Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship
Title VIII, Section 811 of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act, as amended by the Affordable Care Act of 2010 authorizes grants to provide funding for traineeships to students in advanced nurse education programs for the costs of full or partial tuition, books, and fees and reasonable living expenses (stipends) during the traineeship period. Applications will be accepted from eligible applicants for primary care nurse practitioner such as the Family Nurse Practitioner student only. The current primary care workforce in the United States is inadequate to meet the growing demand for primary care services. Moreover, the increasing demand for preventative health services will widen the gap between demand and the available primary care workforce.
Ohio University School of Nursing has been re-awarded the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship grant from HRSA! We are now accepting applications for the AENT scholarship program. The funding period for successful applicants will be the 2014-2015 academic year. The deadline for applications is 5:00 pm, Friday, August 8th, 2014. Before applying for the trainee scholarship program please consider the requirements below:
• You must be enrolled in the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner program at Ohio University.
• You must be in good academic standing.
• In order to be considered for a full-time scholarship you must be enrolled in 9 credit hours each semester. To be considered for a part-time scholarship you must be enrolled in 6 credit hours each semester.
I• In order to be eligible for a part-time traineeship you must be within the last 12 months of your FNP program. This means your anticipated graduation date must be August 2015 or sooner.
• Post-graduation, commit to serving in a community with high Medicare, high Medicaid enrollment.
Please submit your application to Larsen@ohio.edu by 5:00pm, Friday, August 8th, 2014. Click the link below to obtain the application. If you have any questions, please email Dana Larsen at Larsen@ohio.edu or call 740-593-4494.
Mary E. Bowen RN, DNS, JD, NEA-BC, FNP-BC
Professor, School of Nursing
Grover Center W378