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Promising Practice: Montana’s Rural Health Initiative Promotes Healthy Lifestyles and Communities

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By: Beth Blevins A farmers market, a community garden, chemo care kits—these projects and others were started with the help of Mini Grants from the
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Natalie Claiborne Montana March 2014

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Is there a typical (peer-to-peer)“educational exchange”? What are some of the most requested topics? And how does a SORH apply for one? SORHs have worked on a broad range of topics in recent years: health information exchanges, recruitment and retention, strategic planning, etc. A while back some stand-alone (non-university or government-based) SORHs got together in an EE as a group to see how their needs are different than other SORHs. Often a SORH will request an EE when someone is new to the SORH, to teach him/her how to get going in that position. SORHs will ask a leader to help them rethink how to do daily work, and to look at the structure of their office. They can choose what areas they want to focus on.
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NRHA Development and the Future of Rural Health (T. Barnhart)

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NRHA Development and the Future of Rural Health (T. Barnhart)
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