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Substance Use and Migrant Labor, Part One

The number of substances reported by 127 farm workers in a study conducted in three southern states (Inscription in Drug Use among Farm Workers) ranged from one (17 persons) to ten/more (6 persons)...Learn More.
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Substance Use and Migrant Labor, Part Two

Solid data is rare on migrant substance use. For several decades, the existent studies that had been published only discussed alcohol use [1,2]. Over the past decade, studies published on substances other than alcohol provide data on drug use in relation to other issues, such as HIV risk... Learn More.
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December 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

Includes: 1. Substance Use and Migrant Labor: Part Two 2. Effects of hepatitis C virus co-infection on survival in veterans with HIV treated with Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy. 3. Integrating Hepatitis, STD, and HIV Services into a Drug Rehabilitation Program. 4. The impact of barriers to Hepatitis C virus treatment in recovering heroin users maintained on methadone.

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August 2005 HepTalk Listserv Archive

We began in July with information about substance abuse among migrant workers. The current edition is Harm Reduction Strategies for HCV Substance Abusers. Potential substance abuse treatment sites and resources for migrants will follow in September.

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July 2005 HepTalk Listserv Archive

July has information about substance abuse among migrant workers. Followed by "Harm Reduction" Strategies for HCV substance abusers in August,and Potential substance abuse treatment sites and resources for migrants in September.
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October 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

In this edition, we offer resources and information about water and sanitation issues. Fecal-to-oral transmission, via contaminated water, food, or other objects, is the principal means of spreading HAV, the virus that causes Hepatitis A.

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Bright Futures

The mission of Bright Futures is to promote and improve the health, education, and well-being of infants, children, adolescents, families, and communities.

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HRCH Pamphlet

You and your baby pregnancy pamplet.

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November 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

"Substance Use and Migrant Labor, Part One" The number of substances reported “ever used” by 127 farm workers in a study conducted in three southern states (Inscription in Drug Use among Farm Workers) ranged from one (17 persons) to ten/more (6 persons)

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AOEC Pesticide Training Modules for Training Clinicians

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Una Vida Sana (PDF)

A Spanish educational comic book that promotes safe hygiene. Emphasis on food safety and handwashing. For more information contact the Veronica Corella-Barud (vcorella@utep.edu).

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Alcohol Reduction Strategies

From the New York State Department of Health Risk Assessment and Tailored Harm Reduction Messages
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Integrated, Streamlined Prevention Message for HIV, STDs and Viral Hepatitis

From the New York State Department of Health Risk Assessment and Tailored Harm Reduction Messages
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Perinatal Care Survey

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HRCH Pregnancy Pamplet- Spanish

Usted y su bebe pregnancy pamphlet.

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September/October 2005 HepTalk Listserv Archive

We are finishing a three part series on substance abuse and Hepatitis B and C.

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February 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

Our focus this month is Hepatitis B.

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June 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

Our focus this month is treatment for Hepatitis B and C.

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March 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

“Viral Hepatitis in Minority America” 2. “The Perils of Needles on the Body” 3. A listing for updated hepatitis materials from the Immunization Action Coalition 4. A listing from the IAC for new Vaccination Information Statements 5. Announcements of relevant conferences

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May 2005 Heptalk Listserv Archive

May is Hepatitis Awareness Month. In light of this, we're posting a special edition for the month of May. The Migrant Clinicians Network is happy to release the position paper "Hepatitis Screening, Immunization and Testing for Mobile Populations and Immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean." This paper clarifies standard hepatitis recommendations for these populations.

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