The Canopy app is an enormous asset to facilitate research and clinical work overseas. Two notable partners: the Global Health Center at the Institute for Public Health at Washington University in St. Louis in addition to Harvard’s Global Health Delivery Project Online have both made the Canopy app available to their communities.
This new overview video walks you through how to most effectively use your app with our new design; more intuitive, faster, cleaner, clearer!
The New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) released a report on Tuesday, June 16th, documenting the "major gaps in access to translation and interpretation services" for the parents of children in New York City schools.
On Friday April 17th, the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine announced its new partnership with Canopy Apps. AAUCM is a national organization of thousands of urgent care physicians.
How do you say "I am your doctor" in Cantonese or Bengali? Not sure? Well now you can do it with Canopy. We just released Cantonese and Bengali for download in Canopy Medical Translator.
If you have Cantonese or Bengali speaking patients, open your Canopy app and download these languages today!
Quick! Did you know?: The province of Guangdong in China, where Cantonese is spoken, has been the origin of most Chinese immigrants to the western world. The county of Taishan was home to more than 60% of Chinese immigrants to the US before 1965.