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February 22, 2009


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Thanks for the resource. We need lots more "PR" to get attention on the social determinants of health. There are a few (too few?) leaders who are vocal on this right now. The question remains: Is anyone listening? And if not, why?

Meanwhile, on a grass-roots level, multi-stakeholders are coming together in a growing number of communities to explore and take action on the social determinants of health in the places people live and work. We welcome participation by all: www.communitiesofhealth.org.

I am having some difficulty finding out how to register for these online modules. Could you provide me the contact to get connected. Thanks!

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