University of Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Improve health care for Native Hawaiians, immigrants, and disadvantaged populations by creating a statewide, interdisciplinary health professions education program

July 1, 1990 - Aug. 31, 1992

Focus Area

Geographic Focus

Hawaii

Amount

$292,939

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