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Recruitment and Retention Self Assessment Tool

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The Health Center Recruitment and Retention Effectiveness Review (RRER) instrument is designed to support on-going recruitment and retention of qualified clinical staff at health centers.

The Health Center Recruitment and Retention Review Tool

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The Health Center Recruitment and Retention Review Tool is designed to support on-going recruitment and retention of qualified clinical staff at health centers funded by the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) under section 330 of the Public Health Service Act as amended by the Health Centers Consolidation Act of 1996.

A Guide to Public Health Careers

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An updated online guide to careers in public health. The guide includes comprehensive details, career prospects, and more. 

College Grants and Graduate School Scholarships in Public Health

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The nation’s largest public health organizations are well known for making careers in public health more accessible by offering scholarships, fellowships, and grants that defray the cost of earning an undergraduate or graduate degree in public health:

Expanded Availability of Loan Repayment Awards

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There has never been a better time to recruit and retain clinicians through the National Health Service Corps(NHSC). Clinicians working in NHSC‐approved sites with HPSA scores as low as zero have greater opportunities and access to funding than ever before in the history of the program.

Health centers let doctors help low-income patients at lower risk

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This article pubished in Modern Healthcare Online, October, 2008 discusses the role of physicians in Federally Funded Health Clinics. The opening paragraph of the article states "Community health centers that serve low-income and uninsured patients have always been a landing spot for mission-driven physicians. Now they have also become a haven for some who are feeling squeezed by malpractice insurance costs and other dministrative burdens of private practice."

Preserving a scarce human resource: Healthy physicians

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This blog post from the North Carolina Medical Board discusses issues around physician burnout. The blog states: "Burnout among physicians has reached epidemic proportions since it was first described among human services workers in the 1970s. When physicians experience overload, loss of control (autonomy) and a lack of reward (perceived or real) for their contributions, their risk for emotional exhaustion, otherwise known as the burnout syndrome, is astronomical.

Sample Recruitment and Retention Plan 1

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Sample written plan for health care provider recruitment and retention

Sample Recruitment and Retention Plan 2

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Sample written plan for health care provider recruitment and retention
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