1. Students International Community Health


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    Dr. Fernando González and Physician Assistant Rachel Snider share an update on the Students International Community Health Site in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, along with their vision for the future of the site.

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    • Sticks In A Bundle Are Unbreakable - Jimmy Dodd


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      At the opening of the 2014 INMED Exploring Medical Missions Conference (EMMC) Jimmy Dodd describes how the entwined root system of Colorado aspen trees and tightly automobile passengers are both powerful metaphors for the strength of cooperation.

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      • Local Gardeners Can Sell Their Surplus at the Nogales Mercado's Consignment Table


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        Local gardeners and farmers can sell their surplus produce at the Nogales Mercado at an 80 percent profit—all without setting up a table. "It is set up so that our farmers and backyard growers can just bring stuff to us at a central location and then we sell on their behalf at the Friday Mercado," said Jamie Sullivan, Food System Coordinator at Mariposa Community Health Center. The Mercado runs from 3 to 6 on Friday afternoons downtown on Morley Avenue. Call 397-9219 for more information.

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        • LATCH-Duke Divison of Community Health


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          Local Access to Coordinated Healthcare (LATCH) is a program of the Division of Community Health, Department of Community and Family Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine. LATCH provides services to uninsured and under-insured Durham County residents. With its community partners, LATCH recognizes health care trends, identifies barriers confronting uninsured patients, and, working as a consortium, addresses and eliminates access barriers.

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          • CHEC – Where do you want to go?


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            This video explains how to use the Community Health Environmental Checklist (CHEC); it's also a call to action for people to help establish the program. Developed by the Research and Training Center on Independent Living.

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            • real conversations: cohealth community mental health Australia


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              cohealth consumers and workers tell their stories, and reach out to those who would like to share the cohealth collaborative journey.

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              • Connecting Mates & Mentors: cohealth Australia


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                Everyone needs a mate. cohealth community mental health's innovative Connecting Mates & Mentors program brings two people with something to gain from each other together to learn, have fun and grow in understanding. One suffers from mental illness. Watch this and see how it works, and what it means to be a very special mate.

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                • cohealth kangaroos


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                  cohealth kangaroos are a gutsy group of footballers with mental health issues, playing their hearts out for fun in Melbourne's western suburbs. They are supported by innovative community health oganisation cohealth, reclink and the mighty Kangas - North Melbourne Football Club.

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                  • PACE - Certified Obstetric First Responder program - English


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                    PACE is a dynamic organization for medical training in Mexico and Latin America. Specializing in emergency obstetrics at all levels of the "chain of survival" - this project allows rural midwives (Traditional Birth Attendants) to receive certified training that allows them to work as a team with hospitals - saving lives and improving health in geographically isolated and politically marginalized areas.

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                    • Community Health in Crisis


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                      Community Health Professionals help Victorians every day. Support the campaign: http://communityhealthincrisis.net.au/

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