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Today's topic for National Public Health Week is Environmental Health! We caught up with Ryan Emanuel to learn about Environmental Justice! #SpeakForHealth #EnvironmentalJustice #NPHW For more information on environmental health and environmental justice visit: http://www.nphw.org/nphw-2018/environmental-health http://science.sciencemag.org/content/357/6348/260.1 go.ncsu.edu/water nativeenvironment.weebly.com
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Today's Topic for National Public Health Week is Injury and Violence Prevention! We caught up with Dewanna Hamlin a community research associate to learn about injury and violence prevention! #NPHW For more information on Injury and Violence Prevention visit: http://www.nphw.org/nphw-2018/injury-and-violence-prevention http://www.injuryfreenc.ncdhhs.gov/
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Today's topic for National Public Health Week is Communicable Diseases! The Sexual Health Awareness Group (S.H.A.G) here at the Wake Forest School of Medicine partnered with Prevent Ongoing Spread of STIs Everywhere (P.O.S.S.E.) of the Forsyth County Health Department! #NPHW For more information on STIs and other Communicable Diseases contact your local health department or visit the links below: http://www.possehealth.org/ http://www.nphw.org/nphw-2018/communicable-diseases https://www.cdc.gov/std/default.htm
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National Minority Health Month 2018 is here. Join OMH in celebrating the great work of federal and nonfederal partners and how they are partnering for health equity #NMHM18 https://youtu.be/YmmDlfpx6NI – Dr. Matthew Lin

On Monday, April 16th we hosted a Lunch and Learn with Dr. João Luiz Bastos.

Dr. João Luiz Bastos is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health, at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, in Brazil.He completed his PhD in epidemiology at the Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil, in 2010. Dr. Bastos is an expert on the health effects of racial and non-racial discrimination in Brazil.

To view Dr. Bastos presentation “In the eye of the beholder: Refl...ections on two case studies about race and classification in contemporary Brazil” check out the link below:

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