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Five on Friday | June 17, 2016

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Happy Friday! We’re looking forward to a quiet weekend as we round out another very full week here at Migrant Clinicians Network. Here are some resources and updates that we found useful and insightful -- hope you do, too.

 

In the Field: MCN Links Up Health Centers to Confront Zika Head-on

Zika Outbreak: New Collaboration for Puerto Rican Clinicians

2016 Con­fer­ence for Agri­cul­tural Worker Health

Dog Days of Summer: How Heat Exhaustion Can Quickly Become Deadly

Zika Virus and Migrants: What Do Clinicians Need to Know?

Five on Friday | April 29, 2016

Five on FridayHere are a few articles that caught the interest of MCN’s staff this week. We hope you enjoy them.

1. Candace, Specialist in Clinical Systems & Women’s Health, shared a MedScape article on the new program coming to replace Meaningful Use. 

A clinician’s perspective on Zika, plus: “Zika virus: What do we know about it, and how can it be contained?” in English & Spanish

MCNOn Monday, Zika virus was declared a global emergency by the World Health Organization. The ongoing outbreak, which is expected to spread, reminds us of the importance of a thorough medical history, particularly for our mobile patients.

Five on Friday | September 4, 2015

MCN Five on FridayLabor Day: Double issue!

One of the best ways we can honor our country’s workforce is to stay informed on the many issues that affect their health and safety. This Friday, we commemorate the millions of hardworking migrants in our country with a Labor Day Double Issue of Five on Friday. That’s right -- ten articles, calls to action, research papers, webinar announcements and more, all recommended by MCN staff to help keep you updated in the world of migrant health.

Five on Friday | July 10, 2015

Five on FridayOur work is focused on migrants in the US, but that work necessarily encompasses borders that are thousands of miles away. This week’s Five on Friday takes us around the world and into our own backyard to explore the cultures and policies that shape the day-to-day life of migrants.

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