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from Harlem and the South Bronx in New York City to enter thehealth professions. Accompanying the video is a blog post writtenby Holden, who noted in the post that with her future as apracticing physician uncertain, her husband challenged her “to finda way to help other young people to achieve their dream ofpursuing a health career.”
About these Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Human Capital programs:
Annual Meetings and Seminars Health & Society Scholars
Annual Meeting, Bethesda, Md.,May 3–6, 2011.
Scholars in Health Policy Research
Annual Meeting, Itasca,Ill., June 1–3, 2011.
Fifth Annual Symposium, Princeton, N.J.,June 8–10, 2011.
Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program
AnnualMeeting, New Orleans, La., October 4–6, 2011.
Physician Faculty Scholars
Annual Meeting, San Diego, Calif.,November 29–December 2, 2011.
Nurse Faculty Scholars
Annual Meeting, New Orleans, La.,November 30–December 1, 2011.
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