Ironically knowledge of the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution - as the net generation's opportunity to collaborate in human sustainability peaked in 1984 - unless you can help us retrieve it now - thans chris macrae wash dc text 240 316 8157 Anyone seriously transparent about affordable global health and sustainability needs to develop segments of health services and then decide whether an integrated service is still to have place boundaries. Understanding blockchain mapping is also absolutely essential:

online library of norman macrae--
infant and maternal health services can be the world's most social and economical- benchmark bangladesh villages
wellbeing and infectious disease prevention markets ought to be worldwide and very affordable the more openly connected worldwide youth can map
markets that involve surgery are always going to be as expesnive as health gets; markets depending on global pharma need a total different coonstitutiuon if they are ever to be economical
markets specialising in elderly depend on how a plavce's communities and family valuing structures are designed

Thursday, May 18, 2017

this is about the best west originated youth professional network model i can find and they are recommending these health webinars next week- times are swiss (central euroepan time)

World Health +SocialGood

World Health Assembly 70, +SocialGood schedule
During this year's World Health Assembly, WHO in collaboration with UN Foundation will produce three Facebook live shows. These shows will feature public health experts who will take questions from the audience on Facebook. The shows will be on broadcast on WHO’s FB channel on the following dates and times.

Show schedule and themes:

  • May 23, Tuesday at 15:30 CET: 10 years of public health progress – how it was done and lessons learned for the future.
  • May 25, Thursday at 16:00 CET: Health as a human right, Women and Children’s health, and vector control strategy
  • May 26, Friday at 16:00 CET: Threats to human health: Conflicts and disease outbreak, changing climate and health, antimicrobial resistance and noncommunicable diseases.


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Going to be at the World Health Assembly? You're invited on May 25th, 2017, to join us for a lively side event themed "The Role of the Next Generation in Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases". We'll explore the role of young people meaningfully participating in global efforts to reduce the impact of NCDs. See you there!

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

When a community's 3 most tristed people are last mile health servants , educators, and bankers (developing) livelihoods - eg by investing in SME microfranchises (replicated across worldwide networks concerened with sustainabiliuty goals out of every global village) then we have the fondations of kensians economic oath - to end pobverty and improve livelihoods of next generation

so its a good thing that world bank is enetering its second 5 yera term led by a wrold call health seravnt jim kim

its good that he ranks the number 1 servant leader in the world the microfranchsie designed and educator sir fazle abed- and its good that jim kim's main economic mentor of jobs for the 4th industrial revolution is jack ma

its good that for quarter of a century paul farmer and jimj kim led harvard youth to practice in the world's most extreme communities in need of heath - in hiati, in russian prisons (where many dissdents were shut away ; in rwanda , and parts of africa in tomne for to be a leading connectior if fighting ebola

its good that the jim kim's most excitiong moment as a healths servant was being discovered by billionnaire georhe soros

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Friday, August 19, 2016

South Central Telehealth Forum 

Special thanks to the Sponsors and Exhibitors who helped to make the South Central Telehealth Forum a success by showcasing the latest telehealth products, services and demos! 
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AT&T is accelerating the delivery of innovative wireless, cloud-based and networking services and applications to help the health care industry improve patient care and reduce costs. AT&T believes the use of mobile technologies and smart networks can help create a healthier world.

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iRis Networks delivers state-of-the-art, fiber transport for voice, data and Internet in and around Tennessee. Operating over 5,000 route-miles of fiber, iRis is uniquely positioned because it provides a gateway of broadband transport to over 250 rural communities in Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama. iRis also provides fully redundant high-capacity transport between the large regional markets of Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis and Atlanta.

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The Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) is a not-for-profit membership association that serves as an advocate for hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations and the patients they serve. The THA also provides education and information for its members and informs the public about hospitals and health care issues at the state and national levels.

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The Center for Distance Health (CDH) at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences facilitates the implementation of education, clinics, research and outreach through interactive video (IAV). Working with organizations throughout Arkansas and across the country, the CDH can provide training and program development support to any institution.

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Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) brings pediatric health care and consultation close to home for families across the state of Arkansas. ACH telehealth programs support a statewide system of care for children needing primary and subspecialty care services, making them better today and healthier tomorrow.

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Serving more than 200,000 people across southern Middle Tennessee, Maury Regional Medical Center, a 255-bed facility, is the largest medical center between Nashville and Huntsville. Maury Regional has been evaluated by outside organizations and compared to some of the most respected medical centers in the country.

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The Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC) offers technical assistance and consultation services, state-specific and topical information, an inventory of telehealth providers, strategic planning support and hosts an annual regional telehealth summit for the purpose of advancing the use of telemedicine. As a regional telehealth resource center, the MATRC service area includes:  Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey (Central & South), North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West VIrginia.

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The University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) Center for Telehealth offers generalized and specialized health care remotely. Using interactive, online video tools, UMMC physicians and care teams can examine, treat and monitor patients and consult with remote providers and caregivers in other locations.

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The Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center (UMTRC) is a consortium of active telehealth organizations that provide educational and outreach presentations as well as technical assistance for the states of Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.

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