Thematic Network in Border Health
We are a multidisciplinary, interagency, and bi-national initiative of individuals and organizations from public, private and social sector of the Mexico-US border, promoted by the Mexico division of the Mexico-US Border Health Commission (know in Spanish as CSFMEU). It has the responsibility to contribute to the most common challenges of Public Health presented on the Mexico- US border.
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To develop scientific knowledge in order to broaden knowledge about health conditions on the Mexico-United States border, so we can generate input in decision making.
The publication of researchers’ scientific work allows members of all sectors to have access to this knowledge.
As a result of the activities developed by the Network, several products have been generated whose diffusion favors the transfer of the knowledge generated in the field of border public health.
It is necessary the participation of diverse institutional agents in order to contribute to the solution of contemporary scientific, technological, and social problems.
The Binational Border Health Thematic Network (BBHTN) invites its members to participate in the program of short stays, in order to contribute the creation, scientific dissemination and knowledge transfer accrued by the BBHTN. The objective of the stay is to develop...read more
Created by: Management of Networks and Scientific Infrastructure Deputy Management of Scientific Development
From September 20 to 22, 2016 the annual meetings of the Ventanillas de Salud and of the Council Adviser will take place in the University of Arizona facilities in Phoenix.
On November 12, 2018, the third meeting of the Northwest node of the Binational Border Health Thematic Network was held in San Diego County, California. This meeting had the objective of allowing members of the node to draft a proposal of activities for the 2019 work...read more
Juan Manuel Cardona, a graduate of the program "Lideres a Través de la Frontera" (Leaders Across and Beyond the Border) and member of the Border Health Research Network, is elected primcipal of the UAdeC Medical School in Piedras Negras, Coahuila.read more