Rural Tribal Health – About This Guide
This guide is maintained by Matt Bruflodt. For questions or comments about this guide, or for further assistance with using this guide, please contact Matt at email@example.com.
RHIhub wishes to acknowledge the following individuals, who have contributed their time and expertise to ensure that this guide is as useful and up-to-date as possible:
- Linda Frizzell, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
- Ursula Running Bear, University of North Dakota, MPH Program
This topic guide is designed to serve both as an introduction to Rural Tribal Health and as a reference that collects the “best of the best” resources: selected documents, organizations, tools, funding opportunities, news items, events, and program examples.
Every effort has been made to ensure that this guide includes the most informative, useful, up-to-date, accessible resources which are publicly available. The aim, in this regard, is to be selective, not comprehensive – to collect and emphasize the best resources.
RHIhub’s staff reviews each guide annually and removes resources which have become dated or less-useful due to the dynamic nature of rural health. New resources are added continually throughout each year.
RHIhub’s collection contains thousands of useful and important resources which are not listed on a topic guide. All of RHIhub’s collection is accessible via our site-wide search or by contacting our information specialists directly for customized assistance.
Citing This Guide
Much of the information included in this guide, including data, is taken from other sources, which are identified in the guide text. We recommend citing the original source rather than RHIhub in those cases. To cite the guide as a whole:
Rural Health Information Hub, 2022. Rural Tribal Health [online]. Rural Health Information Hub. Available at: https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/topics/rural-tribal-health [Accessed 28 May 2023]
Last Reviewed: 5/31/2022