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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Disparities in Migrant Health at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Exploring the Haitian Migrant Crisis and Anti-Black Racism

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Smoke-Free Casino Initiative

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What is the Impact of Implementation of a Sport’s Medicine Program on the Health Care Career Aspirations and Health Literacy of Middle and High School Students

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Creating Partnerships and Sustainability within a Diabetes Care Program in a Free Community Student-Run Clinic Serving Latin American Migrants

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Implementing a Hybrid Model of Health Care at an Urban Student-Run Primary Care Clinic

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Implementing an Evidence-BasedSuicide Prevention Program for High-Risk Adolescent Populations

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Assessment of trauma-informed care and its impact on health outcomes in the Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander population

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Addressing Barriers to African American Access to Healthcare at a Student Led Pro Bono Clinic

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Implementation of a Wound Care Clinic to Serve Individuals Experiencing Homelessness in Fort Smith, AR

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Cultural and Socioeconomic Factors Impacting HPV Vaccination Rates across North Texas

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