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Healthier Middlesex 2h
Wow! this is inspiring... Milwaukee County Declares Racism a Public Health Crisis. Will More Cities Follow Suit?
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Center for a Diverse Healthcare Workforce May 15
Last week, we met with our academic unit partners to share best practice around with a focus on transforming . The future looks so bright!
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Global Health Corps 34m
“The health consequences [of low birth weight]—from stunting to developmental delays and heart disease—can be lifelong and multigenerational, perpetuating the cycle of poverty.”
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Maria Hernandez, PhD 27m
Is your hospital user friendly for non-English speakers? Patient navigation support needs to be part of your playbook. Lets explore this and more June 18
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Philip M. Alberti 1h
The Other Reasons Kids Aren't Getting Vaccinations: Poverty And Health Care Access
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Salud America! May 14
A1: Place matters. Healthy kids emerge from places with equitable opportunities─affordable housing, good schools, parks, safe streets, healthy food & services. More:
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Alexandria Jones 17h
When I present about I try to frame the conversation around opportunities. Determinants of health are not in themselves good or bad they are just the presence or lack thereof of certain opportunities that influence
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Lena Soo Hee Wood 2h
We did it!! ⁦⁩ who become members or renew will be able to direct funds directly to support midwives of color.
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UVM Larner Med 1m
Congrats to past lecturer on her well-deserved award!
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Dr. Aletha Maybank May 16
“Black women are not being heard”, Proud to watch and support , AMA President Elect, and give testimony on racism’s impact on social conditions and maternal health around the time of pregnancy. Beyond aweso…
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Dawn Hunter 2h
Across the US, people continue to struggle with access to care even when insured. The top reason is usually cost. In County, nearly 15% of residents did not access care in the previous year due to cost.
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Philip M. Alberti 2h
"We don’t want to limit access to medical care,...for underserved populations, But,...to bring...U.S. health back in line with other rich countries, we need more than medicine...[to] address the social...determinants of health."
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Maria Hernandez, PhD May 20
What's your hospital's playbook? Join me in a brief webinar June 18 to discuss new tools: a dashboard of over practices to address health disparities
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National Conf. on Health Disparities 51m
This time next month we will be in Oakland for the 12th National Conference on Health Disparities! Have you registered and booked your hotel yet?
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FHSP 4h
More than 1 in 5 people aged 35-44 in Pinellas County could not see a doctor in the past year due to the cost.
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OurStoryStudio 10h
Speaking of how did we get here... A good read on systemic illness and how we are failing - and finding our way.
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Delaware Thrives 5h
The kind of environment you live in can affect the way your child develops. Want to know your zip code health? Find out here.
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Kevin Curwick, MS May 16
Another exciting step towards empowering clinicians to meaningfully improve population health by addressing social determinants.
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People's Center 2h
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NHDPH 6h
The 2019 NH Disability & Public Health Infographic shares data about differences in many indicators of for adults with . Discover strategies to improve in NH from
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Blavatnik Family Women's Health Research Institute 4h
Interested in a deeper analysis of structural racism? Consider attending the Undoing Racism Workshop by at June 13-14. Tickets found here:
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