The Rural Institute is excited to share information on the online University of Montana course:
NASX 595-50 Special Topics:
The Intersectionality of Disability, American Indians and Rurality: Part 1
This online course is designed to teach students about the intersections between disability, race, and place. Public health topics relevant to American Indians with disability who reside on American Indian reservations will be presented.
Read more about Native American Studies 595 Section 50
The Rural Institute was recently awarded a one-year contract to better understand the performance and challenges of the primary health care system in Montana.
The Montana Primary Care Office (PCO), a part of the Montana Department of Health and Human Services (DPHHS), works to increase and maintain access to primary and preventative health care across the state in order to improve the health outcomes of underserved and vulnerable populations.
Read more about Primary Care Office Needs Assessment