GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health is happy to announce that they have again been chosen as the grantee to lead the Rural Health Research Gateway website.
The website, funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP), allows users free and timely access to all of the federally-funded Rural Health Research Center’s products. Products include policy briefs, factsheets, chartbooks, and more, all with the end goal of educating and informing health professionals, policy makers, and students.
At ruralhealthresearch.org users can:
• Search for summaries of research projects, both underway and completed.
• Subscribe to research alerts to receive the latest rural health research in their inboxes.
• Access information about the Rural Health Research Centers, including contact information and areas of expertise.
“We have a long history serving as the Rural Health Research Gateway, and we look forward to continuing our work with the Rural Health Research Centers, as well as numerous State and national partners, as we all strive to share rural health research,” said Dr. Shawnda Schroeder, PhD, Gateway’s principal investigator. “Having served as the Rural Health Research Gateway for over a decade, we are excited to continue sharing relevant and timely rural health research with diverse audiences.”
For more information, like Gateway on Facebook, follow Gateway on Twitter, and subscribe to Gateway’s YouTube channel.