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NRHA Journal Recognizes 2018 Article of Year.

The Journal of Rural Health (JRH) has selected “Developing Telemental Health Partnerships Between State Medical Schools and Federally Qualified Health Centers: Navigating the Regulatory Landscape and Policy Recommendations” as its 2018 article of the year. NRHA will recognize its 2018 JRH article of the year at the association's Annual Rural Health Conference May 9 in Atlanta, Ga. The JRH Editorial Board selected the winner from all JRH articles published online last year..

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NRHA comes to Atlanta.

NRHA comes to Atlanta this spring for its flagship event, the association’s 42nd Annual Rural Health Conference May 7-10 at the Marriott Marquis, with unique offerings courtesy of the Magnolia State. .

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Community health workers key to rural oral health.

Improving access to oral health services is a critical need in rural America, and community health workers (CHWs) are a key part of the solution. CHWs live and work in the communities they serve, which makes them uniquely positioned to build relationships with underserved rural and frontier populations.  .

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CDC as a rural resource: Q&A with Diane Hall.

Diane Hall, senior policy analyst at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), discusses CDC’s work in rural health, the importance of data collection, and CDC’s excitement for the upcoming NRHA Annual Rural Health Conference in Atlanta.  .

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Your rural data resources: the people behind the numbers.

Research can be a powerful tool that informs decisions and transforms the way we approach health programs and policies — but the numbers don’t always speak for themselves. To help illustrate the unique nature of rural health, we need people to bring those numbers to life and share research findings within the context of real-life experiences and stories.  .

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