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Population Health Frameworks

Each fall,  second year medical and graduate nursing students spend two weeks in community health settings,

  • learning more about the prevalence of specific conditions within a certain population,
  • exploring the inter-professional networks of care surrounding different population groups, and
  • investigating the advocacy resources available at local, regional and national levels.

 We share that information with you below in the form of Population Health Framework documents.  These worksheets are completed by teams every October. If there's something you think would make these info sheets more useful, please send feedback to Heather-Lyn Haley. 

Team Title:

Asthma in Southern Worcester County: Impact and interventions

Awareness of testicular cancer in young men (Carlisle)

Caring for adults with intellectual disabilities

Correctional health

Cost containment: The next frontier in health care reform

Dominican Republic

Elder abuse prevention on Martha's Vineyard

End of life care

Even one is too many: Reducing disparities in infant mortality among Ghanaian women

Fall and injury prevention and recovery amongst the elderly and frail on rural Cape Cod

Geriatrics: Fall prevention for older adults

Health care for the homeless

Hector Reyes House: Serving the needs of Latino men

How do I feed my family tonight? Food, health and access within our community

Incarcerated and urban working poor

Injury prevention: Programs to prevent injury from trauma in all age groups

Integrative medicine in cancer care

Latinos living with HIV in Lawrence

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities

Living with disabilities

Medical-legal partnership for refugee health

Parenting & family stability

Patients with HIV/AIDS in Southeastern MA

People with serious mental illness: Recovery-oriented peer supported services

Teen sexual health education

Veterans' health

Worcester Department of Public Health

Worcester Head Start Program

Worcester’s faces and places: Family Health Center Worcester

YWCA Central MA community worker challenges

Carnegie Recipient 2015