REHPS, Rural Experiences for Health Professions Students, Summer Experience Program helps place university students who are enrolled in medical, physician assistant, pharmacy and advanced practice nursing programs in a four week experience with preceptors established in rural or frontier areas of South Dakota. The students are paired together, promoting interprofessional studies, and are required to complete a community project during their experience. Students are exposed to all aspects of a rural healthcare community.The program encourages rural communities to welcome students and form strong bonds; laying the groundwork for the likelihood those students may return to work/practice in their rural community.
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Yankton Rural Area Health Education Center