How Getting Back to Basics can Better Promote Health
Numerous health issues contributing to the global burden of disease can be prevented through teaching and exercising basic hygiene practices, making education a powerful social determinant of health. Increasing access to health knowledge, especially in communities that lack it, has the potential to improve overall health. To that end, Medline is partnering with nonprofits to bring basic health education to vulnerable communities around the world.
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Francesca Olivier leads Medline’s social responsibility and innovation strategy. She was named a Top 100 Corporate Social Responsibility Influence Leader. She has more than 10 years of experience developing social and environmental programs in the non-profit, government and corporate sectors.View All Stories From This Author
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