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Rural Road to Health

Dr Veronika Rasic

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A journey down the rural road to health. This podcast explores rural health topics through conversations with academics, clinicians, researchers, and people that live and work in rural areas.
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The Rural Health Voice is the podcast of the Virginia Rural Health Association. Leaders at the local, state, and national level are interviewed on their perspective of current rural health issues.The Rural Health Voice is sponsored by the Virginia State Office of Rural Health and underwritten by the National Rural Health Association.
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Rural Health Leadership Radio™

Dr. Bill Auxier

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Over the last ten years, over 100 rural hospitals have closed their doors. Roughly one in three rural hospitals have been identified as “at risk.” If there was ever a need for strong leadership, that time is now. RHLR’s mission is to provide a forum to have conversations with rural health leaders to discuss and share ideas about what is working, what is not working, lessons learned, success stories, strategies, things to avoid and anything else you want to talk and hear about. RHLR provides ...
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Reimagining Rural Health podcast series, brought to you by Sanford Health, explores the challenges facing health care systems across the country. From improving access to equitable care, building a sustainable workforce, and discovering innovative ways to deliver high-quality, low-cost services in rural and underserved populations. Each episode examines how Sanford health and other health systems are advancing care for the unique communities they serve.
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Rural Health for You & Everybody

Murray County Medical Center

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Rural Health for You & Everybody explores topics relevant to rural health in America, along with highlighting specific health services offered through the Murray County Medical Center in Slayton, MN. We'll feature MCMC employees discussing their areas of health-related expertise, community members who are passionate about rural health topics, and more in each episode.
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National Rural Health Resource Center Podcasts

National Rural Health Resource Center

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The National Rural Health Resource Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining and improving health care in rural communities. As the nation’s leading technical assistance and knowledge center in rural health, The Center focuses on five core areas: -Transition to Value and Population Health -Collaboration and Partnership -Performance Improvement -Health Information Technology -Workforce
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Building the Raft While Drowning offers a deeper look into the challenges of finding mental healthservices in rural communities and the many ways mental and behavioral health services are shaped by public policy. Podcast host and North Dakota's Policy Ambassador for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Sarah Dixon-Hackey, invites individuals working in the trenches of the mental health crisis to talk about their work, how they are making an impact in their communities, and resourc ...
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Welcome to the Live Well Podcast. Dive deep into the heart of regional, remote, and rural communities where we bring to life the tales of personalised care and the magic of staying home while growing older. Meet our local heroes - the caring team members from your very own community 🌐 Each episode aims to empower listeners to stay healthy, active, and connected, no matter where they call home. For additional resources and in-depth understanding of our services, visit www.integratedliving.org ...
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Let's Talk Rural Mental Health

