Global rural health fellowship program
Global Rural Health Fellowship Program DNP- Alaska
The UW School of Nursing’s Center for Global Health Nursing and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium is recruiting DNPs to work in Alaska for a 12-month period. Fellows will have the opportunity to practice in Alaska at both the Alaska Native Medical Center and in rural Tribal Health Organizations. Following service, fellows may extend for another year in Alaska or participate in a 3-6 month global health fellowship focusing on community health and/or research in Kenya, Peru, or Nepal.
Fellows will benefit from bi-monthly seminar meetings, inter-professional education with linked medical fellows, and faculty mentorship throughout the duration of their fellowship. A month-long global health-related course on-site at UW will also be supported.
- ARNP license in Alaska (required prior to starting work)
- Family, Pediatric or Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
- Graduated within the last 5 years
- Current DEA registration
- Current BLS, ACLS, ATLS and PALS certification
- Clinical experience in rural and underserved populations (desired)
Applications now closed for 2019