Los Angeles Area AETC
Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
10880 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1800
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7027
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The Los Angeles area local partner site is a collaboration among the following institutions, administered through UCLA:
- University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
- Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
- University of Southern California (USC)
Tom Donohoe, MBA
Director and Principal Investigator
Phone: (310) 794-8276
Fax: (310) 794-6097
Kathleen Jacobson, MD
Phone: (626) 457-4226
Phil Meyer, LCSW
Drew University Lead
Phone: (323) 357-3423
Fax: (323) 563-9333
Jerry D. Gates, PhD
Phone: (626) 457-4231
Training and Technical Assistance for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Clinicians: HIV Champions Pave the Way
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported a record high of nearly 410,000 individuals in 2012; 96% of these removals fell into one of ICE's enforcement priorities of identification and removal of those that have broken criminal laws, recently crossed our border, repeatedly violated...
Coauthor: Tom Donohoe, MBA Director and Principal Investigator, UCLA AETC, Pacific AETC U.S.-Mexico Border Project Coordinator
Case Study: Arizona Pedro is a 28 year old resident of Nogales Arizona who estimates he will make $12,065 or 105%...
AETC members of the Federal Training Center Collaborative (FTCC) Border Project were busy in Washington, DC in July at the International AIDS Conference (IAC). We participated in a pre-conference, invitation-only satellite session on HIV and migration...
Over the past couple months I have completed trainings in both rural and urban areas of the border in California and Arizona. We also had an UMBAST face-to-face meeting on the border near Brownsville, Texas. I’d like to use this posting as a discussion of unmet border needs. I’d like to hear...
If you are reading this entry it is likely that you work on the U.S. border, are interested in HIV along the U.S. border, or are looking for border-related HIV resources. For clarity you should know that ‘the border’ covers U.S. communities 60 miles above Mexico and stretches 2,000 miles long...