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Utilize existing resources.
REMEMBER THE HUMAN FACTOR.
QUALITY IS KEY!
Link Learner to Community = Jackpot!
Centralize Credentialing & Placement
Diversify: multiple learners/multiple partners
We can't be everything to everyone.
DON'T BE AFRAID TO SAY "NO"
DON'T BE AFRAID TO SAY "GOOD BYE"
Implement Social Media
Ongoing Reports and in-Person Visits with Network Members and Stakeholders -
"What do you need?"
Facebook Page "Friend Us"
Web Site Expansion
Build a Diversified Hub
5 Founding Members
An Arizona Dental School
A Residency Program
2011 - 1,105
2012 - 1,692
Since Program Inception
That was then . . .
and still growing . . .
Increase Pathways to Health Careers
for Students from Frontier and Rural
Communities, Increase the Quality of
Primary Care and Reduce Health
Maintain a Quality Rural Training Hub
First Teaching Health Center in New Mexico.
Stay connected through undergraduate education.
The HMS Summer Intership Program offers four 8-week summer jobs to students entering or enrolled in a degree program leading to a health profession.
The UNM Combined BA/MD Program accepts 24 New Mexico students each year on full scholarship for a combined program and guaranteed seat in UNM's Medical School.
Affiliation with the WNMU PreMed Club provides local college students with mentor and volunteer options, and even jobs!!
Outreaches expose children to health professions AND increase provider connectedness to community.
Students realize they have options when they are exposed to multiple disciplines.
These students observe the birth of a baby at UNM's Simulation Lab.
Build stakeholder relationships by complimenting in-school curriculum with special lectures.
Meet students and help them discover their interests.
Send students home with something to think about.
Students learn how hospital pharmacies compound sterile products for patients.
PreMed students work in leadership roles as Summer Camp Counselors, leading to opportunities to mentor.
Follow students through undergraduate education.
University President says "YES" to Master Affiliation.
Maintain a rural training hub.
Hub "Learners" and Future Rural Providers
Family Medicine Residents
Practical Immersion Experience
a/k/a PIE Students
Undergrad PreMed Students
I think I want to be a PT. Oh wait!
EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES . . .
The HMS Summer Internship Program offers summer jobs to students from SWNM entering or enrolled in a degree program leading to a health career.
An excellent way to partner with UNM
Centralized Recruitment of Residents AND Faculty
Combined Training Efforts
System of Support and linkages between programs
Future Expansion to ALL Primary Care Training Programs in NM
Support State and Federal Policy Development that addresses demands for primary care supply.
Pursue ongoing opportunities to achieve program sustainability.
Rebecca Spitzgo, Director of the National Health Service Corps
Christina Villalobos, Project Officer, ORHP
Dr. Ann Foster Rosales, Medical Director, NM Human Services Department
Dr. Arthur Kaufman, Vice Chancellor, UNM Office of Community Medicine
Dr. Jack Dillenberg, Dean, Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
New Mexico Legislature expands primary care training dollars to support statewide rural health workforce development plan.
HMS Summer Internship Program
WNMU Partnership means:
Campus Facilities Available for Student Programs - No charge
Open Door for Training Experiences:
Social Work Students
Makes the rural experience possible.
Learners can bring their families.
Great recruitment tool.
On campus and close to downtown.
Implement Survey Tools
Preceptor Surveys (in-house and community)
Weekly Telephone Surveys
Pre and Post Club and Camp Surveys
Weekly Telephone Survey
1.How is the housing?
2.Is the training facility suitable for your learning experience?
3.How’s your preceptor?
4.Has the support staff been helpful and available?
5.Have you noticed any issues with the clinic equipment?
6.How would you rate your experience on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the best?
MORE LEARNER RESULTS
82% of our Learners are from NM
52% grew up in a rural area of less than 20,000 people.
93% agreed or strongly agreed that they could work successfully in a rural community
86% agreed or strongly agreed that the rural training experience was worthwhile.
While 52% grew up in a rural area, 63% agreed or strongly agreed that interested in returning to SWNM to work in the CHC.
50% agreed or strongly agreed they are interested in returning to SWNM to work at the county's Hospital.
48% agreed or strongly agreed that they are interested in working in a rural community, other than SWNM.
71% said that family dynamics affect the decision where to practice.
Teaching Health Center Best Practice Model and Workforce
Recruitment to Rural and Community Health Centers