Examining equity in rural, urban healthcare

Pharmacy students from UW and Howard University visit Saratoga for look at rural healthcare

 

January 8, 2020

When it comes to healthcare, a state-of-the-art facility in the center of an urban area doesn’t necessarily mean that there is access to quality healthcare. Conversely, living in a rural area doesn’t mean that the healthcare available is inadequate. Working on dispelling those preconceptions about rural vs. urban healthcare is the goal behind the Health Equity Leadership Program, a program between the University of Wyoming (UW) School of Pharmacy and the Howard University School of Pharmacy.

“It’s a partnership between the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy and the Howard Univ...



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