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North Carolina Rural Health Research and Policy Analysis Center
Center funded by the Office of Rural Health Policy, Fiscal Years 2005-2008, 2008-2012, and 2012-2016
Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research
The Center seeks to address problems in the rural health arena through policy-relevant analyses, the geographic and graphical presentation of data, and the dissemination of information to organizations and individuals in the health care field who can use this material for policy or administrative purposes. The Center's research involves primary data collection, analysis of large secondary data sets, and in-depth policy analysis. The Center brings together a diverse, multidisciplinary team including clinicians in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, allied health, mental health and other professions and disciplines along with experts in economics, geography, epidemiology, sociology, anthropology and political science to address complex social issues affecting rural populations.
The Center has 11 research projects currently underway.
In the past, the Center has completed 56 research projects.
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