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Aligning for Health Mar 22
Excellent blog post from and on supporting health care and community-based organization partnerships to address
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André Picard Mar 18
Should there be ICD-10 codes for social determinants of health like inadequate housing, lack of adequate food and social isolation? via
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CdnPaediatricSociety Mar 22
When it comes to recognizing as a , it's important to "make room for health care providers to lead on these issues...not just to sit at the table, but to lead" : Dr Ryan Giroux at
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Melanie Rogers, RN, MPH 1h
Replying to @MRogersRN
My patients shouldn't have to teach me about their healthcare needs. That's an unfair burden on them and contributes to and . Hello ! thread
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Brian Rahmer Mar 17
Replying to @amnestyusa
“Human rights are intimately linked with climate change because of its devastating effect on not just the environment but our own wellbeing... our rights to life, health, food, water, housing and livelihoods.”
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Health Leads 2h
Combating loneliness and isolation while investing in youth development--talk about win-win!
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Ailsa HumanRights 14h
Replying to @pryorlisa
Due to a lack of alternatives and the effect of and lack thereof
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Zeev Neuwirth Mar 18
Anne. Good to see you again! Great speakers . Tremendous focus on .
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Saadia Sediq 8h
I use my real name so that people can connect with me if they like (or dislike) my views. I use Twitter to discuss and . Also wish people would avoid pseudonyms = directly proportional to trolling.
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debbie fearon Mar 22
I would add frustration at not being able to change the for patients which can easily lead to victim-blaming.
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Heather Klusaritz Mar 21
Replying to @HKalodimos
I struggle with knowing that true solutions are way upstream of the point of healthcare delivery, that the forces that create inequities are structural in nature, that the policies and institutions that facilitate the unjust distribution of resources are deliberate.
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Alexander Ulintz Mar 20
Report of tool integrated into primary care EMR (incl e-referrals for identified needs): 20% of pts had at least 1 unmet social need, but only 15-20% with needs wanted help. Emphasizes importance of pt-centered comm when addressing social needs
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Upstream Lab Mar 18
The study is developing a screening tool for unmet social needs in primary care settings across Canada . A conducted by staff and volunteers will compile current literature and research on existing tools worldwide
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Steph 6h
blog article on standardizing the screening for Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) is step 1. Step 2: Providers and systems take action to improve each person's . Technology's role = the bridge from step 1 to step 2.
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Jordan Ghawi Mar 22
If you're looking for someone to follow on Twitter that is helping advance the much needed discussion around and social determinants of health (), then I would highly recommend San Antonio's own, .
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James McFetrich Mar 22
Sorry ? Excuse my ignorance
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Andrew Pinto Mar 20
Good article in by on and crisis in our city. Will require significant investments from all levels of government & changing attitudes toward social housing:
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Population Health Mar 20
Everything you wanted to know about the , from data sources to website design, it's all here in this month’s issue. Check it out today!
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Marcus Greatheart MD 7h
Replying to @DrLindaMD @Twitter
Hey ! Looking to connect with other inspiring MDs/providers interested in , social justice and health of marginalized communities. Esp. LGBTQ+, addictions, mental health, Eldercare. Thanks for the boost.
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Russ 7h
Standardizing assessments is important, but acting on results is how we can impact patients and clients.
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