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Migrant Clinicians Network’s Bridge Case Management Proven Cost Effective in Treating Tuberculosis

FEBRUARY 25, 2015 – Austin, TX – New research released today indicates that Health Network, the bridge case management program provided by Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN), is highly cost effective when assisting in the treatment and cure of latent tuberculosis (TB) infection in the US migrant population.

Desigualdades en la Atención de Salud

For the second installment in our Spanish-language, 10-part webinar series for community health and outreach workers, we will dive into inequalities in health care with Del Garcia, MA, MCN's Director of International Projects, Reseacrh, and Development. Please note the entire series is conducted in Spanish only. 

Structuring HIV Care for Mobile HIV Patients

MCN upcoming webinar presented by: Deliana Garcia, MA Director, International Research and Development at MCN on February 11, 2015 10am PT; 12pm CT; 1pm ET.This free webinar is accredited for 1 hour of continuing nursing education or 1 hour of medical education.

Migrant Clinicians Network Announces New Project with Washington Department of Health

FERNDALE, WA -- Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) is launching a new collaboration with the Washington Department of Health through a $50,000 grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The grant’s aim is to improve diabetes care in underserved and immigrant communities. As part of the grant, MCN will host a conference focused on access to diabetes care for Washington state community health workers and the health providers with whom they work. The inaugural conference will be held in June, and will become an annual event.

MCN Applauds Immigration Accountability Executive Actions; Calls for Expansion of ACA to Cover Immigrants Affected

Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) applauds President Obama’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions, which address several key weaknesses in our US immigration policy. His executive action allows an estimated 5 million people -- unauthorized immigrants with US citizen or permanent resident children, as well as some unauthorized immigrants brought to the US as children -- to apply for temporary visas in order to remain in the US without threat of removal. We support this effort as a meaningful change that will provide humanitarian relief for many immigrant families.

Migrant Clinicians Network Announces New Partnerships to Advance Dental Health in Washington

FERNDALE, WA -- Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) announced today a new partnership with the Washington Dental Services Foundation, to increase opportunities for underserved families in Washington state to learn about dental health needs and available treatments.

Migrant Clinicians Network announces renewal of grant to support Bridge Case Management services for mobile patients with HIV

AUSTIN, TX -- Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) today announced that it will receive a one-year, $50,000 grant renewal from the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) to help mobile patients with HIV connect to, and stay in, health care and HIV treatment.

MCN’s Bridge to Care project, which the grant will fund, is an HIV-specific subsection of MCN’s innovative bridge case management program, Health Network (HN).

Research Program on Migration Health

PIMSA (Programa de Investigación en Migración y Salud) is now accepting Letters of Intent (LOIs) for Research Awards and Dissertation grants related to migration and health topics. Please view the 

Migrant Clinicians Network Honored as 2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit; GreatNonprofits.org Award is based on Positive Online Reviews

TopRatedNonprofitAUSTIN, TEXAS, November 7, 2014 – Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) announced today that it has been honored with a prestigious 2014 Top-Rated Award by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations.

MCN Announces New Project with NIOSH

Migrant Clinicians Network Announces New Project to Support Primary Care Response to Work-Related Health Injuries

SALISBURY, MD -- Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN) is pleased to initiate a one-year project supported by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to improve primary care responses to work-related injuries.