I always think it is nice to put faces to names, so here we are. If you call RAC, you will speak with one of us.
Our new Hot Topic Information Guides were developed to capture timely and information on a topic/issue that is currently very prevalent. As of now, we have 2 such guides: health reform and ARRAThe format is slightly different in that they feature news and key websites, with additional information specific to rural America.
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Health and Human Services <br />Information for Rural America<br />Presented by Aubrey Madler<br />NN/LM GMR Webconference<br />October 27, 2009<br />
What Does RAC Do?<br />Helps rural communities access full range of available programs, funding, and research<br />Gathers information from many sources and provides easy access to information on our website<br />2<br />
Events (800+)</li></li></ul><li>Customized Assistance<br />Personalized assistance from Information Specialists with subject expertise, backed up by:<br />The resources and staff of the Center for Rural Health and RUPRI<br />The expertise of our funder, the Office of Rural Health Policy<br />Other ORHP TA Centers & Rural Health Research Centers<br />Wide network of federal, state, and association contacts<br />
Customized AssistanceWhat RAC Can Do to Help…<br />Develop customized list of potential funding sources <br />Locate statistics, data sources and maps<br />Find print and electronic documents <br />Connect users to organizations, experts, and colleagues <br />Locate the right federal or state contact<br />
My Contact Information<br />Aubrey Madler<br />Phone: 701-777-6025<br />email@example.com<br />University of North Dakota, Center for Rural Health, Grand Forks<br />Any Questions or comments?<br />23<br />