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Massachusetts HPC Aug 6
Did you miss out on our event on partnering to address from back in May? No worries! Catch all the great discussions of w/the video here:
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Jeffrey Sánchez May 17
When we came together to talk about healthcare reform, we agreed that community had to be built into everything, and that challenged the standard model.
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Massachusetts HPC Jun 18
If missed our event on partnering to address back on May 17 remember that you can catch it on our channel:
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Massachusetts HPC Jun 5
We had a great event back on May 17 on partnering to address the social determinants of health! If you didn't get to join us in person, make sure you catch the video on our channel
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Massachusetts HPC May 29
We had a great special event a couple of weeks ago - Partnering to Address the Social Determinants of Health: What Works? You can watch the video here:
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Massachusetts HPC May 21
Happy Monday! Did you miss our event on partnering to address last week? No worries! Catch the whole thing on our channel:
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Massachusetts HPC May 18
So grateful to have had so many amazing panelists at yesterday's event on ! A big HPC thank you to , Behavioral Health Network Gardner Public Schools &
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Megan Houston May 17
A great morning event learning about practical and policy approaches towards partnering with others to address social determinants of health
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Jeffrey Sánchez May 17
For to have a relationship with community-based organizations like is real. Because there are a lot of people in public housing around who are isolated, and her team is crucial to keeping them in their homes.
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Jeffrey Sánchez May 17
Honored to join incredible healthcare leaders this morning to discuss social determinants of health. We’ve committed ourselves to meeting the healthcare needs of people where they’re at in their lives.
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caitlin ryan May 17
“People don’t know what they don’t know.” - They need education.
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caitlin ryan May 17
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caitlin ryan May 17
Where you live impacts your health. Racism, especially structural racism impacts your health. These racist policies created in the 30s & 40s were created by PEOPLE, and we are people who can change them. - Dr. Bharel
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Ellen Lawton May 17
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