Our many partners have many projects and initiatives around the state.
The NM Department of Health, Asthma Control Program collaborates with partners around the state with special focus in high burden areas.
A Quality Improvement project June 1, 2017 titled FRONTERAS (Facilitation Rural
Opportunities with New Technologies and Services). HRSA grant #H2ARH30307-01-00, PI
Kirsten Bennett, PhD, RD, 7/2016-8/2020
The goal is to implement best-practice clinical guidelines for direct service Telehealth for
asthma, obesity reduction and prevention, behavioral health, diabetes, and oral health in rural
NM including Lovington, Mesa Vista (Ojo Caliente), Mescalero, and Pojoaque SBHCs. I am the
expert consultant for the asthma piece and will be providing didactic lectures for the medical
providers, direct patient care, and case consultation.
Dr. Monique Vallabhan, DNP, FNP-bc, MSN
Clinician and National Institutes of Health Post-doctorate Research Fellow
The University of New Mexico
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Adolescent Medicine
Research Incubator Building, Suite 170
2703 Frontier Avenue, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Asthma management and environmental concerns in northwest New Mexico: The role of a school based health center in promoting well-being.
Pojoaque Valley Public Schools: Working together to reduce asthma triggers
Don't Let Asthma Take Your Breath Away: Working with middle school students to address asthma triggers- A case study from Roswell, New Mexico
Santa Rosa Consolidated School Bus Drivers Don't Sit Idle: A unique partnership to reduce air pollution in New Mexico
New Mexico Alliance for School-Based Health Care