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FPH Apr 11
The health community is coming together to ask the House of Lords to protect the public’s health as we leave the by voting for the amendment at Report Stage of the 🚨Show your support by RT-ing 🚨
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☣️Michael Bazaco☣️ Apr 17
I’m giving a lecture on Measles in my course on emerging infectious diseases this week. Let that sink in. EMERGING infectious diseases. This infuriates me. 😡
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Claire Bodkin Apr 14
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Kimberly Rodgers, MA Apr 19
The other issue is that all of this work is an entirely human endeavor. We need a lot more man power - have to think about how we can recruit the next generation of people committed to a career in preparedness.
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Jon Hutson 1h
CDC alert warns: Do not eat ANY type of Romaine lettuce
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HealthyCities Norway Apr 17
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Tim Lahey Apr 16
A+ for the student who sent me this. He gets it.
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Samantha Quaye Apr 18
They take infection prevention seriously at St James 30secs wait for a lift is 30secs for a reminder to staff, patients and the public alike Good 👐 stops germs spreading
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Norte Apr 18
Communities where people of all ages can safely walk/bike to places they need to go are healthy communities. Honored to receive a Hometown Health Hero Award from the Michigan Deoartment of Health and Human Services.
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CWRU Public Health Apr 19
Bart Rog is presenting on community health assessments and . Next up, Maryann Salib will present on an analysis of a CenteringParenting program at
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Christine Clarke 🌎 Apr 19
Replying to @CCplusfour
But the likelihood that environmentalists can fight again & win does not mean deserve an unwarranted attack on & our air! We fought repeal! We submitted public comments! We testified at public hearings!
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Sarah Oerther Apr 12
Teaching a clinical rotation. Students are conducting windshield surveys on the . The city of St Louis, Missouri, is one of the most segregated cities in the US. This street in particular has been known as the "dividing line". Racism still exists.
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Kistein Monkhouse, MPA Apr 15
Former 11:00pm-7:00am night shift , turned | graduate. Now, actively raising the voices of those affected by inefficiencies
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Pub Health Assoc Aus Apr 18
Effective drug policy means controlled availability. Harm minimisation through measures such as legalisation, medically supervised injecting centres and pill testing is the way to go.
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Emily Tweed Apr 15
Call for abstracts open - Lancet Public Health Science 2018, Belfast Nov 23. Showcasing the creativity & diversity of research in UK & Ireland. Broad range of discipines/methods welcome. Please RT!
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Plum Remson Apr 19
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☣️Michael Bazaco☣️ Apr 13
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Pub Health Assoc Aus Apr 12
Are you a star in the areas of food and nutrition? Abstracts have just opened for our conference in Brisbane in November!
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Jose M Martin-Moreno Apr 19
I am ready for the 2018 Meeting of the Editorial Committee of of in New York. Looking forward to the interaction with Jonathan Fielding, Ross Brownson, Larry Green, Allison Aiello, Bradley Herring, Michael Jerrett, Shiriki Kumanyika and Wah Yun Low.
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Paul Belcher Apr 18
UK Health Secretary: We guarantee that EU withdrawal will not weaken protection: 50 Royal Colleges & health organisations: We need a written guarantee in the :
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Beth Linas, PhD Apr 19
This is a great image...where is the original?
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