6-0265
GLOBAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH OF LATIN AMERICANS—AT HOME AND ABROAD
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Reviewed By: Society for Medical Anthropology
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Roberta D Baer (University of South Florida)
Chairs:  Roberta D Baer (University of South Florida)
Discussants:  Jennifer S Hirsch (Columbia University)
10:15 AM
Health and Cultural Dynamism At the Texas-Mexico Border: Early Effects of Globalization
Ann V Millard (TX A&M Univ. Sch. Rural Public Health-McAllen) and Margaret A Graham (University of Texas-Pan American)
10:30 AM
Addressing Socio-Political Impediments to Health Care Access for Diverse Latin American Immigrants
Deborah Oates Erwin (Roswell Park Cancer Institute) and Lina Jandorf (Mount Sinai School of Medicine)
10:45 AM
Genes, Class and Culture In Primary Care: Clinical Profiling of Latin American and African American Patients
Linda M Hunt (Michigan State University) and Meta J Kreiner (Michigan State University)
11:00 AM
Health of Mexican Migrants In Central Florida: Global Forces, Transnational Connections, Ties to Home Communities
James Arango (University of South Florida) and Heide Castaneda (University of South Florida)
11:30 AM
Receiving or Sending a Global Epidemic: Mexican Conceptions of H1N1 Influenza
Susan C Weller (University of Texas Medical Branch), Roberta D Baer (University of South Florida), Javier E Garcia De Alba Garcia (Social, Epidemiological and Health Services Research Unit of IMSS, Guadalajara,) and Ana Salcedo Rocha (Social, Epidemiological and Health Services Research Unit of IMSS, Guadalajara)
11:45 AM
Discussant
Jennifer S Hirsch (Columbia University)