Eco-Ethonomics and associates worked with the steering committee for HealthKicks in Huron County to develop a strategic plan for educating, training and recruiting new medical professionals to their Rural Community. The exciting new model involved some really energetic individuals that were invested in developing the interest and capacity of young people in the medical profession while creating opportunities for employment in their area. Eco-Ethonomics also worked with Healthkick on researching online training modules for the professional development of registered nurses and nurse practitioners. A full stakeholder consultation process was conducted including interviews with, nursing schools, universities, Georgian College, registered nurses, Family Health Teams, the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario and the LHIN. Through this process, the feasibility of developing online training modules was assessed.