The 2021 meeting “Rethinking the Pipeline to Rural Practice” is being planned as a hybrid meeting and will hopefully welcome both online and in-person participants. Follow this link to propose a poster, a workshop (55 min) or a lecture-discussion (25 min).
The RTT Collaborative has just published its Annual Report for the 2019-2020 school year. We’re excited to share what we’ve been up to over the last year and that as of October 2020 we have achieved our goal of achieving more than 50 participating programs! Read on for a message from the Executive Director, newsletter highlights, participating programs descriptions, financial summaries,
The RTT Collaborative September Newsletter is now available!
This newsletter introduces our new associate director, Kara Traxler, includes a summary of how our three virtual conferences and presentations went, some tips for rural recruitment, and provides some information for the 2021 Annual Meeting. Be sure to check out page 9 for Annual Meeting updates.
Some newsletter highlights include:
- A summary of Rural Residency Fest
- A summary of the AAFP National Conference
- A summary of the Ohio Rural Residency Fair
- Tips for rural recruitment,
Thank you to everyone who participated in RTTC’s Rural Residency Fest on July 22! The Fest gave students resources and tips on finding a rural residency, some guidance on questions to ask a residency, and the opportunity to chat with residents, resident coordinators, and residency program directors. Check out the video available below if you missed it!Rural Residency Fest 2020 Download a copy of the Student Edition Newsletter for 2020
Check out the full newsletter here: RTTC-Student-Edition-2020.pdf (132 downloads)
Some newsletter highlights include:
- Information on how to apply to be our new student and resident board member.
In preparation for the AAFP National Conference and the upcoming application/recruiting season, the RTT Collaborative Student Edition Newsletter is now available!
This newsletter also announces a Rural Residency Fest, presented by RTTC, on July 22. This Rural Residency Fest will give students resources and tips on finding a rural residency, some guidance on questions to ask a residency,
We want to offer a big thank you to everyone who attended the 2020 RTT Collaborative Annual Meeting! You helped make it a success, despite the challenges brought on by a virtual platform. Be sure to check out page 4 of the newsletter for the Annual Meeting Highlights. In this newsletter edition, we highlighted two participating programs based in Montana.
Deadllne for application: Midnight June 7, 2020; now closed
The RTT Collaborative Board and the cooperative of rural programs it represents is happy to offer up to three scholarships for the National Institute for Program Director Development fellowship program in academic year 2020-2021. Any director, site director, or faculty of a currently accredited or developing rural program is encouraged to apply.
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March 2020 Newsletter (2 MB pdf)
In the newsletter, you can learn about many things including the transformation of our Annual Meeting to an online platform. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, The RTT Collaborative has cancelled our in-person meeting next month in Stevenson, Washington. Instead, we are planning an online meeting for 3 hours each day,
As the winter holiday seasons begins and the year comes to a close, we hope you enjoy our updates and exciting opportunities that the RTT Collaborative has to share. To download the December edition of our newsletter, click here. For those wanting to join as a participating program, we want to welcome you to join this important cooperative.
The RTT Collaborative has just published its Annual Report for the 2018-2019 school year. We’re excited to share what we’ve been up to over the last year. Read on for a message from the Executive Director, newsletter highlights, participating programs, and more. As you can see, as a non-profit cooperative we welcome year-end contributions from individuals and organizations! To subscribe to our Google list and to receive quarterly newsletters and other notices send an email to Dawn Mollica at email@example.com.