MCN is an organization of passionate, talented, committed people who coordinate to serve the clinicians throughout the US who provide safety net care. They identify and tackle problems and get results. The TBNet program that functions across the globe and achieves medication completion rates equal to those in the US; Hombres Unidos engages men to help end domestic violence; and a rich series of programs aims to reduce pesticide exposure and prevent injuries among low-wage, high risk working populations, among other programs.
I volunteer with Migrant Clinicians Network, and I have been very impressed with the idealism and dedication of all staff members.
Migrant Clinicians Network goes over and beyond the call of duty to bring quality healthcare to a population that often has nobody else to look out for them. We have collaborated on a project that could not have happened without MCNI's gracious, barely compensated, participation.
Their work is great, providing information and resources for health professionals treating an underserved population. The newsletter is also great, as it covers various topics in healthcare relevant to migrant workers, and profiles people in the health field.
MCN has been an inspiration to replenish my energy & spirits in what can be very trying/exhausting work. They have improved & updated programs that help our clients receive better healthcare; which can be difficult for such a mobile population as the one that I work with. I have had reports of great successes in continuity of care with our vulnerable population, and they have always been very responsive when I had questions needing answers. I enjoy their assistance as well as their resources & trainings.
MCN is an amazing organization and a critical resource for all those fighting to preserve and improve health care and health justice for the mobile poor.
hope still on time to do this review.
I learn and and like their articules and their classes where a get mi credits for my certification as a promotora ....thanks to the staff for sharing your knowledge and time with us
Course was good , learned a lot but I have not received my CE /participant certificate for .
5-31-17 - from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
SESION ECHO Hipertensión e Implementación de Programas de Diabetes Basados en la Evidencia.
emailed Beatrice Smith who responded that Teresa Lyons would assist with the CE certificate matter
We're sorry for the inconvenience, please contact us at 512-579-4532 and we will be happy to help you resolve that.
Migrant Clinicians Network is a terrific organization dedicated to improving the health care that migrant workers receive. I am especially impressed with the efforts MCN has made to ensure continuity of care among migrant workers. This is very important work, and Migrant Clinicians Network does it well.
MCN has worked behind the scenes for many years, educating providers and others who serve farmworkers. Their quarterly publication Streamline is outstanding. The multiple resources MCN offers online combine latest research and ease of use (in Spanish of course) to equip those who serve the needs of this diverse population. MCN is an invaluable public health partner.
Migrant Clinician's Network is an incredible agency that has provided invaluable resources and support to our organization over the years. They have true expertise in the area of migrant health and are always a first stop for us when we are looking to make improvements to our programming.
When we went to one of their trainings online it was so informational and I could then share info during Migrant Pac Meetings and parents enjoyed.
As a family physician caring for farmworkers in North Carolina, I have valued the clinical resources available for free on MCN's website. These resources include the case management service for farmworkers who are migrating with chronic medical issues. At my first East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, I met MCN's Amy Liebman, who generously mentored me in my role as a faculty member training medical students and residents in farmworker health when this was a new topic to me. I then became a board member and have benefitted from the resources represented by the entire staff. I frequently find relevant and interesting material in the weekly blog.
Amazing and timely work in Puerto Rico with the Zika virus outbreak, they have a remarkable Project ECHO underway to address this work.
MCN has a strong leadership team, careful financial oversight, a great reputation in the area of health, migration and justice, and a skilled and dedicated staff. Programatic highlights include the Health Networks Program, trainings of clinicians and health workers, and an occupational health program that includes education and advocacy.
El trabajo realizado por esta organización ha ayudado y sigue ayudando a tantas personas necesitadas. Una y otra vez la dedicación mostrada por el personal no falta en sorprenderme.
I have been touched and inspired over the years by MCN. Working across borders, cultures and governments, they support efforts to bring healthcare to some of our most vulnerable populations. The challenges that they face are formidable. They never give up.
The work that is being done by Migrant Clinicians Network Inc. to combat poverty and improve the health of migrants is truly remarkable. Their staff is so dedicated to improving the lives of others. Thank you for all that you do.
I am an intern at MCN and am constantly amazed by the work they do. They passionately advocate for Migrant Workers who are often neglected in the scope of workers rights advocacy. They work tirelessly to come up with new and innovative ways to reach this population and make significant changes. I am so impressed by all of the different angles they take to approach this issues from worker training to webinars to clinic partnerships and providing onsite training for clinicians. Keep it up MCN :)