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Our members know their states! This week we hear from Olivette Burroughs and Ashley Clark, our Virginia members, about what they know and love about VA!
Last Tuesday, 3RNet held its first ever Recruiting for Retention Academy webinar, titled “Laying the Ground Work”. Here are the top five takeaways.
Besides being husband and wife, Annika and Geoff Maly are family medicine residents set to Work, Play and Live in Oregon beginning September 2016. Here are the experiences and insights they’ve shared on what led them here.
Mikaila Holt is the manager of the itinerant Public Health Nurse team based out of the Fairbanks, Alaska, Public Health Center. She leads a team of four itinerant public health nurses that cover the 32 villages and communities of Alaska’s interior region.
This type of innovation has been at the forefront of two recent projects in Florida and South Dakota. Our member in these two states saw an opportunity to provide better service, but instead of trying to create a project completely from scratch, they leaned on 3RNet to help create efficiencies and ultimately get the projects done
3RNet will be returning to Kansas City August 7th-9th for the annual AAFP National Conference. Stop by booths 1832 and 1833 to learn more about how 3RNet members can be your trusted resource for loan repayment information, the J-1 Visa Waiver process, and rural and underserved jobs.
We are excited to announce a brand new resource, the 3RNet Career and Life Planning Portal, powered by Adventures in Medicine. This new portal is full of hundreds of validated, tested, quality resources that have been designed by Adventures in Medicine, and tailored by 3RNet. Each and every one of these interactive resources is now available to all 3RNet members, through their existing membership.
There are several unique programs if you are interested in working in Kansas' rural or underserved areas.