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CeliaNeavel, MD, FSAHM, FAAFP 6m
And congratulations for being chosen in Power Issue for all your work in changing "the way Texans think about their physical & mental well-being."
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How Housing Matters 39m
Living in substandard housing takes a toll on residents’ physical health & mental health. Despite data collection on many home hazards, we still don’t have a clear picture of how many people live in unhealthy housing.
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Greg Franklin 5h
There is the added issue of Beyond Blue. Chair is ex Labor PM, . If something, like policies that addressed , were introduced, then there would be a significant drop in the number of people needing orgs like BB. Can't go and upset a former Labor PM now can he.
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kramiah 1h
emphasizes support to who serve the vulnerable. Addressing is important for overall health. In 2016, served communities where 10.1mill people have limited access to healthy food, 25.3mill people live below FPL, 350,000 are homeless.
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Health in Myanmar 1h
Twelve tips. Only eight of them made it into the wheel. Why were the others excluded? And these are only personal health measures. For each one there could be a recommendation for and and . has got to do better than this.
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Dr. Coco Auerswald 7h
So excited to meet and speak to him about his work shining light on the role of as a critical and ignored cause of Thank you, (soon to be Dr.) Paul! And props to your mentor
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Pauline Miles 4h
Dead right dreadful treatment. I have often thought drugs used as treatment for relieving rather than attending yo causal factors in my mind are human rights abuses.
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FrameWorks Institute Dec 7
Do you talk in the UK? Help people understand that it's about more than "lifestyle" choices like diet and exercise. It's about housing, education, transportation, and other . New research shows how to get this message across:
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America's Essential Hospitals 1h
. at this morning: Accountable Health Communities model will help test approaches to addressing social determinants of health - includes & .
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HINHealthCoach 1h
of Health: Adapt Screening for Different Populations: Podcast 3:17
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Pauline Miles 4h
Just read this. Especially relevant was the last paragraphs. Yes let’s look at areas that have implications for not only mental health but health in general. let’s look at and research other than the medical models.
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Tai Huynh 1h
Tackling seems like pretty good ROI to me.
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Vanessa Ling Yu Dec 9
Replying to @ns_ahmed
Yah.. I know. But as a thought-experiment / trying to understand why / naively hoping something good? 😏 The stories I know of users for whom it’s made life better may speak more to/ better addressed by approaches.. which aren’t as sexy
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CHCS 19h
Indiana is seeking to improve access to health and social services for all Hoosiers through its innovative new Office of Healthy Opportunities.
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Pauline Miles 14h
Why are we not looking at the ? You can’t fix social issue by throwing money st they have far to much funding that will never reach the issues that need funding. Money going into a big blak hole 🕳
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Brian Rahmer Dec 5
Replying to @brianrahmer
“By & large, community benefit strategies still largely fail to address such social determinants of health. This is true even though up to 90 percent of all health outcomes have to do with factors other than the presence or quality of clinical care.”
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Global Health Observ Dec 10
Mapping the Gaps between Expert and Public Understandings of Health in the United Kingdom
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FrameWorks Institute Dec 6
is working to help the UK public "think differently about health." We're grateful for the opportunity to support this important work--and we're excited to share what we've found so far:
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InquisitHealth Dec 9
Social determinants of health can account for up to 40% of individual health outcomes, particularly among low-income populations. This brief shares key considerations for organizations seeking to use data to improve patient care via
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TAVHealth Dec 6
Unstable housing is a that will cost over $100 Billion in avoidable healthcare costs, according to a new study by . Health plans, providers, and community orgs can work together to end these health crises today!
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