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The Rural Monitor

poster presentation - Rural Monitor Missouri SORH (FORHP GIM)Mizzou Educates the Next Generation of Rural Providers through Lectures, Clerkships, and Community Integration
The MU AHEC Rural Track Pipeline Program in Missouri prepares its medical students and residents for rural practice through a lecture series, rural clerkships, and a community integration project.


father and sonResponding to the HIV Crisis in Scott County, Indiana: Q&A with Dr. William Cooke
Scott County, Indiana, has been in the national spotlight since experiencing the largest HIV outbreak in rural America's recent history. The town's only physician at the time, Dr. William Cooke, took action to bring healing and hope to his community of Austin and the surrounding county. In this Q&A, he shares the motivation behind his compassionate approach to care.


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