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Migrant and Immigrant Health Conference - a two-day conference for food producers, advocates, educators, and policy makers who work or interact with migrant and immigrant farmworkers - will provide important information on agricultural and community health and safety issues, and effective health and safety programs for migrant and immigrant farmworkers and their families.
This is an excellent opportunity to network and improve your understanding of the issues affecting these vulnerable populations. Make your plans now to attend!
AAPCHO’s OUR STORIES 2012: Empowering Healthy Communities national contest aims to explore the personal stories of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders (AA&NHOPIs) across the country who benefit from and advocate for the care and services provided by their local Community Health Center (CHC). The goal of the Contest is to
Matt Keifer, MD, MPH, the Dean Emanuel Endowed Chair and Senior Research Scientist at the National Farm Medicine Center (NFMC) has been named the Director of NFMC. Dr.
Hombres Unidos: primary prevention with migrant men on PreventConnect.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) is calling for applications for the 2013 APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government. This is the sixth year that APHA is offering this fellowship which has been described as an "amazing" and "phenomenal" experience by previous fellows. Read the lessons learned from past fellows at http://www.apha.org/advocacy/fellowship/
MCN staff members, Jennie McLaurin, MD, MPH, Amy Liebman, MPA, MA, Candace Kugel, CRNP, CNM, Edward Zuroweste, MD will be the featured lectures of the second course in a 3-course series on Migration and Health offered through the UC Davis Extension program.
MCN's Ed Zuroweste will participate in the panel for the Health Outreach Partner's National Peer-to-Peer event.
Breast Cancer Action is currently recruiting for two internship positions for the Spring 2012 semester. Both of the internship positions, the Campaign Intern and the National Breast Cancer Resource Development Intern, provide the opportunity to learn more about the politics of breast cancer and to take part in grassroots women’s health and environmental activism.
Click here for the Campaign Intern job description
In the wake of recent reports showing decreased international funding to combat HIV/ AIDS, Migrant Clinicians Network continues to make strides in connecting patients with HIV/ AIDS to care in the US and throughout the world.
This World AIDS Day, MCN is “Uniting for Action” with the clinicians, service providers, community health workers, researchers, community members and patients who are battling HIV/ AIDS.