Rural Adversity Mental Health Program

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Each year, one in five of us will experience a mental health problem. Mental health problems are common but they are also treatable. Yet, if you live in the city, you are more likely to access help that if you live in a rural area of NSW. Welcome to ‘Let’s Talk’, a podcast series is hosted by journalist Kia Handley all about mental health in rural and regional Australia. Hear from people who have battled with their mental health, who have been through tragedy and have come out of the other s ...
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We speak with a nurse practitioner who has experience working with victims and survivors of modern slavery in the UK. Episode summary: 00.45 Our speaker tells us about her professional background and how she developed an interses in modern slavery 04.15 What is modern slavery? 06.45 Where does modern slavery happen and does it affect rural communit…
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In this episode, Courtney Collen with Sanford Health News talks with “future of work” expert and bestselling author and Eric Termuende and Ashley Wenger-Slaba, Sanford Health vice president of employee experience. The conversation is on workplace culture and the future of work. Learn more about Sanford Health at: http://www.news.sanfordhealth.org C…
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Medical residency in a rural area is one of the key influencing factors for providers to stay and continue practicing in a rural area. This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio we are talking to Yoana Cruz, Clerkship and Sub-Internship Coordinator in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. We talk with Yoana about the…
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In this episode, I visit with Statewide Clinician Leads and experts in the field of mental health and substance use, Tarah Cavett and Laura Gitter. Tarah and Laura provide consulting and leadership in North Dakota's ongoing work to enhance the existing system. In our hour together, Laura and Tarah offer a closer look at the current structure of the…
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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio we’re talking to Karen Brown, Revenue Cycle Director at Mountrail County Medical Center. Karen shares the intricacies of revenue cycle, particularly in rural hospitals, and how revenue cycle professionals can work to maximize their efforts. Karen also shares the work she does coaching her staff on revenue …
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Dr Roxana Surugiu is a family doctor, researcher and lecrurer at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Craiova in Romania. In this episode we learn about rural health in Romania and the findings of her research on the perception of rural practice among medical students in Romania. Episode Summary: 00.55 Roxana tells us about her professional b…
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In this episode, Courtney Collen with Sanford Health News talks with Ford Koles, a national spokesperson with the Advisory Board for a conversation on the state of today's health care economy. Learn more about Sanford Health at: http://www.news.sanfordhealth.org Connect with us on social: Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn…
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On this week’s episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we talk to Nick Derusha, Director and Health Officer of the LMAS District Health Department in Newberry, Michigan. Nick gives us a glimpse into what life was like for a rural district health department before, during, and after the pandemic and tells us about the lessons learned from that jou…
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Dr Giovanni Baglio and Monica Brinzac join us to speak about the OASES project, a EU funded project looking at medical deserts in Europe. Episode summary: 00.50 Dr Giovanni Bagglio and Monica Brinzac tell us about their professional backgrounds and projects they are involved in 04.40 What is the OASIS project? 06.25 What are medical deserts? 10.30 …
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we are happy to welcome Norberto Orellana, the Public Relations Lead at Campbell County Health in Gillette, Wyoming. Norberto shares his inspiring journey from overcoming personal challenges, including cerebral palsy and homelessness, to influencing rural healthcare through public relations. The epi…
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In this episode, Courtney Collen with Sanford Health News talks with Dr. Kevin Hopkins, senior physician advisor with the American Medical Association, and Sanford Health OB/GYN and leader in clinician well-being Dr. Heather Spies on the topic of well-being and resilience. Learn more about Sanford Health at: http://www.news.sanfordhealth.org Connec…
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, Dr. Bill Auxier reflects on his recent experience at the Coaching and Leadership in Healthcare event co-hosted by Harvard Medical School, the Institute of Coaching, and McLean Hospital. He discusses the concept of "intelligent failure" as presented by Harvard Professor Amy Edmondson, emphasizing the…
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When you think about rural healthcare, you may not think about Scotland, but Scotland has some very rural areas that deal with similar issues we deal with in rural America. Hear about what they are doing in rural Scotland to deliver health and wellbeing to their residents, by listening to our conversation with Dr. Emma Watson, 2021-22 U.K. Harkness…
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Dr Wiktor Szczudlinski is a general practitioner who qualified in Poland and is now working in Scotland. He shares his experience of working as a rural GP, why he decided to leave rural practice, and how he has gotten more involved in health tech and consulting with health tech start-ups. Episodes summary: 00.40 Dr Szczudlinski talks about his expe…
