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Rogelio Zapata Garibay

Rogelio Zapata Garibay
United States - Mexico Border Health Commission · Healthy Border 2020

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In 2020, Mexico reported the lowest tuberculosis (TB) incidence on record, and it is unclear to what extent COVID-19 has impacted TB surveillance, diagnosis, and treatment. It is important to understand COVID-19's impact in Baja California (BC), which has the highest TB burden in Mexico. With the increasing number of migrants and asylum seekers arr...
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Introduction: In 2019, 9,828 new cases of HIV and 5,825 of AIDS were detected in Mexico, the migrant population is considered highly vulnerable, which is presumed to be due to unfavorable conditions in their transit through the country, an important variable in the context of sexual health is the perception that they may have about being or not at...
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The COVID 19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the physical and emotional health of the population. In the case of specific populations, such as students and instructors, the change in the teaching-learning model has required both groups to adapt to online learning platforms and modify all academic activities in the context of implementing t...
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Transition from face-to-face to remote courses in Mexico represented a challenge for teachers, students, and parents from all education levels. The Mexican federal government declared phase two of the plan to reduce COVID-19 spread on March 24, 2020. In some states, mobility restriction measures started by March 17 included the education system. On...
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Higher education teaching practices experience in Mexico changed from face-to-face teaching to the emergency remote teaching derived from the health contingency by COVID-19. The change from face-to-face to an online modality in the Mexican education system represented a great challenge for teachers of all educational levels. In Mexico, the federal...
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HIV transmissions continue to increase. Migrant populations crossing the border into the United States are considered at risk. Sexual health awareness is an important variable for preventing STIs / HIV / AIDS; however, there is currently no instrument in Spanish to measure it. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the psychometric characteri...
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The California–Baja California border region is one of the most frequently traversed areas in the world with a shared population, environment, and health concerns. The Border Health Consortium of the Californias (the “Consortium”) was formed in 2013 to bring together leadership working in the areas of public health, health care, academia, governmen...
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Leadership measurement, feedback, and development have grown in importance for the field of management. The Mexico–US Border defined as the area of land within 100 km (62.5 miles) north and south of the international boundary, shares common challenges, and requires the development of multicultural change agents who conduct binational actions toward...
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While individuals of Mexican origin are the largest immigrant group living in the U.S., this population is also the highest uninsured. Health disparities related to access to health care, among other social determinants, continue to be a challenge for this population. The government of Mexico, in an effort to address these disparities and improv...
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Introduction Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is one of the most prevalent infectious diseases in the border region of Mexico due to the flow of migrants under desperate conditions, encouraging casual and unprotected sex. Since this has become a binational public health problem, it is important to understa...
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En México, el VIH/SIDA se ha posicionado como una de las principales causas de muerte en ciertos grupos poblacionales y regiones del país, en particular la frontera norte. El objetivo de este artículo es revisar de manera general los niveles y tendencias recientes de la mortalidad por VIH/SIDA en los estados fronterizos del norte mexicano. Para med...
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In Mexico, HIV/AIDS has become one of the leading causes of death in certain population groups and regions of the country, particularly the northern border. The aim of this paper is to review levels and trends of HIV/AIDS mortality at border states of northern Mexico. To measure mortality were used death records from Mexico in 2000-2010, when north...

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Measure individual, team and organizational culture´s effectiveness in a systemic way, optimizing interactions between the parts of the system and not just optimize the parts (resources).