Dr. Clarke | H1N1 Rap (Stop The H1N1)

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H1N1 Rap (Stop The H1N1)

by Dr. Clarke

H1N1 (Swine Flu) prevention is cool! Health education and entertainment meet in a powerful and effective way.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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1. H1N1 Rap (Stop The H1N1)
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H1N1 Rap is an entertaining, exciting, and highly educational song that makes prevention of the H1N1 (Swine Flu) cool! It was written, composed, produced, and performed by John D. Clarke, MD, FAAFP in true Hip Hop form and incorporates actual medical recommendations on prevention of the H1N1 (Swine Flu).

Dr. Clarke is a board certified family physician practicing in New York City. He received his B. A. in Sociology and Music from Columbia University and his Medical Degree from The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. He completed his residency training at St. Vincents Catholic Medical Centers in New York, where he served as Chief Resident. He also pursued training in multimedia design at New York University.

Dr. Clarke has been writing rap songs since the age of 8, and began composing and producing rap tracks in 1992. Since 1997 he has combined a desire to effectively reach young people with medical information and his talent as a hip-hop song writer and producer to create a new music genre called "Health-Hop®".

Dr. Clarke has written, produced, and performed multiple Health-Hop® songs and spoken word CDs promoting prevention on topics including asthma, sickle cell, diabetes, & allergies. In addition, he produced the album “Health Hop Music” for teens and young adults, addressing at–risk behavior and prevention of HIV/AIDS, smoking, drug & alcohol use, violence, pregnancy, depression & suicide, and eating disorders. He produced the children’s album, “Children’s Health Songs” promoting healthy eating, exercise, dental hygiene, manners and more.

Dr. Clarke has researched the effectiveness of using songs for teaching and has given dozens of lectures and Grand Rounds presentations across the nation and internationally. He has also given special presentations and keynote lectures for organizations including the American Academy of Family Physicians, The National Medical Association, The National Association of School Nurses, The Ontario College of Family Physicians, The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, The Barbados HIV/AIDS Commission, Optimist Club International, and The Student National Medical Association.

Dr. Clarke has appeared in several magazines including XXL, Ebony, and Canadian Living Magazine as well as medical publications including Family Practice News. He has also appeared on BET News and local TV news and radio programs around the country. In 2001 he received the Unsung Heroes Award: For Outstanding Community Service from WB 11 New York (TV WPIX) and New York Newsday. In 1999 Dr. Clarke was a winner in the Hip-Hop category of the John Lennon Song Writing Contest with his song "Sex & Drugs" as well as in the Children's Category with his song "Dr. Dooitt".



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