Medical Network for Education & Research

  • Medical Network for Education & Resesarch in collaboration with The Business Practitioner conducted a casestudy on the use of social media in the physician office setting. Based on results, a white paper was created and a training video developed.

  • Medical Network for Education and Research with the help of supporters and friends opened The South DeKalb Center for Healthy Living . The nonprofit center is a community based, volunteer driven clinic committed to providing access to free and low-cost quality health care services to low-income, uninsured Georgia residents.

  • Dr. Phillip Hadley, Medical Director of Medical Network for Education and Research, Inc. testified before the FDA on a promising investigational new drug.


  • Poster presentation accepted for 3rd Annual Health Disparities Conference sponsored by Xavier School of Pharmacy in New Orleans April 2008. The impact of Dis-ease and Disease in Black Women poster was authored by Loretta Patrick, R.N., J.D., Executive Director of Medical Network for Education and Research along with Sheronde Glover, M.Ed, and C. Teaselle, Ph.D.
  • This anti-tobacco mobile mural was created by middle school students with help from a local artist. The mural depicts the perils of smoking through the eyes of 7th and 8th graders. The mobile mural has been on display at local health fairs and schools.
  • The “Don’t Let Smoking Tarnish Your Image” curriculum and workbook were created for middle school students. Train the Trainer sessions were conducted with local prevention/intervention counselors and teachers in the DeKalb County School System.
  • March of Dimes educational materials distributed to local Physician Offices.

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