5 edition of Rural Health and Aging Research found in the catalog.
January 15, 1998 by Baywood Pub Co .
Written in English
|Contributions||Wilbert M. Gesler (Editor), Donna J. Rabiner (Editor), Gordon H. Defriese (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||259|
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The authors present results from research conducted in collaboration with the North Carolina Rural Aging Program to illustrate how two qualitative research methods, focus group interviews, and in-depth personal interviews, can be used to study the health beliefs and behaviors of rural older : Thomas A.
Arcury, Susan A. Gaylord, Harold L. Cook. Rural Health and Aging Research: Theory, Methods, and Practical Applications Wilbert M.
Gesler, Gordon H. DeFriese Baywood Publishing Company, Jan 1, - Medical - pages. This book describes a wide-ranging set of research approaches which have been used to study the health care problems of adults living in rural areas. It shows how these approaches can be used to define health care problems, measure levels of illness and health, and evaluate health care by: 8.
Book Review Rural Health Health Affairs Vol No Aging In AmericaAuthor: Robyn I. Stone. Methods. We conducted a systematic review of the literature to assess the extent and strength of evidence for rural definition of health. Studies were eligible for inclusion if they were published in English, reported on original research and presented findings or commentary relevant to rural definition of health, were published over the last 40 years, and were based on observations of rural U Cited by: Rural Health and Aging Research: Theory, Methods, and Practical Applications 1st Edition.
Wilbert M Gesler, Donna G Rabiner, Gordon H Defriese Ap This book describes a wide-ranging set of research approaches which have been used to study the health care problems of. The CRH is also home to the Rural Health Research Gateway, which provides access to research conducted by all of the Rural Health Research Centers throughout the nation.
Key Contacts We are interested in all aspects of research that relate to rural and. Rural Health Research RECAP: Rural Communities: Age, Income, and Health Status While studies discuss the implications of income or age on health-seeking behavior, health status, access, or utilization of care, it is imperative to recognize what this means for older and lower-income rural communities.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction to research on rural health and aging issues / Wilbert M.
Gesler, Donna J. Rabiner, and Gordon H. Defriese --Secondary data and statistical profiles of older rural Americans / Mary Anne P. Salmon and Thomas C. Ricketts, III --Methods for assessing geographic. Rural Health and Aging: Global Perspectives In book: Encyclopedia of Geropsychology The update of the rural-urban chartbook Rural Health Reform Policy Research Center Available from.
This book describes a wide-ranging set of research approaches which have been used to study the health care problems of adults living in rural areas. It shows how these approaches can be used to define health care problems, measure levels of illness and health, and evaluate health care practices.
Polling on Social Isolation & Rural Senior Health: Ina national poll commissioned by Tivity Health and conducted by Public Opinion Strategies provided new insights on aging issues and social isolation for seniors living in rural communities. The poll revealed that a majority of rural seniors are dealing with multiple health conditions.
Aging in Place in Rural Communities. Rachelle Levitt, Director of PD&R's Research Utilization Division. The problems facing individuals struggling to age in place differ in magnitude in urban and rural settings.
In their fundamentals, problems that confront seniors in urban and rural areas don’t sound very different. Rural Mental Health Services in Canada: A Model for Research and Practice / C.
Brannen, K. Dyck, C. Hardy, and C. Mushquash. Health Literacy in Rural Communities: Challenges and Champions / D. Gillis and S. Sears. Potholes along the Roads: The Ethics of Health Research in Rural and Remote Canada / S. Wilson-Forsberg and J. Rural Health and Aging Research: Theory Methods and Practical Applications (Society and Aging.
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Aging in Rural Places Policies, Programs, and Professional Practice Kristina M. Hash, PhD, LICSW Elaine T. Jurkowski, PhD, MSW John A. Krout, PhD Editors;OPZ is a sample from AGING IN RURAL PLACES: POLICIES, PROGRAMS, AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE VISIT THIS BOOK»S WEB PAGE BUY NOW REQUEST AN EXAM OR REVIEW COPY 6SULQJHU3XEOLVKLQJ&RPSDQ\.
This article reports the findings from a recent study of older adults in the rural southwestern United States and discusses practice and research implications. The aim of the study was to analyze health disparities and strengths in the contexts of rurality, aging, a depressed economy, and limited health resources.
FORHP Rural Health Research Center Book and Rural Medicine Textbook This book explores what is known about the content, needs, and special problems of rural health care.
The goal was to advance the knowledge base and describe strategies used by rural health professionals in developing quality of care for rural communities and their residents. Health-related disparities remain a persistent, serious problem across the nation's more than 60 million rural residents.
Rural Populations and Health provides an overview of the critical issues surrounding rural health and offers a strong theoretical and evidence-based rationale for rectifying rural health disparities in the United States. This edited collection includes a comprehensive.
Steven Meltzer, in Physician Assistant (Fourth Edition), Aging Populations. There are multiple challenges regarding the aging population in non-metro areas stemming from factors such as out-migration of youth, aging in place of the existing population, increased migration of metro population to non-metro areas, fewer health resources and access points, and declining number of rural.
Objective We aim to explore the barriers to accessing primary care for socio-economically disadvantaged older people in rural areas. Methods Using a community recruitment strategy, fifteen people over 65 years, living in a rural area, and receiving financial support were recruited for semi-structured interviews.
Four focus groups were held with rural health by: 6. The Impact of Rural-Urban Migration on the Health of the Left-behind Parents* Since the reform and opening up inChina has begun a period of rapid industrialization and urbanization.
Along with an increasing number of rural people migrating to urban area for jobs, there are a considerable number of elderly parents left behind in the rural. Defining the Health Issues and Problems of Rural Elderly: Context, Experience, Statistical Profiles, and Indicators Introduction to Research on Rural Health and Aging Issues Wilbert M.
Gesler, Donna J. Rabiner, and Gordon H. DeFriese Secondary Data and Statistical Profiles of Older Rural Americans Mary Anne Salmon and Thomas C. Ricketts, III Methods for Assessing Geographic Aspects of. Progress 10/01/00 to 09/30/03 Outputs Glasgow co-edited the book, Critical Issues in Rural Health, which has a strong focus on health disparities among rural minorities, including African Americans, Hispanics, and American Indians and includes a separate chapter on health disparities among migrant farmworkers.
Diversity in rural populations and places and the implications for health is a major. The book also focusses on the role of voluntary and community-based organizations, along with the participation of vulnerable groups and their involvement in the implementation of various programmes and schemes, strategies and policy instruments in rural ng wider aspects of rural governance and development, this book provides.
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Loneliness Among Rural Elderly: Present and Future Public Health Challenges: /ch Population aging is a great challenge for modern societies at the future and is a central issue in the development of public policies.
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While there is evidence of poor health among rural seniors, little research has examined healthy aging or the determinants that facilitate healthy aging in rural communities.
In addressing rural seniors’ health needs, this study provides a fundamental basis for developing effective interventions and innovative public policy options to support. Research Article Rural Health In Rural Areas, Buprenorphine Waiver Adoption Since Driven By Nurse Practitioners And Physician Assistants Book Review Aging In America.
Robyn I. Stone. Free. This installment of the SAMHSA Disaster Behavioral Health Information Series (DBHIS) focuses on disaster behavioral health for rural communities. According to the U.S. Census Bureau in1 in 5 Americans lives in a rural area, and 97% of the country’s land mass is rural.
Rural communities may face challenges such as resource limitation, poor infrastructure, communication issues, and. Achieving healthy ageing through the perspective of sense of coherence among senior-only households: a qualitative study. Published online: 18 Feb See all volumes and issues.
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