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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.
The grant awards were given to create opportunities to improve social and economic determinants of health and improve quality of life for people living in the region.