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myHeart_KE the A team.(part 2)

Well here is the second part of my amazing group.

Name Dorothy Oungu
Institution of study Kenyatta University

Course (Bsc) Public Health

I’m glad being part of the project myHeart_Ke for some period because I am able to understand the risk factors of cardiovascular diseases and how to overcome such defects for example doing enough exercise and abstaining from too much sugar and cholesterol, Visiting schools and sharing knowledge about cardiovascular with students and pupils become my greater achievement.

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​myHeart_KE the A team.

I was so blessed to walk and work with a group of amazing people who were professionals in various fields representing different careers and personalities. They really brought the fun into the projects and made working much easier. 608 more words

SUPERMODELS

Population Health and the End of Life

“Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.”

Red Foxx

 

In population health we talk a lot about improving the health of those with chronic diseases, preventing other diseases and keeping the healthy people healthy, but what should population health’s role be at the end of life? 758 more words

​myHeart_KE KISUMU COUNTY TOUR-LIONS HIGH SCHOOL part III[GENDER BASED VIOLENCE]


GENDER BASED VIOLENCE FORMED A PART OF OUR presentations on almost all the schools and institutions we visited.we talked about this topic to because it also formed one of the major problems in this region besides the cardiovascular health. 292 more words

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More Than Just a Pastime: How Video Games Change Your Brain

Editor’s Note: This summer we have two communications interns working with us to write stories about research at the hospital and their experiences being part of the hospital community. 706 more words

Research

Embrace the Quadruple Aim, improve the work lives of your providers and staff

As the Chief Medical Officer of Privia, a 1600-provider medical group, I’m always striving to combat burnout by staying abreast of the tools, knowledge, and resources physicians need to help improve efficiency, deliver feedback and reduce administrative burdens. 378 more words

Patient Care