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NRHA’s Rural Health Fellows: Where are they now?.

The next generation of rural health leaders has a growing influence on where rural health is heading. They have the dynamic skills and diverse perspectives needed to shape the health care systems of the future. To harness this potential, the National Rural Health Association’s Rural Health Fellows program provides a springboard for turning ideas into action through health policy. Alumni of the Fellows program have gone on not only to shine in their fields but to transform them. .

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The COVID-19 pandemic: Where we stand now.

Nearly two years after the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, science is still revealing new facts about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, who’s most vulnerable, and how well vaccines are working to stem its spread. But in rural America, several key understandings have emerged: Rural residents have been hit harder by infection rates and deaths than urban dwellers, while also facing regionspecific challenges related to vaccine uptake. .

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NRHA announces 2022 leadership elections results.

Leadership for the National Rural Health Association is secure for 2022 and beyond, thanks to recent elections for Board of Trustees and open Rural Health Congress positions..

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Introducing the Save America's Rural Hospitals Act.

NRHA's voice isn't enough without your own. We can tell Congress what, but only you can tell them why. That’s why NRHA enlisted our members to provide technical assistance to Reps. Sam Graves (R-Mo.) and Jared Huffman (D-Calif.) in developing the Save America’s Rural Hospitals Act and introducing it to the 117th Congress. Now we need you to let your representatives know how this bipartisan bill can serve the whole of rural by raising the rural health safety net and....

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From Nepal to Nebraska: The story of PreeTy.

It's a long way from Nepal to northeast Nebraska. Yet, that's exactly where licensed nurse PreeTy found herself arriving one day in February of 2018. The Nebraskan countryside was foreign, but the weather was similarly blustery to her homeland at that time of year. Living in the U.S. was not new to her, however. She'd been here before and felt fortunate to be back..

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