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Five on Friday | April 24, 2015

It’s Friday! Let’s celebrate the weekend with the top five items from MCN staff, on the many happenings in migrant health and beyond.

Ricardo, Health Network Manager, sent us another awesome map find: “Check out the global health trends under ‘Nutrition and Basic Medical Needs’ and ‘Health and Wellness.’”

Building Broader Connections #NPHW

This week is National Public Health Week, in which we celebrate the work we are doing as public health professionals to better the health and well-being of individuals and communities around the country. And today’s theme, Building Broader Connections, reminds us that we can’t do it alone.

MCN Weekly Round-Up | March 6, 2015

Is it Friday, already? Here are some great updates on migrant health and beyond, sent by staff members at MCN. We hope you enjoy them.

Jillian Issue BriefFrom Jillian, Director of Professional Development and Communications: the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership released a new issue brief that explores the benefits of medical-legal partnerships in health centers.

New Study Shows Health Network is Cost Effective

Health Network

We’re thrilled to announce the findings of a recent study on Health Network. Here’s an excerpt from our press release: 

Valentine's Week Round-Up

Happy Friday! Here are some articles, talks, and resources that caught the eye of MCN employees this week. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

Congress Will See Life Through the Eyes of Farmworkers with Seth Holmes' "Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies"

Last week, President Obama and every member of Congress received a copy of Seth Holmes’ Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies.  For nearly two years, physician and anthropologist Seth Holmes lived and worked as a migrant farmworker.

Engaging Migrants in Participatory Research

Woman at clinic

By student from Miami, Rachel Becker

Polls, Immigration Expert Suggests Americans' Support an Option for Immigrants to Stay

People protesting

Two recent polls show Americans’ attitudes toward immigration and illegal immigrants are not as contentious as political rhetoric would suggest.

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