Rapid Development Training and Implementation of a Remote Health Profession’s Student Volunteer Corps During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Satterfield, C., Goodman, M., Keiser, P., et al. (2021). Rapid Development, Training, and Implementation of a Remote Health Profession’s Student Volunteer Corps During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Public Health Reports. 136(6):658-662.
The authors organized interprofessional teams of health professions students to implement projects remotely for the University of Texas Medical Branch and Galveston County Health District during the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors provide examples of lessons learned as they transitioned to longer-term projects and found that university partnerships with county health departments can be beneficial for both the community and involved students.
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