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Building a Community-Centered Public Health Advocacy Program for Students

A Minnesota-based public health advocacy fellowship trains medical students in community-centered advocacy with lessons relevant beyond medicine, practical to most STEM fields seeking to train students in advocacy skills. Within and beyond the medical community, the (often unearned) public trust, social capital, professional privilege, and socioeconomic status that physicians enjoy requires their reciprocal involvement in and advocacy against public issues

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Med Student Explores the Connection Between Physical Healing and Spirituality

by Quincy Banks Students of Public Health: Voices & Profiles focuses on research projects and other contributions students are making to advance public health. STUDENT VOICES — Medical school has progressed nicely, but there came a time to do research, and I had no idea as to what my research project should be. Nothing seemed to catch or keep my attention.

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