Subject: Global health trips | Service learning trips | Education | Research Article | Medical missions | Medical students | Student concerns | Short-term medical service trips | Medicine(all) | Medical volunteerism | Pharmacy students
Background International Service Learning Trips (ISLT) provide health professional students the opportunity to provide healthcare, under the direction of trained faculty, to underserved populations in developing countries. Despite recent increases in international servi... View more
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