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Pipeline Programs Can Support Reforms in Medical Education: A Cohort Study of Alabama's Rural Health Leaders Pipeline to Engage Community Leaders

Description
Presents a study examining the efficacy of a medical education pipeline program to provide healthcare professionals for rural communities in Alabama. Details the distributions of graduates throughout the state and highlights the counties by the percentage of their populations that are rural, poor, and Black, among other measures.
Author(s)
John R. Wheat, James D. Leeper
Citation
Journal of Rural Health
Date
11/2020
Type
Document
Tagged as
Black or African American · Health disparities · Health workforce pipeline · Poverty · Primary care · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Alabama