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UMiami Research Aids Understanding Of How Immigration Traumas Make Kids Sick
WLRN: UMiami Research Aids Understanding Of How Immigration Traumas Make Kids Sick
Ashley Marchante-Hoffman, to whom UMIA awarded a 2018 Barrett Prize for her dissertation, is featured. 
Sallie Hughes piece on Mexico
Mexico’s Presidential Election: Why López Obrador Is Ahead and What Happens Next
By UMIA's Sallie Hughes
Miami Herald: Immigration policy is an attack on children’s health
Letter to the editor by UM Miller School of Medicine Dean, Henri Ford
Stories from the City

Invited scholars share their experiences on how Miami shaped their lives

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The Miami DeclarAction:

The realization of better health for all is unimaginable and cannot be achieved without addressing the suffering and pain of ill health.

Su Médico: The Economist evaluó a México en control del cáncer
“Para ser eficaz, la incidencia política debe basarse en evidencias, además de las aspiraciones y la inspiración, y es esa combinación la que ayuda a lograr cambios focalizados en los sistemas de salud”. - Felicia Knaul

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Miami Herald: Climate change puts South Floridians’ health at risk

Researchers at UM are collaboratively working to examine the impacts of climate change and find solutions, whether that involves sea level rise, air quality, advances in sustainability, disease migration, and other public health threats.

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Panel at the Lancet Report Commission

Assessing Palliative Care Worldwide

A symposium is addressing key findings of the groundbreaking Lancet Commission Report on palliative care and proposing solutions to existing problems.

Huffington post: Miami’s Displaced Puerto Ricans Offer A Glimpse At America’s Looming Climate Crisis

Huffington Post: Miami’s Displaced Puerto Ricans Offer A Glimpse At America’s Looming Climate Crisis

Quote from Andrea Ruiz-Sorrentini, a UMIA grant recepient and University of Miami researcher  
 

WLRN: University Of Miami, Human Rights Watch Spotlight Growing Global Concern For Venezuela

Human Rights Watch describes Venezuela's human rights abuses at the University of Miami's Institute for the Advanced Study of the Americas on Thursday.

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