RHIhub has a new Evidence-based Toolkit on Mental Health in Rural Communities. Developed in collaboration with the NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis and the University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center, this toolkit is designed to help rural organizations create and maintain sustainable mental health programs.
Join the upcoming RHIhub webinar, Addressing the Burden of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Rural America, in partnership with the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services, on March 14th. Featured speakers include:
RHIhub is hosting a Twitter Chat on Rural Health Workforce Education and Training on March 18th, where they will be joined by expert co-hosts:
Everyone is welcome to participate in the chat. Questions are posted online, so you can prepare in advance!
There are two new articles in the Rural Monitor:
There are also two new Models and Innovations:
Finally, if you missed the Rural Philanthropy webinar from this past week, a recording is available online. This webinar includes strategies for rural communities to build partnerships with philanthropies, explores the new Rural Philanthropy toolkit and how it can assist in these efforts. It also features insights from Alycia Bayne, from the NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis, and from two rural organizations discussing their experience with building philanthropy partnerships.