Is Being There Enough? Read About Postgraduate Nurse Practitioner Residencies in Rural Primary Care Studies

 Researchers interviewed administrators and participants in 20 rural nurse practitioner residency programs to determine the effect of federal- and state-based programs on rural placement post-training.  Though nurse practitioners make up one-quarter of the rural primary care workforce, few studies have investigated factors supporting their transition from training to practice.

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