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Links: Community Health Workers

    By Molly Miller Reports and Articles Uta Lehmann and David Sanders (2007), “Community health workers: What do we know about them?” – In this report, produced by the World Health Organization, the authors explore the feasibility and effectiveness of community health worker programs on the global level, with a focus on the impacts […]

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Improbable Lessons in Chicago

      By Gary Gunderson While the Pope was doing his best to tend to America’s soul, the leadership of Stakeholder Health was working in Chicago, where the FaithHealth movement was born, reborn and reborn many times, with another FaithHealth infant in the birth canal as I type. And ear for the inconvenient cries […]

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Three Pound Thrill

      By Gary Gunderson You can learn a lot crawling on the floor with a nine-month old about how we humans learn. Charlie (okay, grandson “Charles Isaac Gunderson Wolfe”) approaches everything with hands-on curiosity—full-body tactile learning. He crawls into the toy box, doesn’t just select from it. So he learns fast, laughs a […]

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Improving Engagement in Health Care: Little Rock

By Molly Miller On Tuesday, August 25th, health care providers from Little Rock, Arkansas gathered at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital to learn about innovative ways to improve engagement in health care from Dr. Arvind Singhal. The full-day professional development opportunity brought health care professionals ranging from retired pediatric pulmonologists to program management staff together to […]

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October 12, FaithHealth Learning Forum

    Rooms being held at the Hawthorne Inn until September 10.     Monday, October 12, 2015 Winston-Salem, North Carolina The Learning Forum is an introduction to the FaithHealth movement as it continues to take shape in North Carolina, and specifically through the Division of FaithHealth at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. This day-long […]

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10 Ways Hospitals Can Improve Healthcare Access

  Overcoming the transportation barriers 10 Ways Hospitals Can Improve Healthcare Access By Molly Miller and Tom Peterson It’s been said that when “I” is replaced with “we,” illness becomes wellness. This is certainly true for many low-income and elderly people who need help getting to vital care. “About 3.6 million Americans miss or delay medical […]

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Seminar: Congregational Health Network, Nov. 30 – Dec. 1

The Congregational Health Network: Adaptation Seminar—Immersion and Presentation November 30 – December 1, 2015 Location: Methodist University Hospital, 1265 Union Ave. Memphis The Congregational Health Network is a partnership between Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, congregations and other relevant community entities in the Memphis metropolitan area designed to address health issues by increasing the congregation’s and […]

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