UNH has received an Advanced Education Nursing Workforce (ANEW) grant to:
Address behavioral health issues and the opioid crises, and
Address the shortage of providers to care for underserved and rural populations in New Hampshire
The grant offers funding for family nurse practitioner students in the last 12 months of their program who live in or complete at least 6 months (2 semesters) in a rural or underserved area during their clinical practicums and then agree to practice in a rural or underserved area after graduation. The awards vary from $5,500 to $11,000 per semester depending on the student’s enrollment status.
For mroe information about the ANEW grant or to apply, email email@example.com.
Preceptors involved in the program receive continuing education units (CEUs) through educational training on leading-edge topics, including value-based reimbursement, behavioral health, substance use disorder and telepractice. Preceptors are invited to participate in UNH Project ECHO® sessions, a virtual case-based all-teach, all-learn model. Preceptors can receive funds to attend additional conferences and trainings.
For more information about becoming a preceptor, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UNH ANEW grant is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration. It is jointly administered and managed by the UNH Department of Nursing and the Institute for Health Policy and Practice.