Assessing Rural Health Coalitions Using the Public Health Logic Model A Systematic Review
Ken-Opurum, J., Darbishire, L., and Miller, D.K., et al. (2020). Assessing Rural Health Coalitions Using the Public Health Logic Model: A Systematic Review. (Abstract only.) American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
This systematic review discusses the role of healthcare coalitions in rural settings where residents may experience poorer health outcomes due to lack of access to healthcare and other social determinants. The authors highlight important considerations for rural healthcare coalitions, including conducting pilot studies, increased community engagement, creating subcommittees, and conducting regional needs assessments.
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