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In this episode, Courtney Collen with Sanford Health News talks with Lynn Hanessian, chief health strategist for global communications company Edelman, on the topic of health care trends and the trust barometer. Learn more about Sanford Health at: http://www.news.sanfordhealth.org Connect with us on social: Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn…
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, Michael Hassell, CEO of Melissa Memorial Hospital in Colorado, discusses his journey from paramedic to hospital executive. Hassell discusses his strategic focus on community-centric initiatives, like enhancing local orthopedic services and integrating telemedicine. He also shares insights on effecti…
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Is it worth your time to meet with your elected officials? Narissa Rahaman Executive Director of Equality Virginia joined RHV to discuss their most recent wins at the Virginia General Assembly. If you want to be part of the conversation about rural health, watch our website and social media accounts for information about the upcoming Equality Virgi…
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In this episode, Courtney Collen with Sanford Health News talks with Dr. Vin Gupta, Chief Medical Officer of Amazon Pharmacy and keynote speaker at the 2024 Sanford Health Annual Meeting on the topic of leading through change and uncertainty to create the next breakthrough. Learn more about Sanford Health at: http://www.news.sanfordhealth.org Conne…
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, Kevin Stansbury, CEO of Lincoln Community Hospital in Colorado, shares his diverse and extensive experience in healthcare, including his time working internationally and his transition into rural healthcare leadership. He emphasizes the critical role of rural hospitals in providing essential service…
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Dr Jaka Strel is a rural family doctor from Slovenia. Dr Strel and his team have built a very successful medical practice in Ziri, which has helped Ziri win the title of healthiest municipality in Slovenia. Episode summary: 01.00 Dr Strel shares his journey into family medicine and rural health 05.15 Specialization of family medicine in Slovenia 08…
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, hosted by Bill Auxier and Sydney Grant, guest Kristen Juliar, a capital resources consultant with the National Organization for State Offices of Rural Health, discusses her journey into rural healthcare. In our discussion with Kristin, she talks about the importance of understanding rural healthcare…
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Melanie Hartmann is a healthcare worker with a bachelor degree in interdisciplinary healthcare and management from Germany. She has been reseaching primary care netwroks on the Halligen Islands. She talks about the unique way in which primary care has been organized on the Halligen and the insights that she has gained during her research. Episode s…
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What is a midwife and how do they bridge the gap for maternal healthcare in rural communities? Leslie Payne of Trillium House Birthing Center joined RHV to discuss Certified Professional Midwives and the Foundation for the Advancement of Midwifery. If you want to be part of the conversation about rural health, follow VRHA on Facebook and X.…
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In this podcast we speak to one of integratedliving’s wonderful Support Workers, Katrina. Find out the poignant reason Katrina decided to pursue a career in aged care and why she thinks supporting older people is the best job in the world. Katrina feels it is a privilege to care for her clients and shares many anecdotes of special moments she’s sha…
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, hosted by Dr. Bill Auxier and Sydney Grant, we welcome another young rural health leader, Alana Monson Administrative Fellow at Trinity Health in Des Moines, Iowa. Just months after graduating with a Master's in Health Administration, Alana found herself in the role of interim CEO at Manning Regiona…
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Dr Bita Barghchi is a primary care doctor from Iran. In this episode she shares her experience of working in rural Iran and talks about some of the challenges faced by rural communities and healthcare workers. Episode summary: 00.45 Bita tells us about her professional background 01.45 How is the primary care system organized? 03.15 How do patients…
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, Aidan Hettler, CEO of Sedgwick County Health Center, shares his unique journey from a recent college graduate with a background in supply chain management to becoming the CEO of a rural hospital at the age of 22. We discuss the importance of servant leadership and the impact young people can have in…
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Capital funding plays a crucial role in the success of rural hospitals. This week, we feature Brian Haapala, CEO of Stroudwater Capital Partners, who is at the forefront of assisting rural healthcare organizations in overcoming the hurdles of securing capital funding. Brian emphasizes the pivotal role of healthcare in small communities and shares h…
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Who is responsible for health literacy? Systems Design Coach Steven Ragsdale joined RHV to discuss how health disparities need to be addressed at every level. If you want to be part of the conversation about rural health, check out the National Rural Health Association’s Health Equity conference this May in New Orleans.…
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On Rural Health Leadership Radio, we are always discussing innovation in rural healthcare, and this week our conversation is through the lens of the new Rural Emergency Hospital (REH) model. We are delighted to welcome Anna Anna who serves as the Program Director at the Rural Health Redesign Center (RHRCO) and works to promote access to quality hea…
