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  • Non-Direct Patient Care Physicians in North Dakota
    Examines the distribution and characteristics of physicians who do not have regular contact with patients.
    Author(s): Hart, G., Besse, R., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 29
    Date: August 2017
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Type of Employment for Physicians in North Dakota
    Categorizes North Dakota physicians’ primary types of employment by practice setting.
    Author(s): Hart, G., Besse, R., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 28
    Date: August 2017
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Demographics of Direct Patient Care Physicians in North Dakota
    Examines where direct patient care physicians are practicing in North Dakota and some of the characteristics of those doctors.
    Author(s): Hart, G., Besse, R., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 27
    Date: August 2017
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Availability of Direct Patient Care Physicians in North Dakota
    Examines the rural/urban ratios of physicians, where they trained, and some of their characteristics.
    Author(s): Hart, G., Besse, R., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 26
    Date: August 2017
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Defining Systems to Evaluate System Efficiency and Effectiveness
    Article focuses on the application of systems thinking, systems theory and systems evaluation theory (SET) in evaluating of modern day systems efficiency and effectiveness.
    Author(s): Renger, R., Foltysova, J., Renger, J., Booze, W.
    Publication: Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 17(3), 4-13
    Date: August 2017
    Type: Journal Article
  • Home is Where the Heart Is: Insights on the Coordination and Delivery of Home Health Services in Rural America
    Access to home health in rural areas is an important public policy concern, particularly with the growing number of older adults residing in rural America. This qualitative study seeks to better understand how home health services are provided in rural areas, and identifies facilitators and barriers to providing care.
    Author(s): Knudson, A., Anderson, B., Schueler, K., Arsen, E.
    Date: August 2017
    Type: Policy Brief
  • 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
    Type: Report
  • Native Aging Visions, Summer 2017
    Newsletter developed by the National Resource Center on Native American Aging.
    Author(s): National Resource Center on Native American Aging
    Date: July 2017
    Type: Newsletter
  • Use of the Emergency Department for Mental Health and Substance Abuse among Women
    A study by the Rural Health Reform Research Center shows that women with mental health (MH) and substance abuse (SA) issues are putting a strain on emergency departments (EDs). This study helps identify trends among women in rural and urban communities who utilize the ED for MH/SA. The information can be used to help communities provide more relevant, appropriate, and less costly care.
    Author(s): Schroeder, S., Peterson, M., Jaeger, J.
    Date: July 2017
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • A Wider Lens
    Statewide Community Showcases give medical students and residents the chance to connect with North Dakota healthcare facilities in hopes to improve workforce recruitment and retention.
    Author(s): Kusler, S.
    Publication: North Dakota Medicine, 42(2), 26-27
    Date: June 2017
    Type: Magazine
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