2011-2012 National Rural Health Day Webinars

2012 National Rural Health Day Webinar Series  (November 12-16, 2012)

NOSORH hosted a series of FREE webinars during our 2012 celebration that brought attention to rural health issues and highlighted the good work being done by so many to address those issues.  We are delighted to provide the followings links to the viewable recordings and PowerPoints of each webinar that was presented:

  • Cultural Awareness While Serving Rural Veterans (Viewable Recording | Presentation Slides)
    Buck Richardson (Minority Veterans Program Coordinator, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)
    Jay Shore (Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University of Colorado-Denver)
  • HRSA Rural Health Update  (Viewable Recording)
    Mary Wakefield (Administrator, U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration)
  • Celebrating 25 Years for HRSA’s Office of Rural Health Policy and 10 Years for the Rural Assistance Center  (Viewable Recording | Presentation Slides)
    Tom Morris (HRSA Associate Administrator)
    Kristine Sande (RAC Program Director)

 

2011 National Rural Health Day Webinar Series  (November 16, 2011)

NOSORH is also pleased to make slides and recordings from its 2011 National Rural Health Day webinars available to those who couldn’t participate  – and to those who joined us and would like to share the information with others.  Just click on the appropriate link(s) in the schedule that follows to access the information!

  • Quality of Care in Rural America/Partnership for Patients  (Click here for viewable recording)
    Mary Wakefield (Administrator, U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration)
    Carolyn Clancy (Director, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
    Sue Sheridan (President/Founder, Consumers Advancing Patient Safety)  (Click here for slides)
    Paul McGann & Dennis Wagner (Co-directors, Partnership for Patients Initiative, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services) (Click here for slides)

 

Please Contact Us if you have any difficulty downloading a presentation or need additional information.  And a special thank you to all of our presenters – your willingness to share your insights and expertise have helped make our first two celebrations a resounding success!