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Training Activities at UPAP aims to understand and address health disparities through a structured learning experiences that build cultural humility. The focus is on critical life-long learning, recognizing and bridging power differences, and fostering mutually beneficial and respectful relationships with community members and organizations. The following programs are specific faculty-mentored community engagement opportunities for our students:

Migrant Farmworker Program 

  • We collaborate with Community Health Centers, Inc., the Utah Department of Health, and Community Health Connect to provide key health services to farmworkers during harvest season
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Salt Lake Community Action Program (Salt Lake CAP) 

  • Every summer and fall students and faculty participate in the Salt Lake Community Action Program (SL CAP) Head Start physicals to provide a free comprehensive program of services. This includes immunizations, physical exams, vision and hearing screenings, and oral health services.

Student-Run Free Clinics 

  • Doctor's Volunteer Clinic of St. George
  • Maliheh Free Clinic of Salt Lake City

Head Start Partnerships 

  • Centro de la Familia Migrant Head Start in rural Northern Utah
  • Root for Kids in St. George
  • Utah Community Action Program in Salt Lake City
  • Ute Indian Tribe on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation

Community Partnerships 

  • Community Health Education Workshops
  • Southern Utah Pacific Islander Health Coalition
  • Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake City

Patient Voice - The Charles James Nabors, Ph.D. Conference Series 


  • Creek Valley Health Fair in Hildale, Utah
  • Junior League's CARE-Fair of Salt Lake City
  • Project Homeless Connect in Salt Lake City