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Publications

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

2022

Rural Health Research Recap - Rural Mental Health
This recap examines research regarding serious mental illness and treatment, and looks at the differences between urban and rural counties, and adults and children.
Project: Rural Health Research Gateway
Author(s): Ostmo, P., Rosencrans, J.
Date: September 2022
Type: Fact Sheet
Identifying Our Needs: A Survey of Elders
Presented on August 8, 2022 to the Advancing Native Students in Aging Research course, University of Minnesota
Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Dionne, J
Date: August 2022
Type: Presentation
Rural Health Research Gateway's Top Three Countdown, 2022
The Rural Health Research Gateway is funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy with the primary purpose of sharing the work of the federally-funded Rural Health Research Centers. These annual website analytics offer a glimpse into the public's rural health research interests.
Project: Rural Health Research Gateway
Author(s): Ostmo, P.
Date: July 2022
Type: Fact Sheet
Assessing the Effect of COVID-19 on the Well-Being of North Dakota Hospital Employees
Presented on May 12, 2022 at the National Rural Health Association Annual Rural Health Conference.
Project: State Office of Rural Health
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Kelly, D.
Date: May 2022
Type: Presentation
Mental Health Needs of Hospital Workforce
A study was conducted in 2021 to examine the mental well-being of hospital workforce.
Project: Healthcare Workforce Group
Author(s): Pierce, J.
Publication: Focus on Rural Health
Date: May 2022
Type: Article
The Three Sisters Garden: A Cultural Approach to Cultivating American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) Psychological Service Providers
The Three Sisters Model is training for behavioral health students to learn culturally-competent approaches to working with American Indian/Alaska Native communities.
Author(s): Gray, J., Wheeler, M., Bender, N.
Publication: Psychological Services
Date: April 2022
Type: Journal Article
Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Burnout, and Professional Quality of Life Among the Hospital Workforce During a Global Health Pandemic
Research of hospital staff during the summer of 2021 examined levels of anxiety, stress, burnout, and depression during a global health pandemic, and compared urban healthcare staff versus rural healthcare staff.
Project: Healthcare Workforce Group
Author(s): Kelly, D., Schroeder, S., Leighton, K.
Publication: The Journal of Rural Health
Date: March 2022
Type: Journal Article
North Dakota Alzheimer's and Dementia State Plan
The North Dakota Alzheimer's and Dementia State Plan addresses needs, resources, and services for those living with, or supporting those living with, people with Alzheimer's and other dementias in North Dakota.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Quinn, R., Hand, L., Dobervich, G.
Date: March 2022
Type: Report
North Dakota Alzheimer's and Dementia State Plan
This plan reviewed data, identified strengths and opportunities, and worked to address resources and services for those living with Alzheimer's or other dementias, and their families, in North Dakota.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Quinn, R., Hand, L., Dobervich, G.
Date: March 2022
Type: Report
Gateway to Rural Health Research
The Rural Health Research Gateway provides timely access to research and findings of the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy-funded Rural Health Research Centers along with dissemination tools to share the research with a variety of audiences.
Project: Rural Health Research Gateway
Author(s): Pierce, J.
Publication: Focus on Rural Health
Date: February 2022
Type: Article