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Two health professions students received Baystate Health's 3rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Semester of Service Awards. The $750 awards will be used to provide health education and resources to food pantry clients and outreach to individuals with mental health and substance use disorders.
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New grant aims to address social determinants of health, improve health outcomes, and reduce health inequities.
Medical students in the Population-based Urban and Rural Community Health (PURCH) track hosted a Food Justice Fair in partnership with the MLK Jr Family Services Center food pantry.
Eight community members have recently completed training to join UMMS-Baystate’s non-medical Community Faculty who play an integral role in teaching medical students.
UMass medical students and other health professions students are engaged in COVID-related activities and a variety of volunteer efforts at Baystate and in the community.