The Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (ORHP) has announced seven Rural Health Research Centers (RHRCs) for 2012-2016, not six as we reported on Wednesday. The amended and complete list, including the RUPRI Center for Rural Policy Analysis, follows:
- Maine Rural Health Research Center
Institution: University of Southern Maine
Director: David Hartley
- North Carolina Rural Health Research Center
Institution: University of North Carolina
Director: G. Mark Holmes
- RUPRI Center for Rural Policy Analysis
Institution: University of Iowa
Director: Keith J. Mueller
- Rural Health Reform Policy Research Center
Partner Institutions: University of North Dakota; NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis
Director: L. Gary Hart
- South Carolina Rural Health Research Center
Institution: University of South Carolina
Director: Janice C. Probst
- University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center
Institution: University of Minnesota
Director: Ira Moscovice
- WWAMI Rural Health Research Center
Institution: University of Washington
Director: Eric H. Larson
The RUPRI Center for Rural Policy Analysis has been funded by ORHP previously; the Rural Health Research Gateway website links to RUPRI publications dating back to 2000.
Detailed information about this new group of RHRCs – including areas of emphasis, profiles of key researchers, overviews of upcoming projects, and more – will be released over the next couple of weeks. Subscribe to our e-mail listserv for Research Alerts (see below), connect via Facebook, or follow @rhrgateway on Twitter to receive the latest information.
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