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Governing the Commons: an important idea for communities and the management of the limited resources for health and wellness along with illness. Here are Elinor Ostrom list of rules for successful governance of a common pool resource: 1. Clearly defined boundaries Individuals or households who have rights to withdraw resource units from the CPR must […]

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Upon what can the parts of health care come together into a coherent whole. No metaphor works well if extended very far; certainly not inorganic crystals. But let’s play with this for a moment to get some use from it. There are a lot of parts of health care swirling in the community. How can […]

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This NIH area is specifically interested in the kind of work CJI is created to do. I would suggest that we find a group of students and professors to study together how to approach NIH grants for community learning. There are links to articles and podcasts which are useful. Extramural Scientist Administration Interest Group Community-Based […]

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Understaning a Community’s Opportunity for Healthy Lives

I commit to review all of these articles. In addition to expertise on the diagnosis and treatment of specific diseases, we must understand and act upon the dynamics that cause the diseases. These articles and the broad overview “Hygeia’s Constellation” give insights and impetus to an community based approach to health. Syndemic Prevention Network: Other […]

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