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Free Online Video Lecture Series "Reframing the Conversation for Elder Abuse" Is Available
Jul 15, 2019 -- A free online video series is designed to reframe public communications about elder abuse.

NDBIN Staff Shares Tips on Brain Injury Prevention
Jul 10, 2019 -- NDBIN Outreach Coordinator Carly Endres talked about brain injury prevention at the Nelson County, North Dakota, safety day.

NDBIN Opens Call for Presentations for 2020 Mind Matters Conference
Jul 10, 2019 -- North Dakota Brain Injury Network's call for presentations for the 2020 Mind Matters Conference closes September 16.

Adamsen and Ward Present on Needs Assessment at National Conference
Jul 2, 2019 -- Collette Adamson and Cole Ward, both of the National Resource Center on Native American Aging at the Center for Rural Health, presented on their project's needs assessment at the Age+Action Conference June 18 in Washington, D.C.

Quinn Shares Brain Injury Information at Educational Event
Jul 2, 2019 -- Rebecca Quinn shared an overview of brain injury June 25 at an educational event in New Town, North Dakota.

Scrubs Academy Teaches Middle-Schoolers About Medical Careers
Jun 25, 2019 -- There are 84 middle school students from around the region attending the Scrubs Academy and the hope is those students will someday help fill much-needed positions across the medical field.
Source: Grand Forks Herald

CRH Hosts the Rural Leadership North Dakota Group
Jun 20, 2019 -- The Rural Leadership North Dakota group met with Center for Rural Health (CRH) staff to learn about programs and projects happening in North Dakota.

Traveling Research Exhibit Visiting Grand Forks
Jun 18, 2019 -- The All of Us Journey traveling research exhibit is visiting Grand Forks June 17-21.

CRH Staff Participate in Dakota Conference
Jun 18, 2019 -- Several members of the Center for Rural Health staff presented at the Dakota Conference and facilitated small-group discussions.

CRH Staff Participating in TRHE Webinar
Jun 18, 2019 -- Center for Rural Health staff are among those offering free webinar on the Targeted Rural Health Education project June 27.

Rural and Public Health Awardees Honored
Jun 13, 2019 -- The Outstanding Rural and Public Health Award recipients for 2019 were recognized at the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health's annual banquet on June 12 in Minot.

Schroeder Named to Research Committee
Jun 13, 2019 -- Shawnda Schroeder was chosen to serve on the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences' Research Committee.

Adamsen and Ward Present at Title VI Cluster Training
Jun 13, 2019 -- Collette Adamson and Cole Ward, both of the National Resource Center on Native American Aging at the Center for Rural Health, gave two presentations at the Title VI Cluster Training May 21-22 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Gray Gives Presentation in Remote Alaskan Village
Jun 13, 2019 -- Jacque Gray discussed elder abuse at a conference in a remote Alaskan village.

Addressing Rural Mental Health Webinar Series
Jun 10, 2019 -- A four part webinar series from the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center.

North Dakota Hospitals Named Among Top 20 in U.S.
May 30, 2019 -- The National Rural Health Association has announced several rural Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in North Dakota have been named among the 20 highest-ranked CAHs in the nation or were singled out as Best Practice recipients.

Community Health Needs Assessment Successfully Completed
May 20, 2019 -- CHI St. Alexius Health, Carrington, and Foster County Public Health received assistance in conducting the community health needs assessment from the Center for Rural Health.
Source: New Rockford Transcript

Gray Speaks at Elder Abuse Conference
May 17, 2019 -- Jacque Gray was among the speakers at the Eighth Annual Taking a Stand Against Elder Abuse Conference in Fort Hall, Idaho.

National Rural Health Association Features CRH Programs
May 16, 2019 -- Shawnda Schroeder and Kristine Sande discussed their programs in the April 16 edition of the National Rural Health Association's Rural Horizons magazine.

Gray Writes Chapter on Multicultural Feminist Therapy
May 15, 2019 -- Jacque Gray wrote a chapter in a recently released book discussing intervention strategies clinicians can use when working with minority girls.

Early Bird Deadline is May 10! Register Now to Save on Dakota Conference
May 2, 2019 -- To meet the early bird deadline, registration and payment for the Dakota Conference are due May 10.

Rural Communities Opioid Response Program - Medication-Assisted Treatment Expansion
Apr 30, 2019 -- Funding opportunity for rural opioid medication-assisted treatment.

Webinar: Rural Mental Health Disparities and Workforce Implications
Apr 23, 2019 -- This webinar is part one in a series addressing rural mental health. As the first in the series, this webinar will provide a basic introduction to rural mental health. Presenters will discuss the definition of rural, rural demographics, and data on rural mental health and mental health disparities. Speakers will also present rural issues of access, acceptability, and availability of rural mental healthcare services. Several resources will be shared for participants to find additional data, policy briefs, funding opportunities, best practices, and toolkits specifically addressing rural mental health.

'Not Just a Hospital': Rural Hospitals are Vital to Small Towns
Apr 21, 2019 -- Rural hospitals are incredibly important to rural North Dakotans and rural healthcare could be in jeopardy as many rural hospitals struggle to turn a profit.
Source: Grand Forks Herald

Deadline is Fast Approaching: Register Now for Early Bird Rates on Dakota Conference
Apr 15, 2019 -- The Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health is taking place June 11-13 in Minot, North Dakota.

Gray Gives Training on Tribal Codes Related to Elder Abuse
Apr 5, 2019 -- Jacque Gray, PhD, provided training for Native American tribes on how to set up tribal codes related to elder abuse.

Funding Opportunity: Rural Communities Opioid Response Program
Mar 7, 2019 -- Rural Communities Opioid Response Program funding opportunity is aimed at helping rural communities at the highest risk.

Help Identify North Dakota Mental Health Needs
Mar 5, 2019 -- The Center for Rural Health is inviting all North Dakota mental health stakeholders to complete a short survey to assist in identifying training needs in the state.

NDBIN in the National Spotlight
Mar 5, 2019 -- North Dakota Brain Injury Network (NDBIN) featured in National Association of State Head Injury Administrators March newsletter.

Statewide CAH Quality Network Meeting & Palliative Care Meeting
Feb 26, 2019 -- The annual statewide meeting is a chance for all Critical Access Hospital (CAH) Quality Network members to come together in person and discuss pertinent issues regarding healthcare quality in North Dakota.

2019 Mind Matters Conference
Feb 21, 2019 -- Registration for the 2019 Mind Matters Conference is now open. This annual two-day annual conference features nationally renowned speakers and highlights new research, trends, practice strategies, and collaborative models of care.

Deadline Approaching: Register Now as a Dakota Conference Sponsor/Exhibitor
Feb 21, 2019 -- The deadline for the 2019 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health sponsor/exhibitor registration is March 7.