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This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dan Hawkins, Sr. VP for Public Policy and Research at the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), which supports the thousands of community health centers providing care for 27 million underserved Americans. They discuss the care model that embeds behavioral and dental care within primary care, the growing reliance on Nurse Practitioners as front line clinicians, and the training, innovation, and quality care the nation’s health centers provide.
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Tags: CHC Radio, Community Health Centers, Dan Hawkins, NACHC, National Association of Community Health Centers
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Samuel H. Sternberg, assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics at Columbia University and renowned expert on CRISPER-Cas9 gene editing technology. Dr. Sternberg co-authored “A Crack in Creation” with CRISPR co-creator Jennifer Doudna, and talks about the limitless potential of this genetic engineering tool to transform how we treat and prevent disease in the future.
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Tags: CHC Radio, research, technology, Health IT, Global Health, population health, innovation, Biochemistry, Columbia University, CRISPR, CRISPR-Cas9, DNA, gene editing, genetic engineering, Genomics, Jennifer Doudna, Molecular Biophysics, Samuel H. Sternberg
Every mom and every baby is unique. Every mothering experience will be different. But if there is one thing that every new mom can expect, it’s lots of advice. From well-meaning strangers to mommy blogs to grandma, the endless parade of tips and opinions starts at the “we’re trying for a baby” stage and lasts all the way through the “what college to choose” stage. Breastfeeding is no exception. “All the politics around breastfeeding – it’s a politically fraught field,...
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This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Colleen Kraft, President of the American Academy of Pediatrics which has registered opposition to the separation of immigrant families at the border. She talks about the long term impact of toxic stress in childhood, recommended breastfeeding and vaccination protocols, mitigating harm from gun violence and too much screen time for kids.
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Tags: CHC Radio, health policy, Margaret Flinter, Mark Masselli, Primary Care, health reform, population health, gun violence, American Academy of Pediatrics, breastfeeding, child separation, Colleen Kraft, families belong together, ICE, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, pediatrics, screen time, toxic stress, vaccination, vaccines
A note from CEO Mark Masselli on Employee Appreciation at CHC.
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