Our people here at the border are connected. Our history connects us, our economy connects us, our air, water and environment connect us. Common sense should connect us too.
Dr. Bridget Walsh, Rheumatologist Tucson - Thursday, August 11th, 2016 Health providers met with Rheumatologist Bridget Walsh, DO at El Rio Community Center's El Pueblo Clinic last month to discuss the latest in Lupus diagnosis and treatment. The Tucson event was sponsored by SEAHEC, with support from the National AHEC Organization (NAO) and LEARN MORE
A new program at the University of Arizona has provided SEAHEC another opportunity to help prepare health professions students for real world practice. This summer, SEAHEC hosted 19 students from Border Latino & American Indian Summer Exposure to Research (BLAISER.) The students joined the efforts of our Future Health Leaders and the FRONTERA group that LEARN MORE
Border Wall at Nogales Moving the Dialogue from Border Security to Food and Livelihood Security We believe that including food security and development strategies as part of comprehensive immigration policy will reduce migration to the U.S. more effectively than border security alone does. An investment in sustainable, locally-driven food systems in Mexico and LEARN MORE