The National Farm Medicine Center (NFMC), located in Marshfield, Wisconsin, is one of the five UMASH collaborators. We share in the mission to improve the health and well being of the agricultural workforce and their families in the Upper Midwest. NFMC has recently published their Year In Review which highlights the good work being accomplished not only with UMASH but with many other partners, some of which include the National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety, the Migrants Clinician Network, AgrAbility – Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin – School of Medicine and Public Health.
UMASH works closely with the National Farm Medicine Center and their researchers to provide a coordinated approach to reaching the farmer, farm workers and farm families. Reading the Year In Review reinforces the positive work they are accomplishing. We are fortunate to be partners with them in preventing illness and injury in agriculture and are looking forward to more successful years with the National Farm Medicine Center.
Learn more about UMASH projects being led by researchers at the NMFC.