News & Events
- University of North Dakota Seed Grant Awarded to Study Pediatric Fluoride Varnish Application
Feb 20, 2018 -- Funding will be used to propose research and seek
additional financial support to study fluoride varnish
application among pediatric patients in North Dakota.
- University of North Dakota Grand Challenge Seed Grant Awarded to Support Indigenous Research Capacity
Feb 15, 2018 -- The $3200 grant will focus on creating a tribal research
review board and a tribal research network.
- National POLST Paradigm Endorses North Dakota’s POLST Program
Feb 5, 2018 -- North Dakota's Physician's Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) program is
now endorsed by the National POLST Paradigam Task Force.
- NIEJI Announces 2018 Native Elder Abuse Innovation Award Recipients
Jan 10, 2018 -- The National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative Innovation
Grant Program at the Center for Rural Health awarded
$150,000 to eight Native groups to develop programs to
prevent, identify, and address elder abuse, neglect, and
exploitation in their communities.
- Nominations Still Needed for Outstanding Rural Health Awards
Jan 4, 2018 -- Make your nominations now for the 2018 Dakota Conference
on Rural and Public Health’s Outstanding Rural Health
Awards. We encourage you to nominate a colleague whom you
believe deserving of this statewide recognition.
- Monthly Support Group Offered for Brain Injuries Survivors and Their Families and Caregivers
Jan 3, 2018 -- The North Dakota Brain Injury Network and Community Options
are offering a statewide, monthly support group for brain
injury survivors, their families, and their caregivers.
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- Hoeven Announces Nearly $220,000 Grant for Center for Rural Health
Aug 11, 2017 -- North Dakota Senator John Hoeven announces a nearly
$220,000 grant to support the Center for Rural Health’s
Area Health Education Center Program.
- A Matter of Life and Death
Aug 10, 2017 -- Ralph Renger, from the University of North Dakota’s Center for Rural Health, conducts an EMT training exercise in rural Wyoming that three weeks later turns into an identical situation and ends up saving a life.
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