The Best WritersThis is not a complete list of acceptable resources, but rather a means to jump start your research.Resources on Countries BBC News. (2018). Country profiles. Retrieved from: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018). Where we work. Retrieved from: Central Intelligence Agency. (2018). The world factbook. Retrieved from: Country Watch. (2018). Retrieved from:  Encyclopedia of the Nations. (2018). Retrieved from:  Global Edge. (2018). Global business knowledge. Michigan State University. Retrievedfrom:  NationMaster. (2018). Compare countries on just about anything! Retrieved from:  Pan American Health Organization. (2018). Retrieved from:  U.S. Department of State. (2018). A-Z list of countries and other area pages. Retrievedfrom:  United Nations. (2018). Millennium development goals and beyond 2015. Retrievedfrom:  World Health Organization. (2018). Countries. Retrieved from:  World Health Organization. (2018). World health report. Retrieved from: American Immigration Council. (2018). Fact sheet: Immigrants in Ohio. Retrieved from: Cap4Kids. (2015). Retrieved from: Centers for Disease Control (2013). Refugee Health Guidelines. Retrieved from: City of Columbus. (2018). New American Initiative. Retrieved from: Community Refugee & Immigration Services (CRIS) (2018). Retrieved from: Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services. (2018). Retrieved from:  Kleinman, A. & Benson, P. (2006). Anthropology in the clinics. The problem of culturalcompetency and how to fix it. PLOS Medicine, 3 (10), 1673-1676  Fazel, M., Reed. R.V, Panter-Brick, C. & Stein, A. (2012). Mental health of displaced andrefugee children resettled in high-income countries: risk and protective factors. The Lancet, 379, 266-282. DOI:10.1016/S0140- 6736(11)60051-2 Migration Policy Institute. (2018). Retrieved from: Padilla, Y.S., & Villablobos, G. (2007). Cultural responses to health among Mexican Americans women and their families. Community Health, Supplement 1, 30(15), S24-S33. Pereira, K.M., Crosnoe, R., Fortuny, K., Pedroza J.M., Ulvestad, K. Weiland, C., Yoshikawa, H., Chaudry, A. (2012, May). Barriers to Immigrants’ Access to Health and Human Services Programs. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Retrieved from: Population Reference bureau. (2013, October). Elderly immigrants in the United States. Today’s Research on Aging, No. 29. Retrieved from: Quesada, J., Hart, L.K. & Bourgois, P. (2011). Structural vulnerability and health: Latino migrant laborers in the United States. Medical Antrhopology, 30 (4), 339-362.doi:10.1080/01459740.2011.576725. United Nations. (2018). Demographic and social statistics: International migration. Retrieved from: Viruell-Fuentes, E. S., Miranda, P.Y., &, S. (2012). More than culture: Structural racism, intersectionality theory, and immigrant health. Social Science & Medicine, 75 (2), 2099-2106.