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This is an invited data analysis of food consumption for women and children in two provinces of Zambia.
Beginning with our Arizona Prevention Research Center, we have partnered with communities since 1995 to improve the health and well-being of people living in U.S.-Mexico Border communities through
The core research project focuses on the role of the community health worker, or promotora de salud, in health promotion and the control and prevention of chronic disease.
Dr. Burris "Duke" Duncan has brought together multiple partners to form ARSOBO, a nonprofit that builds low-cost wheelchairs, hearing aids and prosthetics.
One-third of the world’s population is infected with latent TB (LTBI). Along the Mexico-Arizona border, LTBI is diagnosed using the tuberculin skin test (TST).
This study had three specific aims: 1) Compare fireground injury rates by department; 2) Evaluate the relationship between training and following standard operating procedures among injured firefig
The forum aimed to share global, bi-cultural, border region, and indigenous health models in response to non-communicable diseases through health systems strengthening and quality improvement.
Researchers from Conservation & Ecosystem Health Alliance (CEHA) of Kampala, Uganda; Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda; and The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA traveled through t
This was a 1 yr assessment of health care system navigation challenges faced by refugees recently resettled to Tucson, and by primary care providers serving this population.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences Library and Colleges of : Public Health, Nursing, Pharmacy; Pima County Health Department; Pima County Public Libraries; International Rescue Committee of
This study is to elucidate the impact that Schistosomiasis has on mine workers. Schistosomiasis is a known endemic parasitic disease impacting communities in Anhui Province, China.
The global food crisis is having an important impact on food security in Sub-Saharan Africa, especially among those living in areas of marginal agricultural production.
Andrew J. Gall's internship project in which he designed, piloted and evaluated a evaluation system for medical brigades in Guatemala.
I served as internship committee chair.
The Puentes Consortium is intended to provide a distinctive voice for the binational community of scholars who carry out multi-disciplinary research on issues of importance to the relations between