Preparing Behavioral Health Clinicians for Success and Retention in Rural Safety Net Practices

The researchers of this study analyzed survey data from licensed clinicians working in rural safety net practices across 21 states from 2015 to 2022. They found nearly two-thirds of the 778 survey respondents had formal educational experiences with medically underserved populations in rural counties. These results support the integration of clinicians within these communities for longer retention in rural safety net practices.

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