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MCN MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN 2018

Take a look at highlights of MCN's services and programs in action during 2018!

Year in Review 2018

Streamline

Streamline is MCN’s quarterly clinical publication providing information and resources to frontline clinicians working with mobile underserved populations. We have past issues going back to 2001 available for you to download free of charge. If you would like to receive the print version of Streamline, please send your name and mailing address to contedu@migrantclinician.org.

PDF versions, ordered by date.

Streamline is reviewed by MCN's Streamline External Editorial Board. Learn more about the Board and its members here..




Summer 2016

In this issue:

 

In our Summer 2016 issue, we cover integrative medicine with a first-person account from a nutritionist serving the underserved followed by a profile of a physician integrating alternative approaches to his work at an FQHC. Be sure to read the wonderful interview with Carmen Zorrilla, MD, on her work fighting HIV/AIDS and now Zika among pregnant women in Puerto Rico, and the accompanying article on serving migrants who have been exposed to Zika. This issue also features two Oregon-based articles: on Expanding Practice Dental Hygienists in the state, and on one health center's Community Health Worker programs to fight diabetes. Our Environmental and Occupational Health section offers up a short take on the correlation between endometriosis and pesticides, a summary of a study on the effects of nicotine and pesticides on tobacco farm migrant workers, an update on a project in California aiming to get disinfectant out of the classroom, and a run-down of a new resource regarding children injured on the farm. Please enjoy the issue, and don't forget to share your favorite article through social media. 

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Autumn 2015

In this issue:

  • Up to the Challenges: Profile of Sue Hagie, NP
  • Dental Health with John McFarland, DDS
  • Needs Assessments, Step-By-Step
    with Health Outreach Partners
    Needs Assessments, Step-By-Step with Health Outreach Partners
  • Trafficking and Migrant Agricultural Worker Women
  • Taking Care to a Higher Level: Integration of Behavioral Health
  • Affordable Care Act: Assessing Agricultural Worker Access to Health Care
  • MCN Celebrates a Stronger Worker Protection Standard
  • Longitudinal Assessment of Blood Cholinesterase Activities Over Two Consecutive Years Among Latino Nonfarmworkers and Pesticide-Exposed Farmworkers in North Carolina
  • New publication highlights MCN’s Clinical Assessment Tool
  • MCN Receives Susan Harwood Training Grant
  • Children Need Protection, Too: Celebrating National Farm Safety and Health Week

 

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Summer 2015

In this issue:

  • Children in the fields: Profile of Melissa Bailey
  • Mobile Populations Navigating the HIV Treatment Cascade
  • Communication in coordinating health care: A Health Network case study
  • New Haven Farms: Linking health center patients directly to the farm for nutrition education and access to healthy foods
  • Controlling Tuberculosis at the Border: Miguel Escobedo, MD, MPH
  • World Health Organization classifies glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic": Excerpt from “Carcinogenicity of tetrachlorvinphos,parathion, malathion, diazinon, and glyphosate”
  • Tribute to Dr. Joe Fortuna
  • Call for Community Health Center Partners: Migrant Clinicians Network invites health centers to participate in Workers and Health program
  • Workers and Health: Community Health Centers Making a Difference in the Protection of Migrant Workers and their Families
  • Health and safety concerns with immigrant nail salon workers
  • Hesperian Health Guides releases Workers’ Guide to Health and Safety
  • US Worker Fatality Data Project expands understanding of workplace deaths

 

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