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On May 6, 2019, NNLM successfully hosted its Spring Wikipedia edit-a-thon. This year’s edit-a-thon occured live during an MLA immersion session titled, “Elevating Health Equity: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. Building on the success of the prior edit-a-thons, this time more than 50 editors, including first-time editors, edited 42 different articles, adding over 6,980 words for 134 total… Read More »
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The following blog post was written by Brenda Lormil, a recent recipient of NNLM NER grant funding. Brenda shares the work she and her team are doing to connect Haitian community members across Massachusetts to primary care and health resources in Haitian Creole. From May to October of 2018, Haitian American Medical Association (HAMA) had… Read More »
UPDATE: We’re happy to announce that travel scholarships are now available for attendees from the New England region traveling more than 50 miles. For more information or to apply, contact Sarah Levin-Lederer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Martha Meacham (email@example.com). Are you interested in using Graphic Medicine as a health outreach tool, but don’t know where to… Read More »
The news comes and goes quickly. Health news is no different and it’s important to develop strategies and resources to learn more beyond the headlines. Continue to learn about some of 2018’s big health stories that will continue to impact 2019 with these resources. Natural Disasters and Emergencies-The Camp Fire in Northern California was the… Read More »
Public Health is a broad set of actions that promote wellness, but a lot of people don’t understand what public health does for us. Can graphic medicine (comics and graphic novels with health, wellness and disease themes) help us better understand public health? Spoiler Alert: the answer is yes! Here are a few examples… Read More »