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Publications

The Center for Rural Health produces publications of several types, including maps and presentations.

2021

The Relationship Between Diabetes and Oral Health Status, and Dental Visits Among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Elders
This research examines the rates of diabetes, oral health, and number of dental visits in American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian populations, and the need to increase oral health literacy and dental visits among Elders with diabetes.
Projects: National Resource Center on Native American Aging, Oral Health Research and Evaluation
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Besse, R., Schroeder, S.
Publication: Journal of the American Dental Association, 152(4), 293-301
Date: April 2021
Type: Journal Article
Understanding Rural Communities: What Makes Them Unique and Why It Matters in Medical and Health Sciences Education
Presented on Apr 15, 2021 at the Faculty Development Series, University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences
Project: State Office of Rural Health
Author(s): Gibbens, B.
Date: April 2021
Type: Presentation
Building on Success
The North Dakota Critical Access Hospital (CAH) Quality Network has found success after working with CAHs for 13 years.
Project: CAH Quality Network
Author(s): Pierce, J.
Publication: Focus on Rural Health
Date: March 2021
Type: Article
Student Connectivity in Online Programs: Role of the Nurse Faculty
This article shares results of a survey exploring online student connectivity of graduate nurse practitioner students.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Shogren, M., Terras, K.
Publication: The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 17(3), 329-334
Date: March 2021
Type: Journal Article
CEO Turnover in Rural Hospitals
National Rural Health Association Fellows Program published a policy paper on Rural Hospital CEO Turnover. The article interviews one of the authors, Matt Shahan, for a more in-depth look.
Author(s): Pierce, J.
Publication: Focus on Rural Health
Date: February 2021
Type: Article
Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs Among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Communities: A Call to Action to Improve Cultural Relevance and Accessibility
The report shared information about evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention programs within American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities.
Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Bendixen, B., Woodrich-Fernando, M., Goins, T., Joe, J.
Date: February 2021
Type: Report
Perspectives from Older Americans Act Title VI Directors and Staff on Health Promotion Programs in Indigenous Communities
This one-page report shares results from a survey of Title VI program staff. The survey addressed various factors such as needs for health and well-being of elders, top program interests, valuable partnerships, and more.
Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Bendixen, B., Woodrich-Fernando, M., Goins, T., Joe, J.
Date: February 2021
Type: Report
Successful Strategies & Lessons Learned from Implementing Evidence-Based Programs in American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Communities
This report highlights successful strategies and lessons learned for enhancing program planning and delivery in American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities.
Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Bendixen, B., Woodrich-Fernando, M., Goins, T., Joe, J.
Date: February 2021
Type: Report
The Voices of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Elders: Recommendations for Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs
This one-page report focuses on what Elder American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian shared from their perspectives on aging, health, and what community-based programs can do to support them.
Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Bendixen, B., Woodrich-Fernando, M., Goins, T., Joe, J.
Date: February 2021
Type: Report
Behavioral Health Bridge Helps People Deal with Challenges of COVID-19
The Behavioral Health Bridge is a free website developed to provide information for individuals experiencing common behavioral health conditions related to coping with stress and other behavioral health concerns related to COVID-19.
Project: Behavioral Health Bridge
Author(s): Pierce, J.
Publication: Focus on Rural Health
Date: January 2021
Type: Article