The Live Where You Work teaching kit, featuring Kate Abraham, MD, MPH, discusses geography’s influence on poverty and access to health care and the difference it makes when you live in the community you serve.
A nonprofit membership organization and key Rural PREP partner providing leadership on rural health issues through advocacy, communication, education, and research
The Adverse Childhood Experiences teaching kit, featuring Neal Bowen, PhD, discusses the array of lifetime negative health outcomes that may result from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the unique challenges they present in a rural setting.
A cooperative of rural training programs and educators whose goal is to cultivate and sustain programs and develop new ones
Nonprofit membership organization promoting health equity and social justice with a commitment to eliminating health disparities, changing faculty promotion and tenure, and increasing funding for community-campus partnerships