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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Exploration of Exercise Referral to Personal Fitness Trainers by Primary Care Physicians to Increase Adherence to Exercise Recommendations in African American Women.

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Community-Guided Creation of an Appointment Preparedness Kit for Use in Primary Care Settings

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HIV: The Bias Within

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Exploring barriers to prenatal vitamins in the Paso del Norte region of New Mexico and Texas

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Clinician Decision Support Utility in Combating Obstetric Healthcare Disparities

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Assessment of Patient Care Coordination to Improve Breast Cancer Screening Rate

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Physician and Community Partnerships for Reducing Health Disparities and Inequity: The Development and Implementation of a Holistic After School Program for At-Risk Youth

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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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