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Why Immersive Summer Programs Matter to Health Care Students

By: University of Arizona Health Sciences | August 19, 2022

Read two first-hand experiences of how University of Arizona Health Sciences summer programs help future health care professionals get research experience and learn about health disparities.

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Health Disparities Student Voices

Lily Nguyen, BSN, RN
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Helena Morrison, PhD, RN
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Laura Morehouse, MPH, CHES
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Ike Chinyere, PhD
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Dynnika Tso
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Caroline Berger
Caroline Berger is a wife, mother, grandmother, University of Arizona Health Sciences employee – and a breast cancer survivor of 16 years. She shares her journey and why it’s so important to trust yourself and find advocates.