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NOSORH Institutes

NOSORH Institutes are topical, virtual learning opportunities offered to State Offices of Rural Health and other rural health stakeholders throughout the year.

 

  • NEW! Rural Advocacy Corps Training (Rural ACT) Institute – (First Session Fall 2020)

 

  • Rural Health Clinic Institute (Stay Tuned for Next Session)

 

  • Rural Health Data Institute – (Registration Opens: March 2020; Start Date: May 12, 2020)
    Would you like to know more about incorporating data into your daily routine working in rural health? Would you like to know how to present data to your colleagues in an engaging and impactful way? Then the NOSORH Rural Health Data Institute (RHDI) may be just the type of education that you need! RHDI is an set of weekly web-based sessions designed to establish a minimum data-use skill set for those working with rural health data. the sessions are designed for those with little or no knowledge of the data use process.

 

  • Rural Health Leadership Institute – (Next Session Spring/Summer 2021)
    This 12-part, live webinar series is designed to grow engaged, equipped, and resilient leaders and to provide rural-focused professional development to current and future leaders and managers of State Offices of Rural Health.
  • NEW! Rural Primary Care Institute – (First Session Summer 2020)

 

  • Grant Writing Institute – Back to Basics (Stay Tuned for Next Session)

  • Grant Writing Institute – Beyond the Basics – (On-Demand, Register Now)
    This on-demand course provides participants with the information needed to build upon foundational grant writing knowledge and skills. All sessions are designed to outline strategies to enhance communication, efficiency, accountability and effectiveness for grant seeking and management efforts. This is the only grant education of its kind focused specifically on rural health grant writers.

Register Now! 2019 Grant Writing Institute

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The NOSORH Grant Writing Institute features a series of nine online learning sessions covering every aspect of grant writing with a unique rural health focus. The series is intended for beginners seeking to gain the skills to research and draft winning proposals from various agencies.  

Class size is limited. Group discounts are available.

2019 Registration in Now Closed

Please contact Beth Kolf at bethk@nosorh.org for more information

New On-Demand Grant Writing Course Goes “Beyond the Basics”

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Attention rural health grant writers and managers! NOSORH is now offering an on-demand Grant Writing Institute designed for individuals looking for education beyond the introductory or beginning level. This course is the only grant education of its kind focused on the needs of rural health grant writers. Topics will include learning communication strategies to connect with funders, using work plans to meet basic grant reporting, understanding how to create meaningful evaluation tools, and how to use data. Past participation in NOSORH’s Grant Writing Institute is not required.

To learn more and register, click here.

For more information, contact Tammy Norville at tammyn@nosorh.org.


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Go “Beyond the Basics” With NEW On-Demand Grant Writing Course

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NOSORH’s Grant Writing Institute—Beyond the Basics is now on-demand! This course is designed for individuals looking for education beyond the introductory or beginning level. This is the only grant education of its kind focused on rural health grant writers. Topics will include learning communication strategies to connect with funders, using work plans to meet basic grant reporting, understanding how to create meaningful evaluation tools, and how to use data. Past participation in NOSORH’s Grant Writing Institute is not required.

To view the brochure, please click here.

To register, click here.

For more information, contact Tammy Norville at tammyn@nosorh.org.

NOSORH Grant Writing Institute Coming Soon

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The 2018 NOSORH Grant Writing Institute (GWI) kicks off on January 11 with a series of nine, bi-monthly online learning sessions with a unique rural health focus. The GWI is intended for novice grant writers pursuing skills to research and draft winning proposals from a variety of agencies. Participants will also learn how to form a consortium, develop collaborative proposals, and replicate evidence-based models in their communities. Please share this information with anyone interested in pursuing grant writing.

Click here for a flyer with detailed information on each session.

Class size is limited, so register now (Deadline: January 3, 2018)! A group discount is available; for every four registered participants, one free registration will be granted.

Contact Kassie Clarke for more information.


