In response to the recent increase in anecdotal reports from nursing schools on paying for preceptors and access to clinical sites, AACN and the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL) launched a joint
Each year, healthcare professionals across the state are honored with awards at the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health. The annual event allows healthcare professionals, educators, and students several days to share their strategies for sustaining healthy North Dakota communities, and offers workshops, keynote speakers,
This program (Short Title: NWD-E2) provides grants to expand opportunities for students from disadvantaged backgrounds with the purpose of strengthening the eldercare workforce in rural communities that have disparities in healthcare access and delivery.
- Improving mental health access and care
- Transforming the healthcare system through
Recorded webinars, online courses, and other training for healthcare professionals related to COVID-19. Addresses clinical care, infection control, personal protective equipment (PPE), nonpharmaceutical interventions, and emergency preparedness and response.
Funding Opportunity: Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention Simulation Education Training Program
This program (Short Title: NEPQR SET) provides funding to enhance nursing education and strengthen the nursing workforce through experiential learning opportunities, including the use of simulation-based technology to improve the health of patients, families, and communities in rural and medically underserved areas experiencing diseases and conditions
The Distance Learning and Telemedicine (DLT) Program provides grants to encourage and improve telemedicine and distance learning services in rural areas through the use of telecommunications, computer networks, and related advanced technologies to be used by students, teachers, medical professionals, and rural residents.
Grants are for projects
The Advanced Nursing Education: Nurse Practitioner Residency Program (Short Title: ANE-NPRIP) provides grants to prepare new nurse practitioners for primary care or behavioral health practice in integrated, community-based settings, through expansions and/or enhancements to existing 12-month Nurse Practitioner Residency (NPR) programs. Priority is given to projects
The Hillman Serious Illness and End of Life Emergent Innovation Program (HSEI) provides $50,000, one-year awards to accelerate the development of bold, nursing-driven interventions targeting the unmet serious illness and end of life needs of vulnerable populations, including the economically disadvantaged, racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ people, people