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Co-created by a university-community coalition, our pilot findings highlight the crucial role of community-engaged pedagogy in promoting critical understanding of historic structural inequities and present-day health disparities. Our communities can and should be reciprocal partners in training the …

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    The importance of addressing the social determinants of health (SDOH) in medical education has been ubiquitously recognized. However, current pedagogical approaches are often limited by inadequate or ahistorical exploration of the fundamental causes of health inequity. The findings of the study point to the crucial role of community-engaged pedagogy in promoting a critical understanding of historic structural inequities and present-day health disparities.