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  1. 5/20/03: ana news alert:
    http://www.nursingworld.org/gova/fed...rts.htm#grants

    new nurse reinvestment act programs

    the division of nursing at the health resources and
    services administration (hrsa) has posted grant
    applications for the new programs created by the
    nurse reinvestment act.

    internship and residency programs
    hrsa 03-096 cfda 93.359

    approximately $3 million is available in fy 2003 to support between 12 and 30 awards, ranging from $100,000 to $250,000 per year per award.

    career ladder program:
    hrsa 03-097 cfda 93.359

    approximately $3 million is available in fy 2003 to support between 12 and 30 awards, ranging from $75,000 and $250,000 per year per award.


    enhancing patient care delivery system program:
    hrsa 03-095 cfda 93.359

    this program encourages facilities to implementation the magnet criteria for excellence in nursing administration. approximately $3 million is available in fy 2003 to support between 12 and 40 awards, estimated to range from $25,000 to $200,000 per year per award.


    eligible applicants for these three programs are schools of nursing, nursing centers, academic health centers, a health care facility, or a partnership of such a school and facility, state or local governments and other public or private nonprofit entities. the application deadline is june 6, 2003. grant applications are available at http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/nursing/reinvestmentact.htm

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    nursing scholarships
    applications due june 30, 2003

    this program covers all educational costs and provides a monthly stipend($1,098 for the 2003-2004 academic year).
    eligible applicants are nursing students currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full- or part-time student in an accredited school of nursing. upon graduation, scholarship winners will be required to work in a health care facility with a critical shortage of nurses for no less than two years. hrsa expects to distribute an estimated $3.8 million for 76 nursing scholarships in fiscal year 2003.
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   Nurse2bSandy
    Has anyone here done the HRSA scholarship? Was it worth it? Where did you get assigned?
  4. by   PennyLane
    I requested an application. Looking at previous years' choices, it looks like there's a variety of hospitals to chose from. I don't think I'll get the scholarship, however, since for some ungodly reason my Expected Family Contribution is $10,000 for my first year of school. Like I have that much cash sitting around. They say first choice goes to students with an EFC of $0.
  5. by   NRSKarenRN
    Good Luck!
  6. by   beaRNwhenIgroUP
    i just received my application...i can't decide if i should apply - although my EFC is about 2500.00 so it probably doesn't matter

    anybody have any idea how to determine if a hospital is a "disproportionate share hospital"?

    Also, what do y'all think about going straight from school to LTC??? (that's an "acceptable" site under the program)
  7. by   GPatty
    I'm gonna have to check into some of these. Thanks....
  8. by   Mkue
    I'm checking too, thanks Karen
  9. by   MICU RN
    I called and was told that they expect about 30,000 applicants for the scholarships which total less than 100. My EDC is about 4k, so I don't think i am going to apply.

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