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Driving big ideas home in Mini Cooper

The Mini Cooper is now traveling the state as part of the UF HealthStreet program and collecting bug “splats” on the bumper for the study of mosquito-borne viruses.

HealthStreet’s 5th Year at the University of Florida

  A lot has happened in the last 5 years since our program started at the University of Florida.

New UF study to see if the game of Monopoly can change subtle behaviors

Aside from being the go-to board game for most family game nights, Monopoly has become a tradition in American entertainment and culture. 

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Less than 2% of the population participates in health research. Women, older adults, members of racial/ethnic minority groups and rural populations are often underrepresented in research, leading to findings that do not account for everyone.

HealthStreet was created to include many populations to make research findings a reflection of our diverse community and to help create health findings that can be applied to the greatest amount of people.

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HealthStreet is a community engagement program at the University of Florida that bridges the gaps in health care and health research.

Using our four aims, Assessment, Service, Education, Community, HealthStreet is able to provide people a voice in research and their community’s health.


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