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At the Forum, the Learning & Development Focus Group members who completed their term (2012-2014) were recognized for their outstanding efforts and contribution to the National Graduate community.
One focus group member stated, "The risks in our environment have a lot of different categories besides dealing with the pollution in the air, in the soil, in the water.
As one focus group member stated when asked about non-emergency medical transportation for mental health services:
A few dominant focus group members can skew the session
A theme emerged among focus group members to emphasize the importance of early detection and encourage women to take the time to take care for their health, Wallentine told The Nation's Health.
The Village Focus Group member added: "I was born in Moltke Street and lived there all my life and raised two children there, so yes it's a little history being made.
RFC chief executive Rod Street, a man blessed with a commendably deep well of enthusiasm, will hopefully strike gold somewhere along the line, but it will not be via the team championship, regardless of how many times focus group members have apparently said "Er, yeah, sounds quite good".
Access to evidence-based information--particularly about TB, khat chewing, vitamin D deficiency, physical fitness, sufficiency of breastfeeding, childhood immunisations, sexual health and women's health--was stressed by focus group members, community workers and healthcare professionals to dispel myths: