About the Project
In order to promote international collaboration and bolster research output in Korea, the Korea Foundation sponsored a joint research project between a South Korean University (SKKU) and the University of Utah to explore issues around migrant health.
Each institution supplied research faculty and 1-2 graduate students to work together on a predetermined area of interest. The data collection period in South Korea occurred between June and July 2018.
Kim, M., Gonzalez-Pons, K.M. , Frost, C., Gren, L., & Singh, T.P. Healthcare needs in migrant populations. American Society for Public Administration, Washington, D.C. March 2019. Panel Presentation.
Gonzalez-Pons, K.M. Conducting Global Health Research: Piloting a Health Assessment in South Korea. Presented at the Consortium for Research on Contemporary China/Asia (CROCCA). Salt Lake City, Utah. November 2018.
I was selected for the Graduate Fellowship in International Immigration and Policy Research with the Public Health and Assessing Healthcare needs in Immigrant Populations team. My South Korean counterpart and I disseminated quantitative surveys to assess migrant health from a holistic perspective.
Gonzalez-Pons, K.M. Conducting Global Health Research: Piloting a Health Assessment in South Korea. Presented to PhD students in the University of Utah’s Public Health Seminar class. Salt Lake City, Utah. September 2018.