Understanding the factors that support recruitment and retention of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) health professionals is crucial in increasing the supply of health professionals most likely to serve the AI/AN population. To that end, project investigators have conducted a study to identify the factors that promote the recruitment and retention of AI/ANs into medicine. The study interviewed AI/AN medical students enrolled at the University of Washington. Funded by HRSA, National Center for Health Workforce Analysis.
|Hollow WB, Patterson DG, Olsen P, Baldwin LM||American Indians and Alaska Natives: how do they find their path to medical school?||PUBLICATION||10-01-2006||Article|
|Hollow WB, Buckley A, Patterson DG, Olsen P, Dorscher J, Medora R, Morin L, Padilla RS, Tahsequah J, Baldwin LM||Clearing the path to medical school for American Indians and Alaska Natives: new strategies||PUBLICATION||01-01-2006|
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|Hollow WB, Patterson DG, Olsen P, Baldwin LM||American Indians and Alaska Natives: how do they find their path to medical school?||PUBLICATION||01-01-2004|