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TimestampYour NameIn what state do you live?In what city do you live?If you don't live in the US, in what city & country do you live?AffiliationsInterests & areas of workWould you like to be contacted?Your email addressOther contact info
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6/26/2015 0:37:03Julia RobinsonWashingtonSeattleUniversity of Washington, Health Alliance InternationalPublic sector health systems strengthening, HIV, maternal and child health, research, advocacy, macroeconomic justice, social work, conflict and post-conflict healthYesjuliarob[at]uw.edu
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6/26/2015 10:34:13Leigh HaynesBrussels, Belgiummental health, climate change, trade, criminal justice, race, lgbt health, right to health litigationYesleigh.kamore[at]gmail.com
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7/3/2015 17:01:44Meike SchleiffWest VirginiaRenickUnited StatesFuture Generations Graduate SchoolPublic healthYesmjschleiff[at]gmail.com
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7/3/2015 17:07:00Eileen McGinnNYNew YorkDOHMHwomen, reproductive health, 'mental" health, mass incarcerationYesqedeileen(at)aol.comemail is best
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7/3/2015 18:12:20Linda GreenMarylandMt Rainier Metropolitan Washington Public Health AssociationRetired physician with interests in HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Mass incarceration and background checks, other antiracist issuesYesgreen_lindaathotmail.com
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7/3/2015 18:13:47Nomtkayakdoc{at}aol.com
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7/3/2015 19:57:33Jacob PuliyelIndiaDelhiDelhi IndiaSt Stephens HospitalPediatrics
Childhood vaccines
Childhood diabetes
puliyel[at]gmail.com
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7/3/2015 20:38:42Sarah ShannonCABerkeleyHesperian Health Guideswork on and am interested in: primary health care, role of community health workers, environmental justice, right to safe and healthy work, reproductive health and rights. I have been involved with PHM's global Right to Health campaign, and am currently involved with PHM global group working to challenge extractive industries. Yessarahs [at] hesperian.org
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7/3/2015 21:56:42Ghassan ShahrourNCRaleighUnited StatesSocial determinants of health, Disadvantaged group, Violence and health, Civil society, Professional development. Also Interest in MENA region, Yessyrmia@gmail.com
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7/3/2015 22:09:02Bryan ParrasTXHoustonWww.tejasbarrios.orgYesLucas77@gmail.com
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7/4/2015 3:05:36Matthew AndersonNew YorkNew YorkMontefiore Medical Center, Social Medicine journalSocial Medicine: Teaching / Research / Publishing / Practice
HIV/AIDS
Family Medicine
Yesbronxdoc[at]gmail.comphone: 917 817-1986
fax: 718 412-9466
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7/4/2015 16:12:14alex lugerwashingtonseattledoctors for global health, healthpoint community health centercommunity health, primary care, global economic policies and health impacts.Yesalex.luger[at]gmail.com612-987-0759 is my cell
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7/4/2015 20:41:41David EgilmanMAattleboroUnited Statesghets.orgI run an NGO www.ghets.org thatserves as the development office for The-Networktufh.org.Yesdegilman[at]egilman.com
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7/4/2015 21:45:31Linda SharpCaliforniaLos Angeles Doctors for Global Health, Charles Drew Universitysocial determinants of health, homeless health care, rights of undocumented personsYeslindarella_la@yahoo.com
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7/6/2015 19:04:07Suma SettyNew YorkNew York CityColumbia UniversityCommunity Based Participatory Research, Public Health, Social Justice.Yessumalsetty[at]gmail.com
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7/7/2015 1:27:38Romany RedmanColoradoDenverUniversity of Colorado School of Medicineglobal public health, harm reduction, syringe access for IDUs, infectious disease: HIV/HepC/Tuberculosis, post-Soviet healthcare systems, migrant healthcare, refugee healthcare, sex worker health advocacyYesromany.redman[at]gmail.com
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7/7/2015 16:13:11Alison CaseVASterlingAmerican Medical Student AssociationEducation and Advocacy, particularly access to medicines, access to healthcareYeseaf@amsa.org
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7/16/2015 10:28:34Meredith FortColoradoDenverUniversity of Colorado-Denver among others Primary health care, social determinants of health, indigenous people's healthYesmeredith.fort[at]gmail.com
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7/19/2015 16:32:21Amy HagopianWashingtonSeattleUniversity of WashingtonThe effects of war on health (soldiers, refugees, ordinary citizenry, funding displacement for education and health, corruption, democracy)

The migration of health professionals, especially from poor countries to rich ones

Low-wage health workers, like home care aides

Prisoner health
Yeshagopian[at]uw.edu
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7/20/2015 20:02:40Susan GreenblattNorth CarolinaI am a Spanish-English Translator and Interpreter who has been translating for PHM for years. I have a Master's in Public Health and lived in El Salvador for many years.Yessusanfidel[at]yahoo.com
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7/20/2015 20:02:41Jacob PuliyelDelhiIndiaSt Stephens HospitalPediatrics, vaccines and immunization and vaccine safetyYesPuliyel@gmail.comPhone 91. 9868035091
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7/20/2015 20:11:56Todd JailerCaliforniaBerkeleyHesperianGeneral, with a specific interest in Worker/ workplace health and safetyYestodd[at]hesperian.org
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7/20/2015 20:12:00John SullivanTXGalvestonUTMB, NIEHS P30 Center in Environmental Toxicology / Community Outreach & Engagement CoreEnvironmental Justice
Health Disparities & Cumulative Risk Burdens
Climate Justice
Yesjpatstx@gmail.com
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7/21/2015 0:59:09LLeni Pach MillerNYSyracuseUnited StatesDr.-Peruvian American Medical Society-Doctors for Global HealthLeader: Voluntary Medical mission, Cusco, PeruYesllenipach@hotmail.com
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7/22/2015 18:06:25Ariana Thompson-LastadCaliforniaBerkeleyUC San FranciscoI am a doctoral student doing research on health care interventions to reduce inequality and support the health of marginalized communities, particularly people with chronic health conditions. I'm interested in working on efforts around climate change and health, among other things.Yesariana.jostad-laswell@ucsf.edu
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10/28/2018 22:31:51Robert GravesOhioOberlin
Great Lakes Community Health Solutions
I've volunteered to work with Highlander Research and Education Center in New Market, Tennessee to assist them in developing a health justice training curriculum and a community organizing and health justice movement building strategy for Appalachia.

Highlander was founded in 1932. Highlander's statement of mission:

"Highlander serves as a catalyst for grassroots organizing and movement building in Appalachia and the U.S. South. Through popular education, participatory research, and cultural work, we help to create spaces — at Highlander and in local communities — where people gain knowledge, hope and courage, expanding their ideas of what is possible.

"Highlander is a place where leaders, networks, and movement strands come together to interact, build friendships, craft joint strategy and develop the tools and mechanisms needed to advance a multi-racial, inter-generational movement for social and economic justice in our region. Highlander is also a source of political continuity, across both geography and history, linking current movement efforts to movements across the globe and to the history of movements across multiple generations. Highlander’s work – convening workshops; scouting for emerging leadership and political action; ‘relationship-building’; connecting across difference; documentation; cultural engagement – marks, shapes and forms the trajectory of political action by helping to create a common understanding of the work to be done by supporting and connecting actual and potential doers of that work."
Yes
rggraves49@gmail.com
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