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Addressing the Latino Physician Shortage: Briefing Proceedings

Posted → Jun 25th, 2020

The California Initiative for Health Equity & Action (Cal-IHEA) and the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPI) convened an expert panel to showcase research evidence focused on addressing the shortage of Latino physicians in the state and supporting Latino physicians currently in practice. 

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The California Initiative for Health Equity & Action (Cal-IHEA) and the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPI) convened an expert panel to showcase research evidence focused on addressing the shortage of Latino physicians in the state and supporting Latino physicians currently in practice.

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