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Benjamin Aceves Ii, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Ctr for Health & Community
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address3333 California Street
San Francisco CA 94118
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    University of ArizonaPhD05/2020Health Behavior Health Promotion
    San Diego State UniversityMPH/MA12/2015Health Promotion / Latin American Studies
    University of California Santa BarbaraBA03/2012Political Science
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    US Fulbright Program2015  - 2016Public Policy Initiative Award

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    1. Non-communicable disease prevention in Mexico: policies, programs and regulations. Health Promot Int. 2020 Apr 01; 35(2):409-421. Aceves B, Ingram M, Nieto C, de Zapien JG, Rosales C. PMID: 31006024.
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    2. The Meta Salud Diabetes Implementation Study: Qualitative Methods to Assess Integration of a Health Promotion Intervention Into Primary Care to Reduce CVD Risk Among an Underserved Population With Diabetes in Sonora, Mexico. Front Public Health. 2019; 7:347. Ingram M, Denman CA, Cornejo-Vucovich E, Castro-Vasquez MDC, Aceves B, Ocejo AG, de Zapien JG, Rosales C. PMID: 31803710.
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    3. A Gender- and Culturally Sensitive Weight Loss Intervention for Hispanic Men: Results From the Animo Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Health Educ Behav. 2019 10; 46(5):763-772. Garcia DO, Valdez LA, Aceves B, Bell ML, Humphrey K, Hingle M, McEwen M, Hooker SP. PMID: 31216875.
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    4. Protocol for LINKS (linking individual needs to community and clinical services): a prospective matched observational study of a community health worker community clinical linkage intervention on the U.S.-Mexico border. BMC Public Health. 2019 Apr 11; 19(1):399. Lohr AM, Ingram M, Carvajal SC, Doubleday K, Aceves B, Espinoza C, Redondo F, Coronado G, David C, Bell ML. PMID: 30975126.
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    5. Feasibility and acceptability of a beverage intervention for Hispanic adults: results from a pilot randomized controlled trial. Public Health Nutr. 2019 03; 22(3):542-552. Garcia DO, Morrill KE, Aceves B, Valdez LA, Rabe BA, Bell ML, Hakim IA, Martinez JA, Thomson CA. PMID: 30451147.
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    6. Feasibility and acceptability of a beverage intervention for Hispanic adults: a protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. Nutr J. 2018 02 09; 17(1):16. Morrill KE, Aceves B, Valdez LA, Thomson CA, Hakim IA, Bell ML, Martinez JA, Garcia DO. PMID: 29426328.
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