Publications & Maps
Rural Health Facts, Health
Workforce Factsheets, and Native Aging Facts are short
fact sheets that serve as a means of distributing CRH research results, among
other things, in a brief format that is easily understood by policy makers and
the general public.
Program Factsheets are also available on specific Center for
Rural Health programs.
CRH Updates - CRH Updates keep you informed of the
latest news, opportunities, publications, resources, events and staff news.
Subscribers receive links to the latest resources by e-mail once a month. Please
join the CRH Update to receive these
The News Flash serves as a stop-gap measure with such
high time-sensitivity that it cannot wait for the next publication of the CRH
Rural Assistance Center (RAC)
Listservs provide regular updates on rural news, funding opportunities,
publications and events. The RAC Health listserv is sent out twice a month with
links to resources on rural health issues. The Human Services listserv comes out
monthly with links to resources focused on rural human services.
The Maps section provides North Dakota state maps on a
variety of rural health topics. The maps can be used in grant applications,
reports and other publications.
The ND CAH Quality Network
Newsletter is the quarterly newsletter distributed to Critical Access
Hospitals (CAHs) in the state, as well as Network stakeholders. Each issue
highlights current quality activities among ND CAHs and provides updates related
to the Network's current projects while also providing information on future
Native Aging Visions is produced twice a year by the National
Resource Center on Native American Aging. Serving as a resource for Native
elders, the publication includes program information and updates, research
results and tips for living a healthier life.
The Rural Monitor is the
quarterly newsletter of the Rural Assistance Center. Each issue provides
articles on a variety of rural health and human services issues.
Policy briefs serve as a way to educate policy makers about
pertinent rural health issues including insurance, suicide and workforce issues.
Flex Updates originate from the North
Dakota Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program and are distributed on a
regular basis to North Dakota's hospitals and other key stakeholders. Flex
Updates contain information relevant to rural hospitals such as new initiatives,
funding, legislative and other areas of interest.
Additionally, specific information related to the North Dakota Flex Program are
highlighted in this communication, such as available technical assistance.
Reports — Documents describing the findings from various
Center for Rural Health projects.
Resources - Information and related resources.
Journal articles - that have been submitted to various journals
Testimony — Documents presented as testimony to