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  • Where Did North Dakota Physicians Graduate from Medical School and Where Have North Dakota Medical School Graduates Gone?
    Examines where North Dakota Physicians attended medical school and where North Dakota medical school graduates are practicing.
    Project: State Office of Rural Health
    Author(s): Klug, M., Hart, G., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 7
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Residency Locations in North Dakota
    Examines the locations and duration of North Dakota's medical residency positions by specialty.
    Project: State Office of Rural Health
    Author(s): Klug, M., Hart, G., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 6
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Deciding When to Put Grandma in the Nursing Home: Measuring Inclinations to Place Persons with Dementia
    For caregivers of persons with dementia, estimating when that person should be placed in long-term care is difficult. Healthcare providers also find it hard to give an exact time as to when the person should be placed. Using data from 197 caregivers working with the Dementia Care Services Project in North Dakota, we show that asking the caregiver about their inclination to place can be equated to asking them for a specific time to place (k = .616). Using the probability density function of time to place we were able to translate it into inclination. This inclination is easier information for the caregiver to provide and places fewer burdens on the caregiver and patient. It also provides the healthcare provider with a measure of time to help advise caregivers and recommend interventions and provide service organizations with measures of cost savings to support the impact of outreach and intervention. The final, definitive version of this paper has been published in the American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias, Vol 27/Issue 4, June 2012 by SAGE Publications Ltd./SAGE Publications, Inc., All rights reserved.
    Author(s): Klug, M.G., Volkov, B., Muus, K., & Halaas, G.W.
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Journal Article
  • Growing Our Own: Building a Native Research Team
    This article highlights the team growth, increasing structure, student needs and the faculty and staff involved. It further addresses the support and educational aspects of growing an ongoing, multidisciplinary research team committed to ethical research in Native communities.
    Projects: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative, National Resource Center on Native American Aging
    Author(s): Gray, J.S., & Carter, P.M.
    Publication: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 44(2), 160-165
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Journal Article
  • The Interrelationship Between the Society of Indian Psychologists and Counseling Psychology
    This article examines the interrelationship between SIP and counseling psychology, given their shared beliefs in social justice and culturally competent research, training, and service. Some of the early history of SIP is presented as well as the landmark moments for the organization.
    Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
    Author(s): Gray, J., Carter, P., LaFromboise, T., BigFoot, D.
    Publication: The Counseling Psychologist, 40(5), 685-698
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Journal Article
  • Primary Care Workforce Project Report
    Highlights a one-day rural Primary Care Symposium which featured focus groups that gathered input from a variety of community members about improving access to primary care services, raising awareness of local and state efforts to recruit ND youth for healthcare (specifically primary care) professions, and encouraging ND youth to remain in or return to the state after graduation.
    Project: State Office of Rural Health
    Author(s): Hart, G., Wynne, J., & Dickson, L.
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Report
  • Report on Community Health Worker Programs
    Presents examples of Community Health Worker programs in numerous states. Gathers information to assist in establishing a CHW program in North Dakota. Includes CHW programs in Minnesota, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, Colorado, Washington, and Wisconsin.
    Project: Area Health Education Center Program
    Author(s): Dickson, L., & Yahna, R.
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Report
  • Characteristics of US Medical Graduates and International Medical Graduates in North Dakota
    Examines where North Dakota's physicians attended medical school, their specialties and location of practice.
    Project: State Office of Rural Health
    Author(s): Klug, M., Hart, G., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 5B
    Date: May 2012
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Demographics of International Medical Graduates in North Dakota
    Examines where North Dakota's International Medical Graduates are from, what they specialize in and where they practice.
    Project: State Office of Rural Health
    Author(s): Klug, M., Hart, G., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 5A
    Date: May 2012
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Non-Direct Patient Care Physicians in North Dakota
    Examines where non-direct patient care physicians are located by sex and rurality in North Dakota.
    Project: State Office of Rural Health
    Author(s): Klug, M., Hart, G., Peterson, M.
    Publication: North Dakota Health Workforce Fact Sheet Series, Number 4
    Date: May 2012
    Type: Fact Sheet