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Migrant Farmworkers, Health Disparities & Digital Inclusion for Better Health

Posted by on October 14th, 2021 Posted in: Announcements, Blog, Education and Outreach, NNLM
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East Carolina University Laupus Health Sciences Library presents “Those who feed us” webinar series

Each PHDL Program member has an assigned partner library to support article delivery for materials not in our digital collection.  East Carolina University Laupus Health Sciences Library supports PHDL member, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health.  This upcoming series may be of interest to anyone in the PHDL or in public health at large working in food justice and/or environmental justice as well as health literacy and digital disparities.  Next week will be the first in a set of three events that share findings and outcomes of work that has been supported with funding from the National Library Medicine as well as the NNLM.

The Laupus Health Sciences Library Diversity Committee, NC Farmworker Health Program, ECU College of Health and Human Performance, Student Action with Farmworkers, and the NC State Agromedicine Extension present: “Those who Feed Us: Migrant Farmworkers, Health Disparities, and Digital Inclusion for Better Health”.

Event Details

Please consider attending any or all of the events:

  • Keynote address on October 20.
  • Film screening and discussion on October 27; “Where does our food come from?”  with the Student Action with Farm Workers.
  • Panel discussion final on November 3.

See the flyer below on details about the events and click here to register:

Introducing Those Who Feed Us: a Webinar Series Exploring Migrant Farmworkers, Health Disparities, and Digital Inclusion for Better Health

Resources for researchers and policy makers

In addition for researchers and public health professionals an online bibliography has been created on this topic. Please note that the zipped file is approximately 10 MB.

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This has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012347 with the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

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