The Evolving State of Mammography Screening Services by Nathaniel Tran

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The Evolving State of Mammography Screening Services by Nathaniel Tran Aug 26

I am nearing completion of my internship at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for Dana-Farber’s Mammography Van (DFMV). The last time I blogged about my experience, we were planning a visit to bring mobile mammogram screening services to The Sharewood Project in Malden, MA. Due to various circumstances, that event was cancelled, but a new partnership with the Malden YMCA was established to replace the lost services. Staying true to the “ACE Project” this partnership allows Dana-Farber to access patients in a new region of the greater Boston area that was not previously serviced. Most patients in the Malden/Medford/Everett area are currently served by Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) and its affiliates with the nearest community health centers located 40-55 minutes away.

Aug 24

Randomized Controlled Trials in a Developing Country Context by Ananda Paez

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Conducting a Key Informant Interview (KII) on the outskirts of Makeni town, Bombali province, Sierra Leone

Aug 10

Rashmi Aired in Attappady by Nemmani Sreedhar

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It’s been more than a month at Attappady, a remote tribal area in Kerala, a state in South India.

Aug 09

Advice About Interning on Capitol Hill by Thomas Lucic

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I spent the summer interning for U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH). In my last blog post I talked a little bit about the internship itself. This time I thought I might offer some advice about hill internships.

Aug 05

Finding Hope During a Grim Summer: a Nonviolent Solution to Terrorism? by Shawn Patterson

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Every week, the interns at the Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) write a report that summarizes recent world news. Between a new outburst of global terror attacks and the draconian responses of governments, it has been a grim effort.

Aug 03

Health, Education, and Numbers by Emily Ng

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Now in the second half of my internship with the Gates Foundation office in Beijing, I’ve been delving deeper into my work with the UN initiative Every Woman Every Child (EWEC).