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What is your job category?
Medicine-Preventive Medicine/Public Health
Nursing-Public Health Nurse
Public Health-Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
Public Health-Environmental Health
Public Health-Health Policy & Management
Public Health-Infectious Disease Control
Public Health-Injury Control & Prevention
Public Health-Social and Behavioral Sciences
Other-Community Health Worker
Other-Health Education Specialist
Other-Health Informatics/Health Information Technology
Other-Profession Not Listed
Do you work in a primary care setting?
Do you work in a medically underserved community?
, which of the following options best represents the area or organization in which you practice? Select one.
Area Health Education Center
Community Health Center
Designated Ambulatory Practice Site
Health Profession Shortage Area
Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
Migrant Health Center
Public Housing Primary Care
National Health Service Corp
Indian Health Center or Tribal Health Site
Rural Health Clinic
Other (please specify)
Do you work in a rural area?
HRSA defines a rural area as one located in a county that is not part of a Metropolitan Statistical Area. Refer to this website to determine if your county is considered rural:
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