Exciting New Clinical Opportunities
for BSN Students
Applications for new rural primary care clinical rotations will be available this autumn.
With funding from a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) training grant, faculty and staff from the UW School of Nursing grant team are working with Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) in Washington to identify primary care clinics in medically underserved areas where select BSN students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a four-week clinical rotation to deliver primary care in a rural setting.
Students interested in working in outpatient clinics with medically underserved and rural communities will be given priority. Accepted applicants will receive tuition stipends, travel and housing funds. Applications will be available Fall 2019 for Summer quarter placements in 2020.
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