Medical Education for African American Communities in the Rural South: A Focus Group Approach to Identify Fundamental Considerations
Examines the shortage of African American medical students in the rural South based on interview transcripts from rural medical educators, African American alumni, and community and institutional associates part of a rural medicine education pipeline. Includes themes such as how to define rural minority students and rural minority student recruitment and retention. Discusses collaborative strategies in rural medical education to improve healthcare disparities in shortage areas.
John R. Wheat, Antonio J. Gardner, Laura H. Downey, et al.
Journal of Rural Health
Black or African American · Health workforce education and training · Health workforce pipeline · Health workforce supply and demand · Networking and collaboration · Alabama