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New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Health Network Case Study Highlighting Social Distance

Dr. Ed Zuroweste: What is a climate migrant, and how do we care for them?

Ed Zuroweste treats elderly woman

 

Dr. Laszlo Madaras on Immigration: Care and Respect is Part of the American Character

Part of the american character

 

Seven-Year-Old Migrant Girl’s Death: How to bring basic humanitarian aid to the border

Migrant girl dies at border

 

Clinician Action Today: Why Public Charge Affects Public Health

Changes to public charge

 [photo by Earl Dotter] 

Today is the final day for public comments on the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to public charge. Despite the proposal not yet being into effect, the consequences are already being felt.

Militarization on the Border: Professor Timothy Dunn on the History and Implications for Health

Militarization of Mexican border

 

Declaración: Para garantizar su seguridad y salud, migrantes y refugiados merecen un proceso de solicitud de asilo, no gas lacrimógeno.

migrants stopped at border

 

New Study: Oral Health is One of Mobile Agricultural Workers’ “Greatest Unmet Health Needs”

New study, oral health

By Ileana Maria Ponce-Gonzalez, MD, MPCH, CNC, Executive Director, Community Health Worker Coalition for Migrants and Refugees

In the Spotlight: Alma Colmenero, Health Network Associate

In the spotlight: Alma Colmenero

photo credit: Robert Corona

Giving Tuesday: Four Ways You Can Help Migrants and Refugees with Health Network

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