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Rural Health Links                        [top]

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  • National Rural Health Association
    This website gives information about the association, its publications, advocacy efforts, and events. In addition, the site has information on research, educational opportunities, and links to other rural health sites.
  • Office of Rural Health Policy
  • Capital Area Rural Health Roundtable
    The Capital Area Rural Health Roundtable is a forum for the exchange of ideas and open discussion on important rural health topics. The Roundtable is committed to enlarging the circle of participation in rural health policy; encouraging collaboration through shared knowledge and mutual understanding; and promoting strength through diversity.
  • Maine Rural Health Research Center
    Established in 1992, the Maine Rural Health Research Center (MRHRC) is one of five national rural health services research centers funded by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy. The MRHRC is also one of five rural managed care centers funded by the Federal Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR).
  • National Farm Medicine Center
    The National Farm Medicine Center, located in Central Wisconsin, exists for one reason - to improve the health of people involved with agricultural systems and products. The Website has information on the centers programs, activities, and research.
  • Calm Clinic
    This website was sent by someone who found it as a good resource and we hope you will too.

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Rural Links                        [top]

  • Center for Rural Affairs
    The website for the Center for Rural Affairs, a non-profit organization devoted to policy research, advocacy, and service to America's family farms and rural communities.
    The Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI) conducts policy-relevant research and facilitates public dialogue to assist policymakers in understanding the rural impacts of public policies and programs.
  • Rural Sociological Society
    The offical website of the Rural Sociological Society. Contains information on research and publications.

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