ABOUT ME: A community health advocate, social worker, and supporter of public libraries. I hold a joint Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health and have worked in health and aging services in San Diego, California for over twenty years. I oversee the community health initiatives of a large healthcare district in the eastern region of San Diego County, and study part time in a Master of Library and Information Science program. I enjoy the challenge that purposeful work and stimulating academics provide, as well as a good Southern Californian life with my husband Marc, our little terrier Millie, lots of books, the San Diego Padres, and an intractable distance running habit. My brain is blissfully full.
ABOUT THIS BLOG: A repository for all of the spillover. My full-time job is to support the health of my community. My part-time job is to learn about how people use the information available to them. And in between, I’m trying to use the information that’s out there to find better ways of supporting my own health. This blog isn’t monetized, and I’m not an influencer. I read, think, and try to understand, and sometimes just need a place to set stuff down. Opinions expressed here are my own, and do not represent those of my employer.
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