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Profile in Health/Prevention: Dr. Amelie Ramirez


Amelie Ramirez

UT Health Science Center at San Antonio researcher Dr. Amelie G. Ramirez "has impacted the health and lives of thousands of South Texans" through her 30 years of health education, promotion and research in and with Latino communities, according to a health/prevention profile article in the San Antonio Business Journal. Dr. Ramirez currently targets Latino health issues as director of the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at the Health Science Center. The IHPR is the research team behind national research networks on Latino cancer (Redes En Acción) and Latino child obesity (Salud America!). Dr. Ramirez, in the article, says prevention is the key to improving health: “We’re not just doing research for the purpose of doing research,” says Ramirez. “We are doing ...

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VIDEO: Dr. Ramirez Tackles Latino Cancer Challenges at Symposium


Amelie Ramirez

Watch a podcast featuring Dr. Amelie Ramirez! Ramirez is leader of the Institute for Health Promotion Research at The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, the team behind Salud America!. She discusses the cancer challenges and solutions among Hispanics during the 33rd Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium on Dec. 11, 2010. Dr. Ramirez, who also led a panel at the symposium, also talks about the importance of genetic testing for breast cancer among Latinas, as well as statewide and national communications programs. The podcast was done by the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). To see more podcasts from the symposium, go ...

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La Obesidad Infantil Latino



Nuestro dramático video que utiliza estadísticas impactantes y voces de niños reales para documentar la compleja epidemia de obesidad infantil latina ahora está en español. El video premiado, titulado “¿Sabías Usted?” y desarrollado por Salud América! El programa del Instituto de Investigación sobre Promoción de la Salud del Centro de Ciencias de la Salud de la UT en San Antonio se desarrolló originalmente en inglés. Para solicitar una copia del DVD en inglés o español, envíenos un correo electrónico a saludamerica@uthscsa.edu. Mire el video en español aquí. El video fue financiado por la Fundación Robert Wood Johnson a través de Salud América! La Red de Investigación de RWJF para Prevenir la Obesidad entre Niños ...

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