Posts Tagged ‘Immigration’

Today’s seminar: The Healthiest (and Unhealthiest) Places To Be An Undocumented Immigrant, by State Policy”

Thursday, April 16th, 2015
Today, the Center released a joint report examining national policies  that impact health and ranks states with the most (and fewest) public policies and laws that foster the health and welfare of undocumented immigrants.Steven Wallace 2013

In today’s related seminar, second in the Center’s 2015 Health Policy Seminar Series, co-authors Steven P. Wallace, Michael [ Read full post ]

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CHIS has role in new UC immigration research project

Friday, March 6th, 2015

CHIS_LogoThe California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), which is conducted by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research in collaboration with the California Department of Public Health and the California Department of Health Care Services, will be part of a research collaboration between five UC campuses that will help policymakers, non-governmental organizations and the public … [ Read full post ]

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Today: Central American child migrants, public health

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

Associate Center Director Ninez Ponce will be part of a Dec. 3 panel discussion about undocumented Central American children migrating to the U.S. and  misconceptions surrounding their arrival, such as that they threaten public health.

Other panelists include moderator  Michael A. Rodriguez, director of the UCLA Blum Center on Poverty and Health in Latin … [ Read full post ]

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PBS screenings: Data and Long Beach’s Cambodia Town

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

A new segment in the PBS series “America by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa” titled Pass or Fail in Cambodia Town will be previewed at The California Endowment Center in Los Angeles tonight at 6:30 p.m.

Associate Center Director Ninez Ponce will be part of the panel discussion on how under-represented communities such as Cambodian … [ Read full post ]

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Report: Mexican immigrants in the U.S., A 10-year perspective

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

migrationandhealth_150pxThe more youthful Mexican population in the U.S. — both immigrant and U.S.-born — is offsetting the graying of the country’s workforce, according to a new report, co-authored by the Center’s Steven Wallace. The report finds that while more Mexican immigrants have benefited from recent health reforms such as the Affordable Care Act, … [ Read full post ]

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Health care for the undocumented

Friday, April 18th, 2014

Health care reform is “changing the conversation” about health care for the undocumented, opening up the discussion and prompting legislation, said the Center’s Shana Alex Lavarreda in a Zócalo discussion.

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