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ATSU-NCAIHP featured in The American Indian Graduate

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Carol Grant, Ph.D., director, A.T. Still University’s National Center for American Indian Health Professions (ATSU-NCAIHP), authored an article in the spring 2012 issue of The American Indian Graduate. The article, “A.T. Still University of Health Sciences leads the way: Recruiting and training American Indian health professionals,” profiled ATSU-NCAIHP and the Native Early Acceptance Team program.

ATSU-NCAIHP is the only graduate university healthcare program dedicated to eliminating the healthcare gap between Native communities and the general population. By encouraging Native students to become medical professionals and to use their skills in the service of their community, ATSU-NCAIHP is fulfilling the university’s mission of serving the underserved.

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