Items from the past 180 days
Art Display Promotes Brain Injury Awareness
Mar 1, 2020 -- Art display in Fargo, North Dakota, will showcase the work of brain injury survivors in the state.
Schroeder Leads Work to Determine Mental Health Training, Assistance Needs in Region 8
Feb 13, 2020 -- Shawnda Schroeder serves as lead researcher and author on mental health training products.
Several North Dakota Communities Receive Grants to Further Activity and Wellness
Feb 13, 2020 -- The Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Caring Foundation Rural Health Grant Program awarded grants to several North Dakota communities to promote physical activity and overall wellness for all ages.
Community Showcases Give Glimpse of Rural Healthcare Opportunities
Feb 12, 2020 -- A number of community showcases are scheduled for those interested in potential healthcare careers in North Dakota facilities.
Rural Communities Opioid Response Program - Implementation
Feb 11, 2020 -- The program provides funding to strengthen and expand substance use disorder/opioid use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery service delivery in rural communities.
Register Now for the CAH Preconference and the Respirator Fit Testing Training
Feb 10, 2020 -- A CAH Preconference and Respirator Fit Testing Training will be held in conjunction with the Dakota Conference.
Deadline Approaching: Register Now as a Dakota Conference Sponsor/Exhibitor
Feb 6, 2020 -- The deadline for the 2020 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health sponsor/exhibitor registration is March 6.
New Grant Expands Coverage for Mental Health in North Dakota
Jan 29, 2020 -- A new grant from the Department of Corrections and Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota allows for victims of crime to receive help for mental health issues.
Rural Health Award Nominations Close on Friday
Jan 27, 2020 -- The Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health planning committee is soliciting nominations for the Outstanding Rural Health Awards. Deadline to submit is January 31 at noon.
Submit Your Scrubs Academy I & II Applications - Deadline Approaching!
Jan 14, 2020 -- The R-COOL-Health Scrubs Academy application deadline is February 13, 2020. The four-day, three-night camps encourages North Dakota middle and high school students to pursue a career in healthcare.
DaCCoTA Pilot Projects Team Announces Requests for Applications
Jan 10, 2020 -- The DaCCoTA Pilot Projects team announced a new request for applications.
Submit a Rural Health Award Nomination
Jan 7, 2020 -- The Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health planning committee is soliciting nominations for the Outstanding Rural Health Awards.
A Grand Forks Agency Helps Native Elders - One Data Set at a Time
Dec 21, 2019 -- The National Resource Center on Native American Aging helps tribes care for their elders, and the data it helps them collect can be a useful tool for further advocacy and funding. Resource center staff celebrated 25 years this week.
Source: Grand Forks Herald
National Resource Center on Native American Aging Celebrates 25 Years with Gala Event
Dec 19, 2019 -- The National Resource Center on Native American Aging celebrated 25 years of helping Native American elders December 18, 2019, at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Davis Souvannasacd Chosen for Native Nation Rebuilders Fellowship Program
Dec 12, 2019 -- Courtney Davis Souvannasacd is among 15 Native leaders chosen for the Native Governance Center's Native Nation Rebuilders fellowship program.
National Resource Center on Native American Aging Celebrating 25 Years
Dec 12, 2019 -- The National Resource Center for Native American Aging is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
More than 1,300 Students to Participate in Annual Scrubs Camps
Nov 15, 2019 -- Seventeen North Dakota communities are hosting Scrubs Camps in the program's 11th year. About 1,325 students in grades 5-12 will participate in the camps, which are designed to teach youth about local healthcare career options.
Schroeder Presents at WONCA World Rural Health Conference
Nov 15, 2019 -- Shawnda Schroeder presented on the benefits of developing interdisciplinary teams and working with rural communities to conduct research with a local impact at the WONCA World Rural Health Conference.
Deadline Approaching! North Dakota Flex Program CAH Grant Applications
Nov 14, 2019 -- The Center for Rural Health is accepting North Dakota Critical Access Hospital grant applications for the 2019-2020 season.
Addressing Farm Stress Webinar Series
Nov 14, 2019 -- A webinar from the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center that addresses farming stress.
Cooperstown Medical Center Family Nurse Practitioner Recognized as 2019 "Community Star"
Nov 13, 2019 -- Debra Middleton a family health nurse practitioner with Cooperstown Medical Center in Cooperstown, will appear in the 2019 Community Stars book.
Register Now for Early Bird Rates on Dakota Conference
Nov 13, 2019 -- The 35th Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health is taking place June 3-5, 2020 in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Register today!
Three North Dakota Students Receive Outstanding Research Awards
Nov 1, 2019 -- 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.
New "Provider's Perspective" Video Available
Nov 1, 2019 -- "Provider's Perspective" video features Fargo speech-language pathologist as well as a brain injury survivor.
Register Now as a Dakota Conference Sponsor/Exhibitor
Oct 31, 2019 -- The 35th Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health is taking place June 3-5, 2020 in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Register today to become a sponsor/exhibitor.
Rural Health Award Nominees Sought, Dakota Conference Scholarship Funds
Oct 23, 2019 -- The Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health planning committee is soliciting nominations for the Outstanding Rural Health Awards. Also, scholarship funds are available to cover registration costs for the conference.
Deadline Approaching! Scrubs Camp Grant Applications
Oct 17, 2019 -- Are you interested in hosting a Scrubs Camp in your community? CRH is accepting grant applications for the 2019-2020 season. Scrubs Camps are a fun and interactive way to introduce healthcare professions to rural students in grades 5-12.
Sande Presents at National and International Conferences
Oct 13, 2019 -- Kristine Sande presents at the WONCA World Rural Health Conference and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health Annual Meeting.
Elder Abuse Is Topic of Gray's October Conference Presentations
Oct 11, 2019 -- Jacque Gray talks about elder abuse at conferences in October.
Deadline Extended! Call for Presentations: 2020 Dakota Conference
Oct 10, 2019 -- Rural and public health professionals are encouraged to submit abstracts for the 2020 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health. The deadline to submit is October 23.
Davis Souvannasacd Participates on History Panel at UND Conference
Oct 9, 2019 -- Courtney Davis Souvannasacd discussed Indigenous Peoples Day at the 19th Annual Red River Women's Studies Conference at the University of North Dakota.
CHNA Team Visited 26 North Dakota Communities in 2019
Oct 9, 2019 -- The Center for Rural Health Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) team has visited 26 North Dakota communities in 2019 in an effort to help them identify their changing health needs.
Quinn Named to Editorial Board of The Brain Health Magazine
Oct 8, 2019 -- Rebecca Quinn of the Center for Rural Health was named to the editorial board of The Brain Health Magazine.
National Rural Health Day Photo Contest
Oct 8, 2019 -- The Center for Rural Health, in partnership with the North Dakota Rural Health Association, is hosting a photo contest. The deadline to enter is November 15.
National Rural Health Day Video Available
Oct 2, 2019 -- This Center for Rural Health video was created to help celebrate National Rural Health Day and to promote the #powerofrural.
NIEJI Announces 2018 Native Elder Abuse Innovation Award Recipients
Oct 1, 2019 -- 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.