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All for All 20 Jul 18
Great presentation on our Bhutanese community and interventions to address social determinants of health by Dr. Thuy Bui and Ashok Gurung at the conference.
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Nikki Blake 20 Jul 18
Great audience interaction during the inaugural AHN Immigrant Health Conference. Suicide rates in the Bhutanese community have gone down with the development of community focused mind and body programs
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Aurora Ortiz 20 Jul 18
The mental health of immigrants is affected by many different factors before and after we migrate. Factors such as social exclusion and family loss/separation have lifelong impacts.
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Aurora Ortiz 20 Jul 18
[True] access to care for immigrants families goes beyond knowing where doctors are.
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All for All 20 Jul 18
Loved this opening point by Dr. Yinka Aganga-Williams of AJAPO: “Each of us who provide the health of the people, provide the wealth of a nation.” 🙌🏾🌍👩🏽‍⚕️
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KateHancock 20 Jul 18
Grateful to be part of who is taking on and assuming responsibility to take care for all and every one of our communities in Pgh. Thank you for holding this conference and continuing the conversation.
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Jesse Goldstein, MD 21 Jul 18
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All for All 20 Jul 18
Great to hear from so many All for All Steering Committee members at today’s conference: Dr. Bui, Dr. Hacker of the , and Kheir Mugwaneza who is a longtime champion of immigrant inclusion and organized today’s convening — the 1st of its kind.
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Dr. Farah N. Mawani 19 Jul 18
Very excited to be en route to Pittsburgh to be the keynote speaker for ’s (and Pittsburgh’s) first Immigrant Health Conference! Thank you for inviting me. I look forward to meeting and working with you.
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Kate Yun, MD MHS *Ask me about AGP Fellowship* 20 Jul 18
To address for immigrant communities, invest in community capacity building. In awe of the multi-faceted services offered by my friend Ashok Gurung & peers at the Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh.
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Kate Yun, MD MHS *Ask me about AGP Fellowship* 20 Jul 18
Doula and community health worker models are key as health systems engage meaningfully with in Pennsylvania. Food for thought from and colleagues.
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Kheir Mugwaneza 20 Jul 18
presenting on the impact of on accessing and navigating health care Conference
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Kannu Sahni 21 Jul 18
Amazing conference on for vulnerable populations. Incredibly informative and inspiring presentions, setting conceptual and practical frameworks for culturally informed collaborative approaches to impact barriers to positive health outcomes.
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Dr. Farah N. Mawani 20 Jul 18
Replying to @drkateyun @WHO
Great to hear talk about the particular relevance of the CSDH Social Determinants of Health framework for the US - e.g. the inclusion of access to health care as a social determinant.
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Kheir Mugwaneza 20 Jul 18
Conference on the way at Allegheny General Hospital. Dr Yinka Williams, Barb Murock, starting us off with the importance of learning more on , background of in Pittsburgh
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Kheir Mugwaneza Jul 18
Another great learning experience at the 2nd Annual Immigrant Health Conference on health yesterday . We were honored to welcome as the keynote speaker. Thanks , , and many more!
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Kate Yun, MD MHS *Ask me about AGP Fellowship* 20 Jul 18
Honored to be in Pittsburgh for the conference. They're doing inspiring work in the health systems and community. Thank you for the invite !
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Kheir Mugwaneza 19 Jul 18
Looking forward to the Conference tomorrow, excited to meet our keynote speakers and and many other community partners participating Allegheny General Hospital
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Dr. Farah N. Mawani 20 Jul 18
Replying to @drkateyun
’s approaches are so aligned with mine - a strengths-based persoective of social determinants is critical: “Immigrant communities...are active agents in seeking to overcome structural and social disadvantage.”
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