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Prof John Wynn-Jones and Prof Mark Gussey are the co-chairs of the 13th EURIPA Rural Health Forum which will be held in Lincoln in June 2024. They will tell us more about this upcoming event and their aspirations for the Forum. Episode summary: 01.15 Prof Gussey shares his journey into rural health 03.40 Prof Wynn-Jones shares his journey into rura…
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Looking to test your knowledge of rural health? This episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio is exactly what you need! Join Sydney and Bill as they put their rural health expertise to the test with a series of trivia questions. Covering topics from community health workers to rural health clinics, this episode is full of learning. Listen in, play …
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Prof Lionel Green-Thomson is the dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. He is also a member of the board of directors at the Network Towards Unit for Health. We will be talking about the upcoming Ubuntu 2024 conference. This conference is jointly organized by 5 Universities in South Africa, Rural WONC…
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Securing a healthier future for rural communities begins with the engagement of our younger generations. This week, we're thrilled to host three emerging leaders on Rural Health Leadership Radio: Jenah McCarty, Hallie Vonk, and Nick Lembezeder. These graduate students from the University of Iowa's College of Public Health share their journey in fou…
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Prof Nuno Sousa is a neuroradiologist and the Director of the P5 Digital Medical Centre in Portugal. This centre has been developing digital health solutions to support the provision of healthcare in rural areas in Portugal. Their projects have been developed in close collaboration with the local communities they work with.  Episode summary: 01.00 …
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Are there any surprises when it comes to the need for improved oral health? Ben Barber, Policy Director at Virginia Health Catalyst joined RHV to discuss their Oral Health Workforce Gap Assessment. Link to the Virginia Health Catalyst email list request.Από τον Beth O'Connor
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, Karen Cheeseman, CEO of Mackinac Straits Health System in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, shares her journey from an HR role to leading a hospital system. In our discussion with Karen, she highlights collaborative relationships in the communities Mackinac Straights Health System serves including ho…
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Dr David Halata & Dr Katerina Javorska are rural family doctors form Czechia. Both of them have been involved in an initiative to improve rural healthcare in Czechia called Go Rural. Dr Halata is the chairman of the Working Group for Rural Medicine in the National society for Family medicine and creator of Go Rural. Dr Javorska is a member of the W…
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On this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we welcome Elise Bur, Director of the Northern Michigan University Center for Rural Health. In our conversation, Elise discusses several key initiatives of the Center for Rural Health, including the feasibility of a dental hygienist program to address local needs, an oral health literacy program, an…
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Why is it important to be involved in rural health advocacy? Dr. Kevin Bennett, Director of Center for Rural & Primary Healthcare at the University of South Carolina joined RHV to discuss his path to the NRHA Presidency. Join us at the NRHA Annual Conference in New Orleans this May.Από τον Beth O'Connor
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In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking with Frank Brabec, CEO of Brabec Healthcare Management and President of the Imperial Valley Coalition for Sustainable Healthcare Facilities in California. We discuss the significance of community collaboration and how rural communities can come together to face health challenges. Frank…
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Dr Sara Bradley is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of South Wales. Prior to this position she was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of the Highlands and Islands, in Scotland working in the Division of Rural Health and Wellbeing. Her work focuses on social prescribing, rural service provision, mental health and wellbeing a…
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This Rural Health Leadership Radio episode features a conversation with Dr. Matt Seeger, Distinguished University Professor at Wayne State University, who has extensively studied organizational behavior, communication, and crisis management and response. Dr. Seeger shares his unique story as an undergraduate student deeply affected by a tragedy and…
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Professor Steven Orozco Arcila joins us from the University of Antioquia in Colombia. He teaches a range of subjects including public health, primary care and health promotion. In this episode we explore how conflict has affected the provision of healthcare in rural areas of Colombia. Episode summary: 01.00 Prof. Orozoco Arcila’s professional backg…
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integratedliving’s Wellness Lead and Registered Nurse, Fatimah Lesiguez, is passionate about sharing her knowledge of falls prevention in the community. Have you or a loved one had a falls scare? Tune in to learn about general prevention measures and our new Falls Prevention program. Send us a Text Message.…
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