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"During the first few weeks of service at my host site, I embarked on my first project — contacting patients who were due for their routine cancer screenings and vaccinations. I called patients on the phone to tell them that they were due for a mammogram, colonoscopy, dexa scan, or pap smear and asked them if they would like to schedule an appointment to complete the screening. In approaching outreach in this manner, many patients declined — particularly when they were due for a colonoscopy."
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"I have many fond memories from the past year, during which I pursued my Master’s Degree in Scotland. Understandably, I still miss hearing the Scottish brogue, eating haggis, and walking on the slick cobblestone streets of Old Town Edinburgh. But as I have progressed further along into my AmeriCorps service year stateside, I have increasingly grown to miss something from the UK that I never thought I would: its healthcare system."
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Health Educator Lena Law recalls an influential learning experience and how she realized that an effective health education lesson does not look the same for everyone.
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