|Design and Dissemination Studios: A Strategy for Promoting Scholarly Work in Your Program
||This webinar will describe the process of planning and implementing a studio in detail and direct participants to resources, followed by an opportunity for the audience to engage with presenters to discuss how to use the tool more broadly.
|HPERC: Engaging the Community in Rural Education
||Primary care health professions education occurring with rural communities in rural locations is critically important to rural workforce recruitment and retention. This webinar by David Schmitz, Cindra Stahl, and Stacy Kusler will seek to engage our colleagues from the perspectives of a rural medical educator, an AHEC leader, and a rural workforce specialist.
|Supporting Medical Education Reforms Through Data and Local Advocacy for Rural Pipelines
||Rural pipeline programs can be useful tools in medical education reform to benefit counties with the gain of family physicians and production of health professionals. This webinar featuring Dr. John Wheat will explore the role of rural medical educators in further reforming medical education and training and impacting local health care.
|The Landscape of Rural Health Research
||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.
|Increasing Capacity and Joy in Precepting
||In this professional development webinar Dr. Schmidt will share her experience and lessons learned from precepting 3-6 learners in a teaching half-day in the office.
|Scholarly Dissemination to Rural Audiences
||This webinar presented by Shawnda Schroeder, PhD, MA, will discuss the importance of disseminating your work as well as the various modes of dissemination with special attention paid to the journal publication process.
|Negotiating the IRB Process
||This webinar convenes a panel who will share their experience and wisdom in navigating the IRB process in rural communities and in the area of rural health.
|Targeted Rural Health Education
||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.
|Welcoming Diverse Clinical Learners into Diverse Rural Communities
||This webinar will briefly review the staffing needs of rural communities and the experiential opportunities for trainees there, and will discuss methods to support learners from diverse backgrounds in these settings.
|Microresearch Technical Assistance Webinar – 2019
||Webinar designed to assist prospective applicants in applying to the Rural PREP Microresearch program
|Supporting Rural Programs Through Telehealth: Training, Supervision, and Collaborative Mental Health Care
||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.
|Focus Groups in Health Research – Just the Basics
||Webinar describing basic considerations needed for researchers interested in using focus groups in their studies
|Learner Centered Research Mentoring
||Webinar describing mentoring models, roles, and skills for successful mentoring
|Engaging Learners in Addressing Rural Population Health
||Webinar describing health hazards associated with radon gas, the testing and remediation process, and the principles of a population health intervention
|Qualitative Inquiry for Rural Programs
||Webinar describing practical methods for qualitative research and evaluation for rural health professional educators, learners, and practitioners
|Microresearch for Rural Health
||Rural PREP webinar describing the global impact of "microresearch" and explaining how to apply for a Rural PREP microresearch award