The first MCN External Advisory Board (EAB) was established with 10 standing members and 10 ad hoc members in June 2015. The EAB is a PEER TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE established to promote cross-disciplinary collaboration and to give expert advice on community-based participatory research and the development and expansion of MCN programs. The distinguished members offer a breadth of professional expertise to advance MCN’s mission. During the first year of service, our EAB members participated in more than 44 ACTIVITIES AMONG 10 MCN STAFF. This totaled more than 246 direct hours of collaboration by providing their expertise and technical assistance in grant and award preparation, scientific consultation, conference planning, and expanding the vision of MCN among their constituencies.
Migrant Clinicians Network promotes medical home transformation designed to include patients who experience barriers to health care due to mobility, poverty, language, and culture.
Health Network assures continuity of care and treatment completion by providing comprehensive case management, medical records transfer and follow up services for mobile patients.
Spanish-language skin cancer outreach materials from the American Academy of Dermatology, which are used during their public skin cancer examinations. Their pilot program providing examinations, targeting Hispanic outdoor workers in California, Arizona, Texas and Florida, was featured in MCN's Streamline, Autumn 2014.
View a brief overview of who MCN is and how we work to create practical solutions at the intersection of poverty, migration, & health.
If you would like to signal that yours is a welcoming business, social setting or place of worship, download one of MCN’s window posters and signal to the migrants in your midst, you are welcome here. Available in English and Spanish.
“Social networking” or “Web 2.0” is the portion of internet activity that includes blogging, as well as the use of the following tools: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, flickr and YouTube. This list is likely to expand, contract or otherwise change based on emerging trends.
Social networking builds and strengthens relationships with health center staff, boards, advocates, patients. Expand our ability to reach, educate and mobilize potential supporters and advocates. It is a significant source in the online environment of information related to health care delivery to medically underserved persons in general and health centers in particular. Expand the reach of our messages via communications channels that more and more individuals, policymakers and the media are using. Boost traffic to your organizations web site.