How Your Social Network Can Foster a Culture of Health

July 22, 2014
by Laura Segal
Altarum Health Policy Forum

Writing for TFAH’s Prevention and Public Health Stories in the States, Daniel Zoughbie, MCI’s founder, wrote, “Our model brings together groups of two or more in a ‘microclinic.’ A microclinic is not a building but rather a real-life social group formed by the participant’s family, friends, colleagues, and/or peers. Each group first meets in a central location, where they receive education and engage in collective activities to promote healthy lifestyles. Then they take what they have learned back to their homes, businesses, and social networks.” - See more at:

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