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March 10, 2011


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Perry Quaig

Your blogs are just great! Substantive, very informative, and timely. Keep up the great work! Interesting connections here to explore between social interactions, education, and health.

Joy Twesigye

This campaign is wonderful! I especially like using a network of friends to increase healthy activity. Elizabeth Dawes talks about what primary care can do regarding social determinants of health in a way that you might find useful in your work:http://www.hopestreetgroup.org/community/healthcare/blog/2011/03/21/an-expanded-role-for-primary-care-in-prevention

Fisher Qua

Thank you Joy. We'll take a look at the Hope Street Group and agree that primary care is an important part of Investing in Prevention - one of the practical actions that will make us the Healthiest State in the Nation.

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