Rural Primary Care Nursing Track
The new MSU CON Rural Primary Care Track may be right for you if you come from a rural community, want to work with individuals and families to promote their health and prevent chronic disease, and/or want to work with high-priority populations to improve health equity and the distribution of health resources beyond population centers.
What is the Rural Primary Care Track?
The MSU College of Nursing was awarded a $2.8 million grant to enrich our classroom and clinical education with the primary care emphasis that is changing how healthcare is delivered in Montana. By pairing your classroom and clinical experiences to the transformation of the total healthcare environment that is underway, you will be ideally-prepared for a role in primary care when you receive your bachelor’s degree and enter the nursing workforce.
Participation benefits include:
- Funded travel to rural care settings from any MSU nursing campus for selected clinical course-work in primary care
- Working intensively with seasoned nurse preceptors
- Become a Montana Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Scholar
If you have any questions about the RPCT or AHEC Scholars, please connect with Kailyn Mock.
The application cycle is currently closed. It will open again for all nursing students in August 2021.