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Use the Am I Rural? Tool to find out if a location is considered rural based on various definitions of rural, including definitions that are used as eligibility criteria for federal programs.

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Rural Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Toolkit
This new toolkit, created in collaboration with the NORC Walsh Center, assembles evidence-based models and resources to aid organizations in employing COPD programs in rural communities. Learn how to implement, evaluate, and sustain programs combating COPD.


Diagnosing the Rural COPD Patient: Ask About Symptoms, Use Spirometry
The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute calculates that 3.5 million rural Americans have COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It’s also estimated that hundreds of thousands of rural Americans have the condition and don’t know it. Though it is a condition without a cure, it is a condition with hope. The COPD Foundation’s Chief Science Officer and a State Captain share how asking questions and doing spirometry can help diagnose the condition.


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