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Scott Carvajal, PhD, MPH

 

The Puentes Consortium

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 Mexico and the U.S. and to the well-being of their inhabitants. Participating universities include Monterrey Tec (ITESM), the University of Monterrey (UDEM) and the University of the Americas in Puebla (UDLAP) in Mexico, and the University of Arizona and Rice University in the United States.

Oyendo Bien

This NIH research is a collaborative effort of the Speech, Hearing and Language Department at the University of Arizona , the Arizona Prevention Research Center and Mariposa Community Health Center. This 5 year research project focuses on the development of an innovative community health worker model for eliminating the health disparities of people with hearing loss in the U.S.-Mexico border region.

Arizona Prevention Research Center -- Models of Care

The Arizona Prevention Research Center, the Rand Institute and Sunset Community Health Center were awarded a grant from the Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI). The research study is being conducted at Sunset Community Health Center in Yuma, Arizona. The research includes the development/documentation and evaluation of three models of care: 1) The current model for providing behavioral health services. 2) A second model of care based on a participatory process of collecting input through patient focus groups and provider interviews.

Arizona Prevention Research Center -- Core Research Project

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. In the last four years, the AzPRC has collaborated with border partners to explore the role of promotores in engaging community members to address policy and environmental change related to the social determinants of health.

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