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Kay Miller Temple, MD
Web Writer

With a perspective gained from providing direct patient care for more than 30 years and a master's degree in journalism and mass communication, Kay Miller Temple writes for the Rural Health Information Hub at the Center for Rural Health within the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Grand Forks.

Projects

Most Recent Publications & Presentations

Targeted Rural Health Education Project
Presented on June 8, 2023 to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Health Equity Conference in Washington, D.C.
Author(s): Miller Temple, K., Kusler, S., Schmitz, D.
Date: June 2023
Type: Presentation
StoryCorps: TRHE Project
Colleagues Kay Miller Temple and David Schmitz talk about the Targeted Rural Health Education project and discuss how health equity is being improved in rural areas.
Author(s): Miller Temple, K., Schmitz, D.
Date: June 2023
Type: Presentation
Rural Housing Solutions
Presented on May 11, 2022 at the National Rural Health Association Annual Rural Health Conference.
Project: Rural Health Information Hub
Author(s): Miller Temple, K., Reese, J., Reddy, A.
Date: May 2022
Type: Presentation
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
Rural Community Engagement: The Key to Getting New Science to the Rural End User
Presented on Jun 18, 2021 at the Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity Annual Symposium, Virtual
Project: Rural Health Information Hub
Author(s): Miller Temple, K.
Date: June 2021
Type: Presentation

Additional Publications

View Kay's publications in the Rural Health Information Hub's Rural Monitor.