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[ARCHIVED] Population Health

Poor access to care and the impact on outcomes and government policy

Thomas Bauer - April 17, 2017
A Gordon Baird; in his article entitled “ Poor access to care: rural health deprivation?” states Mortality rates in the United Kingdom “for road traffic accidents, asthma, and cancer are worse in rur...
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at risk populations global health policy Government Policy Local governments Most-at-risk populations Population-Based Methods quality of care rural areas rural health rural healthcare Rural settings
[ARCHIVED] Population Health

Is Video Remote Interpreting a answer increase access for our LEP population ?

Thomas Bauer - Jan. 22, 2016
The number of people in the U.S. who speak a language other than English at home has nearly tripled over the past 30 years. Approximately 60.6 million people, or nearly one-in-five people in the U.S....
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Global population health LEP Most-at-risk populations Video remote interpretation
[ARCHIVED] Population Health

A neighborhood approach to Population Health

Thomas Bauer - Aug. 7, 2015
In a recent American Academy of Family Physicians Article (8/4) describes a neighborhood approach to population health. What is your reaction? What neighborhood approaches have you tried? Res...
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Global population health Most-at-risk populations
[ARCHIVED] Quality & Safety

Residency Outpatient Handovers

William Martinez - July 1, 2014
It is that time of year. In many places across the US, new interns will start tomorrow. In primary care specialties, many of these interns will inherit a panel of patients from a graduating resident ...
Keywords:
evidence medical education Most-at-risk populations quality of care Research Safety transitions in care
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Listen while you work... Podcast: Reaching Transgender and MSM Populations through Social Media

Daniel C - Nov. 1, 2012
This podcast, featuring Nada Chaiyajit--a well-known transgender activist from Chiang-Mai, Thailand--explores how the TLBz Sexperts program is using the internet to reach most-at-risk populations, inc...
Keywords:
Community engagement Developing targeted interventions Media Most-at-risk populations social media Thailand transgender
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Gathering the data and political will for difficult strategic planning decisions

Daniel C - Sept. 11, 2012
=============== The following question arises in this case study on Rwanda’s strategic planning [ http://bit.ly/QhutTI ]: “What is the right balance in reaching underserved populations while ma...
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Developing targeted interventions mixed epidemics Most-at-risk populations Rwanda
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Case Study: Mobile Clinics in India Take to the Road

Daniel C - Dec. 16, 2011
Case Study: Mobile Clinics in India Take to the Road C Daniel
Keywords:
HIV India mobile testing Most-at-risk populations
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Breaking New Ground in Vietnam - Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series

Daniel C - Dec. 16, 2011
Breaking New Ground in Vietnam - Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series C Daniel
Keywords:
gender gender-based violence Most-at-risk populations STI Vietnam
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Different Needs But Equal Rights: Giving Voice to Transgender Communities through ASPIDH in El Salvador - Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series

Daniel C - Dec. 16, 2011
Different Needs But Equal Rights: Giving Voice to Transgender Communities through ASPIDH in El Salvador - Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series C Daniel
Keywords:
El Salvador health and human rights Most-at-risk populations transgender
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

"Follow the Voice of Life": HIV Prevention and Empowerment of MSM in Orenburg, Russia

Daniel C - Nov. 18, 2011
"Follow the Voice of Life": HIV Prevention and Empowerment of MSM in Orenburg, Russia C Daniel
Keywords:
men who have sex with men Most-at-risk populations Russia
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Case Study: Nigeria's Mixed Epidemic: Balancing Prevention Priorities Between Populations

Daniel C - Sept. 27, 2011
Case Study: Nigeria's Mixed Epidemic: Balancing Prevention Priorities Between Populations C Daniel
Keywords:
mixed epidemics Most-at-risk populations Nigeria
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: STIGMA Foundation, Indonesia

Daniel C - Sept. 15, 2011
Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: STIGMA Foundation, Indonesia C Daniel
Keywords:
gender Indonesia Most-at-risk populations
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: Outreach to Most-at-Risk Populations Through SIDC in Lebanon

Daniel C - Sept. 15, 2011
Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: Outreach to Most-at-Risk Populations Through SIDC in Lebanon C Daniel
Keywords:
gender Lebanon Most-at-risk populations
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: PRASIT: Using Strategic Behavioral Communication to Change Gender Norms in Cambodia

Daniel C - Sept. 15, 2011
Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: PRASIT: Using Strategic Behavioral Communication to Change Gender Norms in Cambodia C Daniel
Keywords:
Cambodia gender Most-at-risk populations
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: SANGRAM's Collectives

Daniel C - Sept. 15, 2011
Gender Strategies in Concentrated Epidemics Case Study Series: SANGRAM's Collectives C Daniel
Keywords:
commercial sex workers gender India Most-at-risk populations
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

HIV Testing & Counseling for MSM in Thailand

John Nicholson - March 14, 2011
HIV Testing & Counseling for MSM in Thailand Nicholson John
Keywords:
Addressing structural risk counseling hiv testing Integration and linkages to care men who have sex with men Most-at-risk populations MSM Sexual transmission Thailand