Advanced Nursing Education Workforce (ANEW) Program
The Advanced Nursing Education Workforce (ANEW) Program provides funding to support innovative academic-practice partnerships to prepare primary care advanced practice registered nursing students to practice in rural and underserved settings through academic and clinical training.
The partnerships support traineeships, as well as infrastructure funds to schools of nursing and their practice partners who deliver primary care clinical training experiences with rural and/or underserved populations for advanced nursing education programs, including:
- Primary care nurse practitioner (NP)
- Primary care clinical nurse specialist (CNS)
- Nurse-midwife (NMW)
Grantees will also be expected to facilitate employment in rural and underserved settings for program participants following graduation.
Eligible applicants are entities that provide registered nurses with training that leads to master's and/or doctoral degrees that prepare nurses to serve as primary care nurse practitioners, primary care clinical nurse specialists, and nurse-midwives, including:
- Accredited schools of nursing
- Nursing centers
- Academic health centers
- HRSA supported health centers
- State or local governments
- Faith-based and community-based organizations
- Federally recognized tribes and tribal organizations
Estimated award amount: $700,000
Estimated number of awards: 53
Project period: 4 years
Total funds available: $37,250,000
Links to the program guidance and online application are available through grants.gov.
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