The National Medical Fellowships (NMF) Service-Learning Programs provide special opportunities for students to work hands-on to enhance healthcare delivery in underrepresented communities. One component of these programs is a research project that NMF Scholars present at the end of their program.

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Clinician Decision Support Utility in Combating Obstetric Healthcare Disparities

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Improvement and Retention of Black Men in Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials: Where do we stand?

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Understanding the Needs of NYC Communities with the Most Severe COVID-19 Outcomes

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HIV Self-Screening Tool: Assessing Attitudes and Barriers to Testing

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Development of an Asthma Clinic at an Outpatient Family Medicine Site

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Exploring the Connection Between Gun Violence and Masculinity and Supporting Emergency Health Response Systems That Support Victims – With A Focus on Latinx Health, Prevention Strategies, and Cultural Factors

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Assessing Stigma Among Patients and Staff Towards Those with Substance Use Disorders at Codman Square Health Center

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“Ex-PLISSIT”ly Thorough: Utility of the PLISSIT model in HIV surveillance and its effects on HIV testing in the aging

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