Disease and Injury
The Center for Rural Health supports rural communities in addressing chronic disease and injury by:
- Researching levels of injury and chronic disease burden in North Dakota.
- Evaluating the effectiveness of chronic disease management and support services.
- Promoting healthy lifestyles in rural communities as a means to avoiding chronic disease and injury.
- Assisting communities and facilities in planning and implementing clinical prevention and coordination services.
Rebecca Quinn, MSW, LCSW - Project Director
Most Recent Publications
- Mind Matters
North Dakota is home to the unique annual Mind Matters Conference on brain injury that brings together both healthcare professionals and patients.Author(s): Massmann, N.
Publication: North Dakota Medicine, 41(2), 20-21
Date: July 2016