A key component in successful public health advancement involves understanding the value and process of advocating for important health topics.
Last month on September 8th, hundreds of people lined up outside the Xfinity Center at the University of Maryland College Park campus.
IQ Solutions celebrates National Information and Referral Day annually to recognize the work of our information specialists who provide resources daily (sometimes 24/7!) to those who are eager to improve the quality of their lives. Below are the experiences of three of our information specialists, Courtney Carlson, Michelle Correll, and Lisa Pizzo.
IQ Solutions to Sponsor the University of Maryland School of Public Health Mid-Maryland Mission of Mercy & Health Equity Festival
IQ Solutions is pleased to sponsor this year’s University of Maryland School of Public Health Mid-Maryland Mission of Mercy and Health Equity Festival. The 3-day event will take place September 8–10, 2017, at the Xfinity Center on the University of Maryland’s campus in College Park.
IQ Solutions is Atlanta Bound for the National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media
IQ Solutions is a proud sponsor of the 11th Annual National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media (NCHCMM). We are committed to the exchange of best practices, and we look forward each year to hearing about successful approaches to improving the health and lives of people around the globe.
This year, we have the distinct honor of presenting four abstracts that reflect some of our work with our clients. If you’re headed to Atlanta, we invite you to stop by our booth (#111), as well as join us at the presentations highlighted below.
What kinds of support services do minority women living with heart disease want, or say they need? How best can organizations like IQ Solutions and WomenHeart serve these women as they seek to survive and thrive despite their diagnoses?
The annual Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit is always a veritable list of heavy hitters and A-listers in the field of opioid use disorder. This year’s summit in Atlanta, Georgia, did not disappoint.