From June 19th -21st, 2017, SEAHEC hosted students from the University of Arizona's Focusing Research on the Border Area (FRONTERA) internship program. A collaboration among the University of Arizona, SEAHEC and local partners, the internship program helps students prepare for medical school and gain hands-on research experience through providing service to local communities.
Given the proliferation of mass shootings and terrorist bombings, it is no wonder that untimely death may be on our minds. These heartbreaking and infuriating tragedies can trigger fear about going to public gatherings. Yet, the truth is that you are more likely to die at the hands of your intimate partner.
In April, health care providers from Cochise, Santa Cruz and Pima Counties met at Mariposa Community Health Center (MCHC) for a two day training to become clinical preceptors - community-based health care providers who provide guidance and mentor-ship for students completing required clinical rotations.