Forming a Binational Entity to Address the Health of a Border Region: A Case Study

We’re proud to announce the publication of, “Forming a Binational Entity to Address the Health of a Border Region: A Case Study” in which several members of the Border Health Consortium of the Californias collaborated in writing. On January 19th, 2018 the article went live on the Frontiers in Public Health website. The case study focuses on the Consortium’s collective impact in the border region. The paper also describes the conception, structure, and organization’s activities of the Border Health Consortium of the Californias.
The following members were the authors of this publication:
  • Justine Kozo, Couny of San Diego, HHSA San Diego Ca, U.S.
  • Dr. Rogelio Zapata-Garibay, US-Mexico Border Health Comission, Tijuana, M.X.
  • Dr.María Gudelia Rangel-Gomez, US-Mexico Border Health Comission, Tijuana, M.X.
  • April Fernandez, Office of Binational Border Health, California Dept. of Public Health, San Diego, U.S.
  • Dr.Ricardo Hirata-Okamoto, Keisen Consultores, Mexico City, M.X.
  • Dr. Willma Wooten, Couny of San Diego, HHSA San Diego Ca, U.S.
  • Dr. Adriana Vargas-Ojeda. Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Tijuana, M.X.
  • Barbara Jimenez , Couny of San Diego, HHSA San Diego Ca, U.S.
  • Dr. Hector Zepeda-Cisneros, Instituto de Salud Publica del Estado de Baja California, Tijuana, M.X.
  • Dr. Charles Edwards Matthews III,  Couny of San Diego, HHSA San Diego Ca, U.S.

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