Department of

Public Health Seminars:

09/26/2017

Topic: The Strong Black Woman and metabolic syndrome: Preliminary results from pilot work to explore social determinants of health in high risk communities

University of Virginia School of Nursing, PhD, Nursing, December 2013|
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing, BS, Nursing, 2007|
Medical College of Virginia, MA, Public Health, 1999|
University of Virginia, BA, Anthropology/Pre-health, 1996|


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Family Medicine Clerkship

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The family medicine clerkship is a required course in which all third-year medical students complete a four-week rotation with a family physician. These rotations are designed to deepen students’ understanding of the academic and practical bases of family medicine through patient care in community settings. A hallmark of clerkship is our dedicated faculty, many of whom graduated from the VCU School of Medicine.

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