Ietza Bojorquez

Dr Ietza Bojorquez

Professor/Researcher
Institution: El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Current Institution Location: Mexico

Migration Health Research Area/Expertise
I have conducted research on migration and health since 2004. In the past 10 years, as a professor-researcher in El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, I have lead projects on migrant mental health, public policies of migration and health, migrants' access to healthcare, and interventions to address mental health issues among migrants. My research has mainly focused on Mexican migrants deported from the United States, mixed migrant flows in transit through Mexico, and Venezuelans in Colombia, always trying to apply a global perspective to highlight what these cases can tell us about the socially determined aspects of migration and health in general. I have employed quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods, as well as comparative policy analysis. My research perspective stems from social medicine, social epidemiology, and the social determinants of health.

Research Focus/Expertise on Relevant Migrant Categories
International/Cross-Border Migration
Asylum seekers (Adolescents, Adults)
Human trafficking (Adolescents, Adults)
Humanitarian entrants/ Refugee resettlement programs (Adults)
International migrant workers (Adults)
Refugees (Adolescents, Adults)
Seasonal farm workers (Adults)

Relevant Publications

Title Author Year Published Link to Publication
In-Transit Migrants And Asylum Seekers: Inclusion Gaps In Mexico’s COVID-19 Health Policy Response Bojorquez-Chapela, Ietza, Infante, César, Larrea-Schiavon, Silvana, Vieitez-Martinez, Isabel
Health policies for international migrants: a comparison between Mexico and Colombia Bojorquez-Chapela, I., Florez-Garcia, V., Calderón-Villarreal, A., Fernández-Niño, J. A.
International migration and dietary change in Mexican women from a social practice framework Bojorquez, Ietza, Rosales, Cecilia, Angulo, Alexandra, de Zapien, Jill, Denman, Catalina, Madanat, Hala