MUC

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MUCMount Union College (Ohio)
MUCMessage Understanding Conference
MUCMulti User Chat
MUCChief Musician (Naval Rating)
MUCMicrosoft Unified Communications
MUCMixed Use Commercial (zoning)
MUCMans Union Club (France)
MUCMalaspina University College (Canada)
MUCMaximum Use Concentration (US OSHA; Respiratory Protection)
MUCMontreal Urban Community
MUCMolde University College (Norway)
MUCMulti-Utility Controller (smart meters)
MUCMulti User Conference
MUCMunich, Germany - Franz Josef Strauss (Airport Code)
MUCMedically Underserved Community (US HRSA)
MUCMarginal User Cost (resource economics)
MUCMuslim Ulama Council (Iraq)
MUCMiami Unix Collective
MUCMolecularly-Uncharacterized Component
MUCMethod of Undetermined Coefficients (differential equations)
MUCMaintenance Use Code
MUCMark-Up Cancellation
MUCMeritorious Unit Citation/Commendation
MUCMulticast User Context
MUCMulti-Unit Container
MUCMillion of Unified Canes
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Program eligibility criteria were as follows: (a) cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; (b) identifying as a minority; (c) educationally and/or economically disadvantaged; (d) resident of a rural or underserved county in the state of Georgia; (e) intent to practice in a rural or medically underserved community after graduation; and, (f) a written essay on choosing nursing as a career.
Begun by Migrant Health Promotion in 2006 with funding from the Office of Rural Health Policy, the Nuevas Avenidas program establishes new access routes to primary, preventative, and behavioral health care for medically underserved community members in Hidalgo County, Texas.
Our findings are consistent with results from a knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) survey of 117 Hawaiian women living in one medically underserved community (Tsark & Braun, 2001) and with the greater body of health promotions literature indicating that positive intent alone is often insufficient to support behavioral change (Airhihenbuwa, 1995).
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