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users with a sub-specialty of: Health Education
Karla Shetter began work as the Migrant Program Coordinator for Shawnee Health Service on September 2009. The Migrant Health Center is based at Murphysboro Health Center. Ms. Shetter is responsible for the ongoing development and implementation of the farmworker outreach program. She has a Bachelor equivalent degree in Education from the National Major University of San Marcos, Peru, and is proficient in English and Spanish. She is a skilled interpreter and translator.
As the Migrant Outreach Coordinator, Ms. Shetter conducts outreach, health education, and case management services to farmworkers and their families, supervises staff and effectively manages clinic resources, while positively promoting the outreach program through appropriate community outlets. She is also responsible for assessing farmworker needs and evaluating the impact of services.
Medical Family Therapy PhD student at East Carolina University
Highly skilled, board certified educator with experienced in developing educational programs, public health policy and coordinating community outreach campaigns. Committed to improving outcomes in both the Latino and African American population with a special focus on migrant familes.
Marika has a MSc in Transcultural Health and she currently coordinating the Migrant Health Unit within the Primary Health Care in Malta. The main roles of the unit are: health education to migrants, development and delivery of the training programme for interpreters and training for health professionals in cross-cutural issues.
Andrea Ransdell, MS, RD has provided nutrition care for agricultural workers and their families in Yolo County since 1994. She became the Nutrition Supervisor at CommuniCare Health Centers in 2002. She specializes in Prenatal Nutrition, Diabetes Education, and Gestational Diabetes.
I am a graduate student with the University of Texas at El Paso and am searching for opportunities to work with migrant workers especially the women and children. My main concern is with issues of education and adequate healthcare including continuity of care as well as health literacy.