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Student Health Projects were alternative learning opportunities for healthcare students to gain medical knowledge and experience outside of the hospital classroom setting. This health initiative was aimed at educating students on the social and economic conditions of disease courses, a non-traditional approach at the time. Conferences were held to provide networking opportunities and further educate on the concepts of student health project possibilities.
Madison, D. (1968). The Student Health Project: A New Approach to Education in Community Medicine. The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, 46(3), 389–408. https://doi.org/10.2307/3349336