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HEAL Initiative 15m
It's not too late to submit your application to work toward with a community of dedicated professionals. Tomorrow is the last day to apply to the HEAL Initiative and join our next class of fellows.
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APM Research Lab Oct 29
Congratulations, Dr. Blackstock! Check out some of her insights about here in our Response Panel:
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Dr. Theresa Tam Oct 30
While has affected every Canadian, the impacts have been harder for some. Learn more in my about how a approach is key to protecting all of us.
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Sirry “is tired” Alang, PhD (she/her) 15h
I was recently asked to use “hard-to-hear” not “hard-to-reach” populations in research b/c we know how to reach people. But we exclude & marginalize by not listening. We can reach. We’ve just decided not to hear. Pass it on.
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Janice Wong 18h
Great discussions on at , and so excited for tomorrow with ! ICYMI her 2018 book is a must-read on gynecology's foundation in the forced reproductive labor of enslaved women and the exploitation of Irish immigrant women.
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Dr. Alia Komsany | د. عليا قمصاني 17m
Register Topic of the panel discussion I will be taking part in: Building Resilient Healthcare Systems in a Changing World Date: 15th November 2020 Time:  5:15pm - 5:45pm
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Rachel Shelton 20h
Thrilled to have Dr. Keith Norris from UCLA join our Implementation Science Seminar Series next week at , sponsored by CTSA & NYSPI, to speak about structural racism in healthcare. Dr. Norris is an expert in & speaker for conference
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Alliance for Healthier Communities Oct 29
Whether in pandemic response or recovery, must be centred in the approach of our leaders at all levels of gov't. 's 2020 report, "From Risk to Resilience: An equity approach to " charts some of the lessons:
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Dr Kate Mulligan Oct 29
. notes in today's briefing that current impacts are inequitable but that long term impacts on mental health & socioeconomic wellbeing will be even more inequitable. Looking forward to further data-informed strategies in Ontario & across Canada.
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dailydose719 Oct 29
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Univ of Washington Pediatric Residency Program Oct 29
Are you a interested in ? Check out our team of residents who launched last year, now an interdisciplinary team of healthcare workers across who are addressing bias, equity, & racism in healthcare.
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Jill Konkin *Social justice* Oct 29
Your postal code has a bearing on your health. "There is a strong relationship between place, space, race and health." I.Waldron
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Ryan Nelson Oct 26
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ACR Radiology 18h
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Utibe R. Essien, MD MPH Oct 27
Proud to share a new paper with my amazing family. While we couldn't meet in person this year, we put our mentorship & training together to discuss what implelentation science means for and . Take a read! Paper:
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Univ of Washington Pediatric Residency Program Oct 26
"I was born & raised in Kohala, Hawai'i. On my dad's side we are indigenous to the islands, Kanaka Maoli, & on my mom's we are Japanese immigrants from Yamaguchi. is a perfect fit for my passions in & indigenous health." - R2 Dr. Kelly Shontell
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Network for Public Health Law 22h
Stating that the public interest in controlling COVID-19 outweighs landlords’ economic interests, a federal judge has ruled against landlord groups who sought to block the CDC’s national eviction moratorium. #
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Malika Fair, MD, MPH, FACEP Oct 28
As a new mother, my heart is breaking. Dr. Wallace, we will honor your memory by continuing to fight for health equity & anti-racism in healthcare
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Alison Buttenheim 23h
This is my must-read today, from the wise and precise . Should be yours, too.
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Tanjala Purnell, PhD MPH Oct 28
When people ask why I dedicated my life to fighting for and , this is a prime example of WHY! This is not about academic exercises or fighting for platforms or ‘power.’ These are lives, families, and entire communities dying.
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