12th Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health
Los Angeles, California, USA
June 26-28, 2017
The Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health is a unique international event offering researchers, faculty, graduate students, and professionals the opportunity to learn about the most relevant topics of migration and global health.
Through a combination of lectures and workshops, participants will receive the latest information on issues that affect mobile populations around the world while also acquiring research skills. They will have the opportunity to network with world experts on public health, public policy, and social science.
Experts from international organizations, government agencies, and professors from renowned universities in the U.S., Latin America, and Europe will address the following topics: current and historical trends on migration and global health; access to health care; health promotion; refugee health; mental health; research methodologies for migrant and refugee populations; best practices to work with vulnerable and underserved displaced people; and current political issues related to migrants and refugees.
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The 12th Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health is organized by the Health Initiative of the Americas at the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley; the UC-Mexico Initiative, Health Working Group; the Research Program on Migration and Health (PIMSA, a program sponsored by Mexico’s National Council on Science and Technology- CONACYT); and the Migration and Health Research Center.
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