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2018

Fifth Biennial Report: Health Issues for the State of North Dakota, 2019
Now in its fifth edition, the report is a detailed look at the status of health, healthcare delivery, and the healthcare workforce across the state. It is the most up-to-date and comprehensive analysis of these issues available anywhere, and is the result of a collaborative effort of the Center for Rural Health, the School, and the School's Advisory Council.
Author(s): UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences
Date: November 2018
Impact and Likelihood of Behavioral Health Workforce Interventions
This report presents the results of a survey assessing the impact and likelihood of several behavioral health workforce interventions proposed for North Dakota.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Vanderzanden, K.
Date: April 2018

2017

Telebehavioral Health in North Dakota: 2017
This report provides an overview of the telebehavioral health services that exist within North Dakota.
Author(s): Dickson, L., Besse, R.
Date: October 2017
North Dakota Nursing Facility Workforce Survey Chartbook: 2016
This chartbook provides an overview of workforce-related factors in nursing facilities across North Dakota.
Author(s): Hart, G., Besse, R., Peterson, M.
Date: September 2017
Scrubs Project Report
Project report for Rural Collaborative Opportunities for Occupational Learning (R-COOL-Health) Scrubs Camps and Scrubs Academy.
Author(s): Nissen, K.
Date: August 2017

2016

Fourth Biennial Report: Health Issues for the State of North Dakota, 2017
Now in its fourth edition, the Report is a detailed look at the status of health, healthcare delivery, and the healthcare workforce across the state. It is the most up-to-date and comprehensive analysis of these issues available anywhere, and is the result of a collaborative effort of the Center for Rural Health, the School, and the School’s Advisory Council.
Author(s): UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences
Date: December 2016
Challenges and Solutions Facing EMS in Supporting the IOM Recommendation for a National Cardiac Arrest Registry: A System Perspective
This white paper uses systems theory to focus on the feasibility of the Institute of Medicine’s recommendation to support a national cardiac arrest registry.
Author(s): Renger, R., Qin, X, Rice, D., Foltysova, J., Souvannasacd, E., Renger, J. Markwart, B., Hart, G., Bjerke, M.B.
Date: September 2016
Dentists Providing Oral Healthcare to Long Term Care Residents: Survey Chartbook & Four North Dakota Case Studies
The survey was to assist in identifying providers for case study, and to identify barriers to providing care in long term care facilities.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Bright, P.
Date: July 2016
Fluoride Varnish Application among North Dakota Family Practice Physicians & Pediatricians: 2016 Chartbook
Pediatricians and family practice physicians in North Dakota completed a survey to examine fluoride varnish application in clinical practices.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Ahmed, A.
Date: July 2016
Post-Assessment of the Long Term Care Oral Health Program: Aggregate Report
Comprehensive report of North Dakota Long Term Care Facilities participating in the state’s LTC Oral Health Program. Discusses aggregate results, identifies program successes and failures, as well as perceptions of the program from the perspective of administrative and direct care staff.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Bright, P., Fix, N.
Date: July 2016
Oral Health Services and Barriers to Care in North Dakota Long Term Care Facilities: Chartbook
Long term care facility staff completed a survey to identify current oral health practices, and barriers to providing oral healthcare to facility residents in North Dakota.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Bright, P.
Date: March 2016
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota “Official Sponsor of Recess” Rural Grant Program, Year 10
Describes wellness programs funded to rural North Dakota communities through the Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Rural Grant Program.
Author(s): Nissen, K., and Reiten, J.
Date: February 2016
Exploring Rural and Urban Mortality
Exploring Rural and Urban Mortality Differences examines the impact of rurality on mortality and explores regional differences in mortality rates. This study used a quantitative analysis approach drawing upon the data available from the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) at CDC WONDER. Exploring Rural and Urban Mortality Differences contains visual aids which displays indicators of mortality rates by cause of death (multiple cause of death), age group, rural-urban status, region, and sex for populations 15 years of age and older cross-referenced to tables and statistical results.
Author(s): Knudson, A., Meit, M., Tanenbaum, E., Brady, J., Gilbert, T., Klug, M., Arsen, E., Popat, S., Schroeder, S.
Date: February 2016

2015

Intra Rural and Urban Primary Care Physician Findings: AAMC 2009 Physician Survey of Primary Care Chartbook
This publication was produced for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Rural Health Policy by Gary Hart Associated under HRSA contract. The report utilizes primary care physician (PCP) survey data, collected by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) in 2009/2010 shortly before the Affordable Care Act was made law to preserve a baseline from which to compare future post Affordable Care Act implementation surveys.
Author(s): Hart, G.
Date: February 2015