Overall Awareness

April 14, 2016

save the date for Our Community Our Health #OCOH

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

Thanks for sharing our live stream town hall! https://t.co/fPAM7Ldhg3 @mayoclinic_cenr Join us! https://t.co/ielw62vStQ — UFHealthStreet (@UFHealthStreet) April 14, 2016

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February 18, 2016

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

#Mixed #marriages are changing the way we think about our #race https://t.co/Y0mn16Bilj — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) February 18, 2016

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Tags: asian, hispanic, imigrant, race, Research


December 9, 2015

Mayo Podcast: how to navigate health care

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

Mayo Podcast: How To Navigate Health Care

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August 28, 2015

Mayo’s “renegade” research team

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

  Victor Montori has a very special light fixture in his office. Co-workers say Montori’s Get-the-Party-Started accessory first appeared sometime after Christmas. The Mayo endocrinologist and world-traveling proponent of kinder and more careful medicine had just relocated his team of scientists to a new workspace. The Plummer Building! An open floor plan! White boards for […]

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Tags: KER Unit, minimally disruptive medicine, Montori, shared decision-making


June 12, 2015

NEW to tweet chats?

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

New to tweetchats? Here’s an article with more tips: http://t.co/KMfOQkYb9y #patientchat — Patient Chat (@patientchat) June 12, 2015

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June 2, 2015

Social media not as complicated as it looks.

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

The #SocialMedia Integration Model: not as complicated as it looks. http://t.co/08HiVtaO3B via @israel_garcia pic.twitter.com/u070cotzOi — Social Media Today (@socialmedia2day) June 2, 2015

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Tags: Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, social media, social-networking


May 19, 2015

Dr. Judith Kaur — Teacher, Healer, Role Model

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

Judith Kaur, M.D., says it was her grandmother who first put the thought of becoming a doctor into her head. “My grandmother, Ada, had no formal education, but she was a very wise woman and a very keen observer,” Dr. Kaur, medical director for Native American Programs at the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, says in […]

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April 1, 2015

How long you’ve been in your desk today? go for a walk and listen this great podcast

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

How long you’ve been in your desk today? go for a walk and listen this great podcast http://t.co/8lTnfNzQtQ #collectiveimpact — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) April 1, 2015

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Tags: collective impact, Community Engaged Research, Education


March 12, 2015

My Patient Doesn’t ‘Do’ Vaccines, what would you do?

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

My Patient Doesn’t ‘Do’ Vaccines, what would you do? http://t.co/BjwBAMPSnI via @nytimeswell — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) March 12, 2015

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February 16, 2015

Shouting to be heard, the case for rethinking public engagement

By Miguel Valdez Soto miguel

“@civicviz: @mayoclinic_cenr @_jsarias We also want to help solve this… http://t.co/NqC6WzTdxf” great article! Will post it in our blog — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) February 14, 2015

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Tags: community, Community Base Participatory Research, community building, Community Engagement, Research, voices


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