One of Colorado's biggest health care challenges is simply staffing clinics in rural parts of the state. There's a chronic shortage of doctors and nurses. The medical school at CU thinks that if it can give students a better idea of the benefits of working in a small town, more will choose to practice in one. Every summer it sends budding health professionals to rural Colorado for a week. Student Allison Kimball is just back from this year's trip, she talks to Sarah Hughes.