Providing Information & Curriculum Resources to those Involved in Medical School Rural Tracks
A Rural Track (RT) is a program within an existing school of medicine designed to identify, admit, nurture and educate students who have an identified interest in future rural practice with the goal of increasing the number of graduates who enter rural practice.
RT ProgramsThe purpose of the U.S. Medical School Rural Tracks Table is to help promote communication and collaboration.
BibliographyThe purpose of the Rural Medicine Education Bibliography is to share the published medical literature on rural tracks.
ResourcesThe purpose of the Curriculum Resources toolkit is to enable faculty to share educational content.
This resource has been established with the help of the Health Resources Services Administration’s Office of Rural Health Policy and the National Rural Health Association’s Rural Medical Educator’s group.