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KateDiazVickery
HC for the Homeless PC doc & researcher working to build health equity for people w/ unstable housing, & chronic diseases using
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KateDiazVickery Feb 5
Can’t wait to work with and for to better health for all !
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KateDiazVickery Jan 27
Thanks for the advice. Just ordered my copy!
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KateDiazVickery Jan 26
Yeah !!!
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KateDiazVickery Jan 21
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KateDiazVickery Jan 16
Great work led by colleagues and !
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Nathan D. Shippee Jan 16
Hey, it's out! Reminder calls and missed appointments in a safety net clinic. I contributed on this study with and
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KateDiazVickery Jan 15
I see ! Great work guys!
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KateDiazVickery Jan 12
🙏🏻
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KateDiazVickery Jan 11
Can you post a link to details please?
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Replying to @NatlHCHCouncil
And reminds us all, "Rather than asking what is 'wrong' with someone experiencing homelessness, the better question is 'what happened to you' that caused homelessness?" And that the solution to homelessness is MORE AFFORDABLE HOUSING. Thank you David Peery.
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Replying to @NatlHCHCouncil
Myth No. 3: The chronically homeless are service-resistant and must be compelled to accept shelter. He concludes, "These myths, and the accompanying 'philosophical' opposition to public restrooms, are rooted in a deep-seated societal bigotry against the 'undeserving poor.'"
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Replying to @NatlHCHCouncil
He highlights myths about homelessness that perpetuate unfounded social bigotry against people experiencing homelessness (all FALSE): Myth No. 1: Handouts and food-sharing enable homelessness. Myth No. 2: The homeless are mostly mentally ill or drug addicts.
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Read this amazing perspective from a respected colleague from the :
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Replying to @KellyMDoran
And >211K unsheltered! 💔
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Replying to @shaileyprasad
😂😂
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KateDiazVickery Jan 9
Tonight’s graphing lesson: Using data to illustrate issues you care about. Title (in 7 y/o scrawl): “How many chips were eaten by Dad” (from the family snack bin) 😂
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Tyler Winkelman Jan 9
Momentum is building to allow Medicaid to cover health care services during incarceration: article cites my policy brief with students while I was a fellow. New work on this topic coming soon.
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KateDiazVickery Jan 8
Let’s do this ! We could even tie in preventive health screening!!
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Nathan D. Shippee Jan 8
Yes. Also worth noting our and others' reliance on admin data is ALWAYS limiting. Better standard and unified data streams, better data quality, and PROs (where possible) would really help
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Shreya Kangovi, MD MS Jan 8
Given today’s breaking article, seemed like a good time to break out an old tweetorial on...Regression to the mean! A term that doesn’t get too many chances to be in the spotlight, but is critical for any .
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