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New nursing apprenticeships promote rural primary care

The Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences has awarded $100,000 in traineeship grants to five FIU nurse practitioner graduate students to participate in the pilot of the Advanced Nursing ... read more

Closing the Looming Health Care Talent Gap

The estimated shortfall of up to 43,100 primary ... apprenticeships to nontraditional industries, including health care. Apprenticeships can also promote diversity and enrich communities by teaching ... read more

Achieving Global Health Goals by Strengthening Primary Health Care

At least one of these new goals--SDG3, ensure healthy lives and promote ... Primary Health Care Clinics: It's vital to measure where primary care clinics are based in relation to the populations they ... read more

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Primary Care Workforce: The Need To Remove Barriers For Nurse Practitioners And Physicians

The story for primary care is much more positive when looking at the NP graduate numbers. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing ... in rural areas than physicians. Regulations that support ... read more


Medicare graduate nurse education demonstration increases primary care workforce

The funded demonstration sites included two models: geographic consortia with a hospital hub and from 4 to 9 nursing school partners and many community-based training sites; and a teaching ... read more

Moving dental health into primary care

Growing recognition that improved dental health leads to better overall health is leading some providers to look for ways to integrate dental care into primary care ... a professor at New York ... read more

A New Vision for Clinical Education of Nurse Practitioners: Themes From Thought Leaders

The demand for primary care providers ... elements of a new model for clinical education of NPs. The current approach to clinical education of NPs is little changed from the first programs in the ... read more

Saskatchewan Budget 2019: Mental health and addictions get $30M funding increase

About half of that money — $13.7 million — is going toward North Battleford's new Saskatchewan Hospital ... kids and youth who need mental health care. It is also allotting $650,000 to hire up to ... read more

Independent NPs Must Go, AAFP Says

AAFP is promoting ... primary care physicians by 2020, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. NPs took great exception to the AAFP report. Bobbie Berkowitz, PhD, RN, dean of the ... read more

Partnership with rural-health expert aims to improve heart care throughout three states

No one knows rural ... New physicians leave medical school with huge debts, and they shouldn’t have to sacrifice income to work in frontier areas. And we need to identify and promote a business model ... read more

No More Lip Service; It’s Time We Fixed Primary Care (Part Two)

A new advisory ... into primary care. The AAMC supports such a program. Third, CMS has the power to determine how many of those residency slots are committed to training primary care physicians, yet ... read more

Nursing receives $729,000 in grants for Master's Entry Program

The program consists of an intensive pre-licensure year transitioning into one of several specialty nursing pathways. Recent donors to MEPN New ... care delivery system and there will be a need for ... read more



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