Esther Neumark Selected as a Rural Interprofessional Longitudinal Scholar

Congratulations to Esther Neumark, who has been selected as a Rural Interprofessional Longitudinal Scholars (RIPLS), a grant funded by the Kenan Trust of which Meg Zomorodi serves as the Director. Scholars were selected based on their desire to support rural health through interprofessional collaboration. This inaugural cohort of Scholars represent graduate students in nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physician assistant, public health, and social work. Scholars will complete a two year program, including a summer immersion experience focused on population health in rural communities. Scholars will work closely with champions from each school. Read more about the program and the scholars here.