The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and Women’s Link Worldwide proudly announce the official launch of their joint publication Conscientious Objection and Abortion: A Global Perspective on the Colombian Experience. The publication is available in both English and Spanish. In 2009, the Colombian Constitutional Court issued a landmark Decision T-388/09 that sets […]
Posted in Global Health, Healthcare, Human Rights ; Tagged: abortion, access to health care, conscientious objection, health care provider, health care services, reproductive health, Reproductive Rights.
After not being able to get his son to the doctor for a strep throat test, Rick Krieger established the first retail clinic at a local grocery chain in 2000. The idea was to address issues of access to health care and allow patients to obtain care and treatment for minor conditions “in a quick, […]
Posted in Healthcare ; Tagged: access to health care, Affordable Care Act, Cancer, cardiovascular diseases, chronic disease, chronic disease management, chronic respiratory diseases, Diabetes, health care provider, health care services, heart disease, medical home, NCDs, obesity, patient, preventative care, primary care, retail clinics, Rick Krieger, Target, Walmart.
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