USSTRIDE program is associated with competitive Black and Latino student applicants to medical school

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Campbell, Kendall M.; Berne-Anderson, Thesla; Wang, Aihua; Dormeus, Guy; Rodríguez, José E.;
  • Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
  • Journal: Medical Education Online,volume 19 (issn: 1087-2981, eissn: 1087-2981)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/meo.v19.24200, pmc: PMC4033323
  • Subject: pipeline | minorities in medicine | Special aspects of education | medical school admission | Research Article | medical education | healthcare workforce | R5-920 | Medicine (General) | minority health | minority health; medical education; pipeline; healthcare workforce; minorities in medicine; medical school admission | LC8-6691

Purpose: We compared MCAT scores, grade point averages (GPAs), and medical school acceptance rates of Black and Latino students in an outreach program called Undergraduate Science Students Together Reaching Instructional Diversity and Excellence (USSTRIDE) to non-USSTRI... View more
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