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Spring 2015

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In this issue

  • An apple a day: Dr. Eva Galvez on working with seasonal agricultural workers in Oregon
  • Delivering new life and hopeful beginnings: A midwife’s role in providing health care for migrant women
  • Migrant health as global health: New textbook highlights work of MCN’s Candace Kugel
  • Walk-In, Same-Day, or Appointment? Maximizing continuity in special populations
  • Chagas disease in the US
  • A policy analysis of Chagas disease in the US
  • From the intern’s desk: A look at Health Network
  • Navigating the telehealth waters: Two approaches to telehealth in primary care
  • Telehealth reimbursements
  • Medical repatriation of migrant farm workers in Ontario: a descriptive analysis
  • Migrant Clinicians Network’s Program for Occupational and Environmental Health
  • New findings show clinicians don’t know what to do in pesticide overexposures
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