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February 2011:Red Cross Newsletter, page 7. “ARCBA Annually Supports Bi-National Heath Week”

February 3rd, 2011: Binational Promotores Conference

January 26th, 2011: University of California co-hosts Policy Briefing on the Impact of Health Care Reform on California’s Latino Community

October 13th, 2010: International Collaborative on Immigrant Health to convene in Sacramento

October 13th, 2010: The 2010 Binational Report, Migration and Health: Mexican Immigrant Women in the United States, reveals that the Health of Mexican Immigrant Women in the U.S. is in Jeopardy

October 3rd, 2010:10 años proporcionando información y servicios sobre salud culturalmente competente para la pobleción vulnerable mediante estrategias innovadoras

October 2nd, 2010: Binational Health Week Celebrates 10 Years of Delivering Culturally‐Competent Health Education to Vulnerable Population

October 2nd, 2010: Tenth Binational Health Week Key Messages

October 2nd, 2010: Tenth Annual Binational Health Week

June 14th, 2010: New Research Shines a Light on Occupational Health and Migration

May 18th, 2010: H1N1Campaign Out to Serve the Vulnerable Population

February 17th, 2010:University of California joins the California Department of Public Health in the H1N1 Vaccination Campaign

February 17th, 2010:Sharing Strategies to Provide a Better Way of Life to Underserved Populations

January 13th, 2010: Assemblymember V. Manuel Pérez Hosts Policy Briefing on Public Health Emergency Planning: Integrating the Promotores model

January 13th, 2010: Promotores Briefing- Improving Health Service Delivery During Public Health Emergencies

November 16th, 2009: Moving Forward the Health of Monterey County Through Public Policy

February 5th, 2009: Advancing the Health of Imperial County Through Public Policy

October 7th, 2008: Health of Mexican Immigrants Become Increasingly Vulnerable as Access to Affordable Medical Services Declines

October 6-15th, 2008: Binational Health Week 2008 – Key Messages

October 2nd, 2008: Binational Health Week 2008 – Healthy Communities for All

September 30th, 2008: Binational Health Week 2008 – Governments and binational communities working together

August 7th, 2008: An Evening of Binational Cooperation, Mexico D.F.

August 7th, 2008: An Evening of Binational Cooperation, Media Availability Schedule and Speakers

March 5th, 2008: Sharing wisdom and knowledge across borders

February 27th, 2008: International Collaborative on Behalf of Immigrants’ Health 2008

January 16th, 2008: Binational Promotoras Exchange Program and Training Conference

October 15th, 2007: Inauguration Event in Los Angeles

October 13-21st, 2007: Binational Health Week 2007

October 13th, 2006: Binational Health Week 2006 closing event

October 11th, 2007: Major Report Documents Causes of Decline in Health of Mexican Immigrants: Low pay and dangerous work are the two main contribitors

October 13th, 2006: Study release of Mexican and Central American Immigrants in the United States-Health Care Access to Affordable Medical Services & Urgent Need

October 9th, 2006:Binational Health Week 2006 Preliminary Results

October 13, 2005: Major New Study Tracks Mexican Migrants’ Health Issues and Compares To Longstanding Migrants, U.S. Born Mexican-Americans and U.S. Born Whites

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