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Submissions from 2014

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Don’t Diss the Reninjaza: A Case for Integrating Traditional Birthing Attendants into the Allopathic System to Improve Prenatal Health in Rural Madagascar, Shenna Bannish, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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How to Plan a Birthday Party: An Allopathy Enthusiast's Guide to Integrating the Values of Traditional Medicine into Childbirth, Emily Baumgaertner, George Washington University

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Comparative Analysis of Family Planning Use and Attitudes in Urban versus Rural Madagascar, Gwendolyn Cummings, University of Oregon

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Individualized Health Care: The Utilization of Individual Design in Traditional Medicine in Madagascar, Simone R. Jacobs, Stanford University

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Narrative Practices in Malagasy Healing, Gabrielle Robbins, Barnard College

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Improving the Childbirth Experience: Complementarity, Communication and Education, Nyasia M. White, Villanova University

Submissions from 2013

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Fanta Fanafody: Malagasy Traditional Medicine in a Globalized World, Mary Buswell, Carleton College

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Factors Influencing Access to Healthcare Services, Melissa Delia, University of Pittsburgh

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Poverty, Wealth, and How Traditional Medicine Would Benefit the United States, Becky Darin Goldberg, Tufts University

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Integrated Health Care Systems: A Holistic Approach to Medicine, Tatiana Kaehler, Whitman College

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Illusion or Ununderstood Reality: Spiritual or Psychic Healing and Protection in Southern Madagascar, Henri Lucien Sandifer, Carleton College

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Approaches to Mental Illness in Madagascar: A Case for Reconciling Reason with Faith, Raisa Tikhtman, Transylvania University

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Preventative Care and Culture, Anna Wagman, Dickinson College

Submissions from 2011

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“Mind the Gap” Addressing the Gap Between Health Care Policy & Health Care Reality in Madagascar & the Way Forward Integrating Traditional Medicine & Ethical Reform Within Health Care, Laura Dillon, University of Vermont

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How Do Religion and Belief Systems Influence Traditional Medicine and Health Care in Madagascar?, Whitney Franklin, University of Texas at Austin

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Western Influence, Latent Racism, and Their Impact on Access to Health Care in Madagascar, Jessica Joy, Muhlenberg College

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The Benefits of Having an Integrated Health Care System in Madagascar, Elizabeth Miller, University of Iowa

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Plants, People, and Partnership in Madagascar: How Pharmaceutical Companies and Bioprospecting Ventures Must and May Positively Benefit the Communities Whose Resources They Use, Rebecca Slotkin, Washington University in St. Louis

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Cultural Conceptions of Health, Caroline Stephens, George Washington University

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Healers and Researchers: Towards a More Balanced Relationship, Gracie Tewkesbury, Duke University