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Binational Assessment of U.S.-Mexico Border Health Research Needs

This is a cross-sectional study of U.S.-Mexico border health research conducted in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region. The assessment uses SurveyMonkey as the data collection method. Both U.S. and Mexician border health researchers are included in the study. There are three follow-ups used to increase the response rate. The study has obtained University of Arizona Human Subject approval. The study subjects include individuals who conducted research in the U.S.-Mexico border health region. The research areas examine in the study includes the health areas addressed in Healthy Border 2010.

Research Areas: 
Start Year: 
2010
End Year: 
2011
Researchers: 
Cecilia Rosales

The University of Arizona