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Mental health in a pandemic.

Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center co-project directors Thomasine Heitkamp and Dennis Mohatt discuss the coronavirus outbreak’s effects on mental health, telehealth services, and the disparities already present in rural communities..

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CDC on rural COVID-19 response.

Diane Hall is a senior policy analyst with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and lead for the CDC’s Minority Health and Rural Health Team on COVID-19 response. .

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COVID-19 relief: No margin for error.

As agencies and institutions sounded alarms indicating the spread of the novel coronavirus, NRHA advocates went into high gear. Foremost among NRHA’s concerns for rural health care were hospital cash flow and support for provider agility in the crisis..

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Rural child social workers offer pandemic perspective.

The allure of being a child social worker in a rural area is strong. Social workers who decide to work in smaller communities may forgo an abundance of resources to support families, but they gain slower-paced, socially supportive neighborhoods with strong connections to the natural environment. So what happens during a first-in-our-lifetime pandemic in communities already lacking in resources? It gets complicated..

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2020 Journal of Rural Health article of the year.

The Journal of Rural Health , NRHA’s quarterly, scholarly publication, recognizes its 2020 Article of the Year, selected by the JRH Editorial Board from all articles published online last year. The 2020 Article of the Year is “Utilization of Interactive Clinical Video Telemedicine by Rural and Urban Veterans in the Veterans Health Administration Health Care System” by Scott V. Adams, PhD; Michael J. Mader, MS; Mary J. Bollinger, PhD; Edwin S. Wong, PhD; Teresa J. Hudson....

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