Durham Tech Mobile Health Lab: Strategies and Recommendations for Enhancing the Delivery of Mobile Care Services in Durham and Orange Counties
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In 2020, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina awarded Durham Technical Community College a $1 million grant to launch a new mobile health lab. The program will deliver cross-disciplinary health education and outreach to Durham and Orange Counties, provide clinical training to student volunteers, and engage local populations in training and education to eliminate barriers to health access. This report will examine the strategies and best practices that Durham Tech should adopt and adapt for the operation of this new mobile health lab.
DepartmentThe Sanford School of Public Policy
CitationBennett, Michael (2021). Durham Tech Mobile Health Lab: Strategies and Recommendations for Enhancing the Delivery of Mobile Care Services in Durham and Orange Counties. Master's project, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/22743.
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