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The CU School of Medicine emphasizes community engagement as essential to improving health professional education, achieving a more
diverse workforce, increasing access to health care and eliminating racial and
ethnic disparities in health.
The Student National Medical Association holds its annual Graduate Banquet every spring to honor students and facultly.
This gathering emphasizes the school's commitment to offering an opportunity for learning, teaching, researching and practicing medicine in a
community that recognizes the value, contributions and needs of each person.
In honor of Dr. Justina Ford, who was the first African-American physician in Denver, and Florence Sabin, a public health pioneer in Colorado, the school awards scholarships to students.
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