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Adamsen Coauthors Report to Improve Cultural Relevance and Accessibility
Mar 10, 2021 -- Collette Adamsen, PhD, coauthored Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs Among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Communities: A Call to Action to Improve Cultural Relevance and Accessibility for the National Council on Aging. The report examines health promotion and disease prevention programs for the different populations.
Behavioral Health Bridge Receives Award, Offers Additional Mental Health Resources
Mar 1, 2021 -- The Behavioral Health Bridge team receives award and launches new modules to website.
Register Now for Virtual Dakota Conference
Mar 1, 2021 -- Registration is open for the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health Virtual Conference on June 2-4.
Dakota Conference Sponsor/Exhibitor Virtual Opportunities
Feb 26, 2021 -- The 36th Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health taking place June 2-4, will be presented virtually. This opens up new opportunities to engage with participants!
Age-Friendly Care in the Great Plains Virtual Symposium
Feb 12, 2021 -- A two-half day symposium sponsored by the Dakota Geriatrics program brings regional experts to discuss the Geriatric 4Ms in patient care specific for American Indian populations in the Great Plains.
Dakota Conference Scholarship Funds
Feb 9, 2021 -- Scholarship funds are available to cover registration costs for the 2021 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health.
Gray Named to an American Psychological Association Standing Committee
Feb 9, 2021 -- Jacqueline Gray, PhD, has been named to the American Psychological Association (APA) Committee on Division/APA Relations for the 2021-2023 term.
2021 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health Will Be Virtual
Feb 8, 2021 -- The annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health will be held virtually this year, June 2-4, complete with keynotes, presentations, and breakout sessions.
Five North Dakota Hospitals Receive Flex Funding
Feb 8, 2021 -- Five Critical Access Hospitals receive funding from the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility (Flex) Program for 2020-2021, for work to maintain access to care for rural North Dakotans.
North Dakota Flex Program 340B Audit Assistance
Jan 28, 2021 -- The Center for Rural Health is accepting North Dakota Critical Access Hospital grant applications for Flex subcontract funding to support financial and operational improvement through a 340B audit.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Caring Foundation Grant Deadline Extended
Jan 27, 2021 -- The Center for Rural Health is pleased to announce that Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Caring Foundation will make funding available for their rural health grant program.
Three Rural Health Clinics Recognized as Top 50 in Country
Jan 12, 2021 -- Three Rural Health Clinics in North Dakota have been recognized in the top 50 of Rural Health Clinics for 2021.
Mental Health Is One of the Biggest Pandemic Issues We'll Face in 2021
Jan 4, 2021 -- As the physical risks of the pandemic become better managed with vaccine progress, the mental darkness of the crisis will be harder to overcome.
Source: Cable News Network
Register Now for Early Bird Rates on Dakota Conference
Jan 1, 2021 -- The 36th Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health is taking place June 2-4, 2021, in Bismarck, North Dakota. If necessary, the conference will be moved to an online format utilizing the same schedule. Register today!
Deadline Approaching! North Dakota Flex Program CAH Grant Applications
Dec 17, 2020 -- The Center for Rural Health is accepting North Dakota Critical Access Hospital grant applications for the 2020-2021 season.
ROPES Project Provides Tools for Opioid Prevention
Dec 8, 2020 -- An eight-county partnership in North Dakota, the Rural Opioid Prevention Education and Support (ROPES) Project, is in its third year of helping to curb the opioid epidemic.
Register Now as a Dakota Conference Sponsor/Exhibitor
Dec 3, 2020 -- The 36th Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health is taking place June 2-4, 2021, in Bismarck, North Dakota. If necessary, the conference will be moved to an online format utilizing the same schedule. Register today to become a sponsor/exhibitor.
Three North Dakota Students Receive Outstanding Research Awards
Dec 1, 2020 -- Ryan Toledo, Marlinda Haudley, and Andrea Kelsch were honored with the 2019 Alan J. Allery Awards at the 17th Annual American Indian Health Research Conference.
2020-2021 North Dakota Flex RFP Released
Nov 23, 2020 -- The North Dakota Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program is pleased to announce that its annual request for proposals is now open to all North Dakota Critical Access Hospitals.
Support National Rural Health Day - Give Blood!
Nov 13, 2020 -- Make an appointment to donate blood between November 16-20 and let Dak Minn Blood Bank know you are there for National Rural Health Day to receive a free promotional item.
Deadline Extended for Scrubs Camp Grant Applications
Oct 30, 2020 -- Host a Scrubs Camp in your community! CRH is accepting grant applications for the 2020-2021 season. Scrubs Camps are a fun and interactive way to introduce healthcare professions to rural students in grades 5-12.
Deadline Approaching! Scrubs Camp Grant Applications Are Due
Oct 23, 2020 -- Are you interested in hosting a Scrubs Camp in your community? CRH is accepting grant applications for the 2020-2021 season. Scrubs Camps are a fun and interactive way to introduce healthcare professions to rural students in grades 5-12.
Rural Public Health Department Keeps County "ON THE MOVE"
Oct 15, 2020 -- City-County Health District creates program to encourage community member to stay active and healthy, and increases programming due to a Health Resources & Services Administration grant.