Service-Learning Projects

National Medical Fellowships (NMF) Service-Learning Programs provide special opportunities for students to work hands-on to enhance health care delivery in underrepresented communities. One component of these programs is a research project that NMF scholars present at the end of their program. We invite you to explore sample projects.

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Tackling food insecurities in North Wisconsin by increasing accessibility to fresh produce and nutrition education to patients in an addiction clinic

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Challenges and Barriers to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Initiation within Community Health Centers

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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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Assessing Lynn Community Health Center Employees’ Assessment of the Institutions Anti-Racist Policies, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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Assessment of Telehealth and Telemedicine Services at Women’s Health Center

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Qualitative assessment of barriers and incentives to adoption of telehealth tools in Washington Heights and Harlem

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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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From Listening to Action: Improving Breastfeeding Among Black Identifying Women in Dayton, Ohio

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