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Lynette Dickson, MS, RD, LRD
Associate Director

Lynette Dickson is an Associate Director of Community Outreach and Engagement, at the Center for Rural Health (CRH) at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Grand Forks. She has been with the Center since February 2003.

Projects

Most Recent Publications

  • Telebehavioral Health in North Dakota: 2017
    This report provides an overview of the telebehavioral health services that exist within North Dakota.
    Author(s): Dickson, L., Besse, R.
    Date: October 2017
    Type: Report
  • North Dakota Hospital Assessment: 2014 Chartbook
    This Chartbook presents the findings of the 2014 survey of hospitals in North Dakota. This resource does not provide analysis or discussion of the results, but instead, offers a graphic discourse on the current hospital environment in the state. Output includes aggregate data stratified by geographic region (Northwest, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest) and hospital type (CAH or tertiary).
    Author(s): Schroeder, S., Hart, G., Gibbens, B., Dickson, L., Peterson, M. & Ahmed, A.
    Date: December 2014
    Type: Report
  • Adoption of Electronic Health Records in North Dakota
    Discusses electronic medical records in North Dakota, meaningful use, adoption of EHRs, and challenges.
    Author(s): Dickson, L.
    Date: February 2013
    Type: Fact Sheet
  • Environmental Scan of Health Information Technology (HIT) Adoption amongst North Dakota Healthcare Entities
    Assesses the level of adoption of electronic health records (EHR) and telehealth; and health information technology workforce in hospitals, independent rural clinics, community health centers, clinical laboratories, pharmacies, long term care, and local public health units and departments throughout North Dakota.
    Author(s): Dickson, L., Nissen, K., Wolf, S., Peterson, C., & Willis, N.
    Date: July 2012
    Type: Report
  • 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.
    Author(s): Hart, G., Wynne, J., & Dickson, L.
    Date: June 2012
    Type: Report
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