Five on Friday: Scientists Solve 50-Year-Old Mystery About Breakbone Fever and Community Health Workers Help Vulnerable Communities
Another very full week here at Migrant Clinicians Network! Here are this week’s five articles on public health topics of interest that we thought you’d enjoy, chosen by MCN staff members.
Promotores de Salud, Al Rescate en Comunidades Vulnerables
Alma, Senior Program Manager of Environmental and Occupational Health, shared the article, “Promotores de Salud, al Rescate en Comunidades Vulnerables,” from La Gente Saludable.
Scientists Solve 50-Year-Old Mystery About Breakbone Fever
Amy, Director of Environmental and Occupational Health, found this NPR article interesting: “Scientists Solve 50-Year-Old Mystery About Breakbone Fever.”
Self-management Support for Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
Candace, Specialist in Clinical Systems and Women’s Health, sent along the upcoming webinar, “Self-Management Support for Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease,” presented on Wednesday, November 15.
Vital Signs: A Health Insurer Looks Upstream with Its Corporate Giving
Claire, Writer and Editor, shared Inside Philanthropy’s article on the Aetna Foundation’s new round of grant awards. The article includes a mention of MCN’s new project, “It Takes a Community: Protecting Farmworker Children from Environmental Contaminants.”
Prison Health Is Public Health, Which Is Why Project ECHO’s Peer Education Project Is So Important.
Jillian, Director of Education and Communication, shared “Prison Health Is Public Health, Which Is Why Project ECHO’s Peer Education Project Is So Important.”
Have a safe and healthy weekend.
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