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HealthStreet, a community-engaged research initiative at the University of Florida, and the UF College of Nursing are hosting the an Our Community, Our Health event (OCOH) on the evolving role of nurses in health care. This town hall meeting facilitates two-way communication between the community and researchers. We share ideas about priorities for health research and ways to communicate research findings and blends ideas for research from multiple stakeholders across the country.
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