Tiffany Radcliff, PhD
Health Policy and Management Department
Texas A&M University
School of Public Health
College Station, TX 77843-1266
Completed Projects - (1)
Disaster Planning, Preparedness, & Response for Rural Long-Term Care Providers
This project collected and analyzed data that captures how disasters affect long-term care services and patient experiences in rural areas. We developed and pilot test long-term care provider survey, and conducted case studies of disaster-impacted, rural communities with respect to implications for long-term care services.
Research center: Southwest Rural Health Research Center
Topics: Emergency preparedness and response, Health disparities and health equity, Long-term care
Publications - (1)
Long-Term Care Planning, Preparedness, and Response Among Rural Long-Term Care Providers
Southwest Rural Health Research Center
This manuscript explores how rural long-term care providers plan, prepare, and respond to slowly or rapidly unfolding disasters (i.e., hurricanes, wildfires, and environmental spills) in three U.S. geographic areas. Data includes secondary sources and semi-constructed interviews with long-term care facilities and disaster management organizations.