2011 Project Results

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Binational Team Projects

Utilization of health services by Mexican immigrants with breast cancer: Struggles and aspirations (Report) (Policy Brief)
By: Norah Anita Schwartz and Jong-Deuk Baek, San Diego State University
Funding Amount: $42,048

Study of Mental health and substance abuse among migrants in Yucatán, México & Southern California 
By: María Luisa Zuñiga, San Diego State University and Pedro Lewin Fischer, UC San Diego
Funding Amount: $24, 660

Using a Binational Web-based platform to ensure HIV/AIDS Continuity of Care & Health Coordination (Report) (Policy Brief)
By: Rita Melendez, San Francisco State University, Jorge Zepeda, Rafael Armando, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas and Samaniego Garay
Funding Amount: $29,229

Promoting Child Adjustment, Parenting, and Parent Well-Being in Vulnerable Mexican Migrant Families with a Culturally Responsive Evidence-Based Prevention Program 
By Michael Bloomquist, University of Minnesota and Rafael Gutierrez, Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz
Funding Amount: $13,645

The Reproductive Health of Mexican Migrant Women in Ciudad Juarez, Guadalajara, Mexico, and El Paso, Texas 
By: Eva M. Moya, Universidad de Texas em El Paso and Osmar Juan Matsui Santana
Funding Amount: $39,606.73

Family psychological and mental health within the context of illegal migration (Report) (Policy Brief)
By: Ana Lucero-Liu, University of Arizona and Marcela Sotomayor-Peterson, Universidad de Sonora
Funding Amount: $21,450

Salud Laboral de Mexicanos en Estados Unidos. Una mirada a nivel estatal
By: Abel Valenzuela Jr., Paula Leite and Miguel Moctezuma
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Graduate Students

Perceptions Regarding Sexual Health and HIV Risk among Female Farmworkers 
By: Cynthia Albarrán
Institution: UC Los Angeles
Funding Amount: $5,000

The Influence of the Mother-Daughter Relationship on Mexican-Origin Girls’ Sexual Agency
By: Kali Van Campen
Institution: University of Arizona
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Narrative Communication and the Self-Efficacy to Seek Depression Treatment: Assessing the Effects
By: Maria Hernandez
Institution: UC Berkeley
Funding Amount: $4,882

Migrant Farmworkers, ‘Illegality,’ and Health Care Access in New York State
By: James Shuford
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Access to Health among Foreign-born CA Farm Workers: Legal Status, Precarious Employment & Health-Related Quality of Life
By: Emily Sousa
Institution: UC Davis
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