National Rural Health Leadership Virtual Residency Program
Jo Anne Preston
The National Rural Health Leadership Virtual Residency Program is a one-year leadership training experience that brings together new healthcare leaders to increase the likelihood of success in their leadership roles. The program is designed to help organizations attract, develop, and retain new rural health leaders.
Training will consist of:
- Monthly interactive virtual learning sessions focused on a practical skill-building topic
- Approximately 30-60 minutes of self-directed video work per month
- Scheduled coaching calls with program facilitators
- Networking and support through an email listserv
A complete list of session dates and topics is available in the program overview.
Eligible candidates are novice leaders, supervisors, managers, directors, team leads, charge nurses, and others with less than one year experience in a rural health leadership role.
A non-refundable program fee of $2,850 will be billed to an attendee's organization after an application has been accepted.
Complete the online registration by October 31, 2021. Class size is limited, and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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