Como en muchos otros estados, no hay duda de que aquí en Massachusetts el uso de opioides ha alcanzado proporciones epidémicas. La evidencia es clara y contundente en términos de las tasas crecientes de sobredosis fatales y no fatales, así como en las tendencias en …Continue Reading Una estrategia integral para combatir el abuso de opioides
According to this week’s flu report, while rates of flu-like illness are decreasing, flu still remains elevated across the state. So remember, even as we transition out of winter and into spring, we can still expect to see flu cases in Massachusetts. If you’re interested in getting vaccinated it’s not too late - …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, March 7, 2014
The Department of Public Health’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program provides compassionate and comprehensive forensic nursing care to survivors of sexual assault across the Commonwealth. Over the past 15 years, these expert clinicians have cared for more than 16,000 survivors of sexual assault. As …Continue Reading DPH Introduces Groundbreaking National Sexual Assault TeleNursing Center
Violence against women is a serious public health issue – and men play an incredibly important role in its prevention. On Thursday, March 6th at the State House, Governor Patrick, along with men from across the state, will gather together for Massachusetts White Ribbon Day …Continue Reading Men Joining Together to Prevent Violence Against Women
National Nutrition Month kicks off on March 1st with the theme, “Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right.” This theme recognizes that there are many influences that play a role in what we eat every day. While social, emotional, and health factors play a part in …Continue Reading Happy National Nutrition Month!
As you can see in this week’s flu report, rates of flu-like illness continue to fluctuate across the state, once again illustrating that flu season is not over yet. That’s why we continue to encourage everyone six months or older in the Commonwealth to get a flu …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, February 28, 2014
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“The world breaks everyone and afterwards, many are strong at the broken places.” ~ Ernest Hemingway How do culture, values, and beliefs influence our responses to mental health and suicidality? How do people heal from traumatic events? How can we promote resiliency among immigrants and …Continue Reading It Takes a Village: Second Conference in Series Builds Support for New Bostonians
As public officials and health care stakeholders across the United States worry about the health care system and its escalating costs, Massachusetts is working to find ways to prevent those costs from occurring in the first place. With the establishment of the Prevention and Wellness …Continue Reading The Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund: Working to Control Health Care Costs in MA
In 2010 the Massachusetts Health Workforce Center, in collaboration with the Primary Care Office, the Division of Health Professions Licensure, and other key stakeholders launched the Health Workforce Data Collection Initiative. The Initiative responds to a growing need for a comprehensive and data-driven picture of …Continue Reading New Insights into the Massachusetts Health Care Workforce