This presentation by Jennifer Burges and Marcia Ward looks into the relationship between policy, research, and FORHP with examples of when research has influenced policy and federal programs and when policy has influenced research.
Increased medical school class sizes and new medical schools have not addressed the workforce inadequacies in primary care or underserved settings. This article outlines admissions strategies to recruit students likely to practice in primary care or underserved settings.
This article details a retrospective study to determine the magnitude by which primary care output is overestimated by commonly used metrics and identify a more accurate method for predicting actual primary care output.
RuralGME.org brings together partners in every specialty and experts from across the U.S. in all aspects of rural graduate medical education to provide technical assistance and resources.
This webinar presented by Shawnda Schroeder, PhD, MA, discusses the importance of disseminating your work as well as the various modes of dissemination with special attention paid to the journal publication process.
This teaching kit featuring Katy Kropf, DO, will look at the many societal factors contribute to the health disparities experienced by LGBTQIA patients living in rural areas
This teaching kit featuring Randall Longenecker, MD, will help you negotiate critical conversations on definitions and perceptions of ‘rural’ and make good decisions around education and training for rural practice.
This webinar examines the Targeted Rural Health Education (TRHE) project, which provides health profession students with the opportunity to gain experience writing plain language health education stories based on topics from the community needs assessments or a clinical experience for publication in a rural newspaper.
An informal meeting live at Google hangouts to chat about themes related to rural family medicine. Link to video from the 16th Rural Family Medicine Café: Rural Research
Webinar on potential of telehealth as an effective, well-accepted, and cost-effective platform to deliver mental health treatment to those who may not otherwise be able to access such treatment.