Students gathered, analyzed and reported on relevant community-focused data on sexually transmitted infects (STIs) to design a systematic needs assessment protocol.
Students participated in research assessing barriers to effective CEnR among public housing residents during the conduct of substance use research.
Students were trained and certified as French Speaking Physicians, then worked in clinics and with French-speaking communities to begin clinical outreach and engagement.
Students taught local non-medical residents how to control traumatic bleeding during community outreach events and seminars.
The Telehealth Access for All Initiative (TAFA) saw medical and health professions students assisting and leading efforts with public housing community residents to establish telehealth capacity.