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Register Now for NOSORH Grant Writing Institute

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Registration is now open for the 2018 NOSORH Grant Writing Institute (GWI). GWI features a series of nine online learning sessions that cover every aspect of grant writing with a unique rural health focus. The series is intended for beginners seeking to gain the skills to research and draft winning proposals from various agencies. Don’t miss this opportunity to turn rurality to your advantage, learn to connect with funders, and more!

Click here to register by January 3, 2018. A group discount is available. Class size is limited, so register soon!

Check out the 2018 Grant Writing Institute Flyer or contact Kassie Clarke for more information. Learning sessions begin January 11, 2018.


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Congratulations NOSORH Institute Graduates!

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Thanks to the State Offices of Rural Health who enrolled and supported other rural stakeholders to participate in three NOSORH Institutes. In July, NOSORH provided the second Grant Writing Institute designed specifically for Emergency Medical Services personnel. The course is a 3-part series and focuses on the A-Z in grant writing, funding innovative models of care and learning how to connect and collaborate with funders, community members and stakeholders. Eighty-four EMS personnel, representing 26 states, participated with 62% receiving certificates of completion.

NOSORH also offered Grant Writing Basics for SORH, rural clinics, hospitals, and others. This series takes a deep dive into grant writing and covers all aspects of the grant writing process. To see a list of graduates from both of these Institutes in your state click here.

Data Institute Grads

In addition to the EMS Grant Writing and Grant Writing Basics Institutes, NOSORH offered a second round of the Rural Health Data Institute. The Rural Health Data Institute orients SORH to a wide spectrum of data use processes. Each graduate developed a one-page fact sheet that can be used within their state. 100% of participants reported that they would recommend the Rural Health Data Institute to a peer! “I’ve had previous experience with collecting and analyzing data,” said one participant. “But I was able to take that a step further during this training to understand concepts of visualizing data and crafting a message. I found those sections of this training to be very valuable.”

 

Click here to see some examples of the work completed by the graduates.

Congratulations to each of the SORH staff who earned a certificate of completion!


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EMS Grant Writing 101 Institute: Share with Your EMS Partners

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The EMS Grant Writing 101 Institute starts next month! This 3-part webinar series introduces EMS agencies to the basics of grant writing, how to connect with funders and partners, and where to find funding. Please share this information with EMS agencies and partners in your state and encourage them to participate. The Institute begins on July 11 and will be held on three consecutive Tuesdays at 3:00 pm ET. All sessions will be recorded.

EMS Grant Writing 101 Institute Flyer

To register, go to https://www.regonline.com/EMSGWI17. The deadline to register is June 30.

For more information, please contact Kassie Clarke at kassiec@nosorh.org.


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EMS Grant Writing 101 Institute- Register Now!

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NOSORH is launching another EMS Grant Writing 101 Institute this July. This 3-part webinar series introduces EMS agencies to the basics of grant writing, how to connect with funders and partners, and where to find funding. NOSORH will also provide templates to help agencies get started with the writing process. The series begins on July 11 and will be held on three consecutive Tuesdays at 3:00 pm ET. All sessions will be recorded. Please share this information with EMS agencies and partners in your state.

EMS Grant Writing Institute Flyer

 

To register, go to https://www.regonline.com/EMSGWI17. Registration ends June 30.

For more information, contact Kassie Clarke at kassiec@nosorh.org


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NOSORH Grant Writing Institute Registration Now Open

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Registration is now open for the 2017 NOSORH Grant Writing Institute (GWI). GWI features a series of nine online learning sessions that cover every aspect of grant writing with a unique rural health focus. The series is intended for beginners seeking to gain the skills to research and draft winning proposals from various agencies. Don’t miss this opportunity to turn rurality to your advantage, learn to connect with funders, and more!

Click here to register by March 29, 2017. A group discount is available. Class size is limited, so register soon!

Check out the 2017 Grant Writing Institute Flyer or contact Kassie Clarke for more information. Learning sessions begin April 6, 2017.


Past Participant Feedback:

“Everything was spelled out and there were no assumptions of knowledge. I also appreciated some of the templates that were provided. I will use these going forward in some of my grants.

“I think that she had some very good suggestions and I learned a lot! She obviously spoke from a lot of experience.”

“Great deal of information! Well organized and presented!”

“Wow!”


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