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Publications

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

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2021

The Challenges of Providing Preventive Health Care in Rural America
This journal article examines the challenges of providing preventative healthcare in rural communities, where populations are older, sicker, and poorer, with less access to healthcare.
Project: Rural Health Information Hub
Author(s): Collett, D., Miller Temple, K., Wells, R.
Publication: Physician Assistant Clinics, 6(4)
Date: September 2021
Type: Journal Article
The Association of Cultural Participation and Social Engagement with Self-Reported Diagnosis of Memory Problems Among American Indian and Alaska Native Elders
This research examines the association of cultural participation and social engagement with older American Indians and Alaska Natives with self-reported diagnosis of memory problems, and how low rates of participation and engagement can increase problems with memory.
Project: National Resource Center on Native American Aging
Author(s): Adamsen, C., Manson, S., Jiang, L.
Publication: Journal of Aging and Health, 33(7-8S), 60S-67S
Date: June 2021
Type: Journal Article
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and Two Spirit Elderly
This article looks at Elder abuse and Two Spirit elderly, and the connections between them.
Project: National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative
Author(s): Gray, J.
Publication: TSLGBTQ
Date: June 2021
Type: Journal Article
Challenges Faced by Rural Primary Care Providers When Caring for COPD Patients in the Western United States
This paper examines challenges faced by primary care providers when caring for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients in rural U.S.
Author(s): Diaz Del Valle, F., Koff, P., Min, S., Zakrajsek, J., Zittleman, L., Fernald, D., Nederveld, A., Nease, D., Hunter, A., Moody, E., Miller Temple, K., Niblock, J., Grund, C., Oser, T., Greiner, K.
Publication: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases
Date: May 2021
Type: Journal Article
Rumination and Quality of Life Among Northern Plains Indians
This paper looks at the influence of rumination, a therapeutic mechanism, on the quality of life among Northern Plains Indians and mental health.
Author(s): Isaacs, D.S., Tehee, M., Gray, J.
Publication: Psychological Services
Date: May 2021
Type: Journal Article
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
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

2020

The Role of Rural and Urban Geography and Gender in Community Stigma Around Mental Illness
This article describes the role of gender and rural-urban living in perceptions about mental illness in North Dakota. Results are based off of a survey conducted in the fall of 2018; the survey was completed by 749 North Dakota residents.
Project: Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Tan, C.M., Urlacher, B., Heitkamp, T.
Publication: Health Education & Behavior
Date: November 2020
Type: Journal Article
Student Connectivity in Online Programs: Role of the Nurse Faculty
This study explored the level of connectivity among online nurse practitioner students. The results indicate that nursing faculty must develop high-quality online learning environments with strong teaching methods. Universities should offer professional mentorship to transition nurse clinicians into successful online nurse educators.
Author(s): Schroeder, S., Shogren, M., Terras, K.
Publication: The Journal for Nurse Practitioners
Date: November 2020
Type: Journal Article
Introduction to the Special Issue: Advocacy in Public Service Settings
This is an introduction to a special online issue of Psychological Services which describes the efforts to further behavioral health advocacy in public service settings.
Author(s): Gray, J., Kaslow, N., Allbaugh, L.
Publication: Psychological Services, 17(S1), 1-4
Date: June 2020
Type: Journal Article