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We are so grateful for our amazing partners at Plaquemines Community C.A.R.E. Centers Foundation and Plaquemines Medical Center, who took the CRGC team and our Technical Advisory Committee on a field trip across the parish! The inspiring work these organizations and their Community Health Workers are doing to build overall health care capacity and enhance community resilience is absolutely incredible and making such an impact. Thank you for the warm welcome, Plaquemines Parish (and for the delicious lunch, Black Velvet Oyster Bar & Grill)!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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CRGC students, Alyssa Wood and Keagan Smith, from University of South Alabama showcase their poster presentation at the 2017 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference! ... See MoreSee Less

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Large representation of the CRGC team during today's session on the Human Dimensions and Activity of Oil Spill Response, Restoration, and Future Preparedness: Interdisciplinary Communications and Community Resilience from a Social Ecological and Systems Approach at the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference! CRGC director, Melissa Finucane of the RAND Gulf States Policy Institute, and George Hobor, a CRGC co-PI from LPHI, were amongst session organizers. In addition to Dr. Finucane, additional CRGCers, who presented on the consortium's recent findings, included: Rajeev Ramchand (RAND), Andrew Parker (RAND), Venessa Parks (LSU), Jacqueline Fiore (Tulane), Leah Drakeford (LSU), Elizabeth Petrun Sayers (RAND), and Brandi Gilliam (University of South Alabama). #GulfConference2017 ... See MoreSee Less

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Student Spotlight: Jessica Liddell is a doctoral student in the City, Culture and Community PhD program at Tulane University. Jessica completed her Masters in Public Health, with a focus on program design and implementation, and a Masters in Social Work, with a focus on disaster mental health, also at Tulane University. Jessica has experience working with vulnerable populations, both domestically and internationally, and in conducting needs assessments and community-based research. Her research interests include making health services more responsive to community needs and input, disaster resilience, sexual and reproductive health, and harm reduction service models. ... See MoreSee Less

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