2023 International Rural Nursing Conference
The 2023 International Rural Nursing Conference was held July 25-28, 2023, at the Carnegie Hotel, Johnson City, TN. The conference brought together rural and remote nurses, other healthcare professionals, educators, and researchers to address the unique and varied health aspects of rural and remote communities focusing on culture, global health, policy, and interdisciplinary professional issues.
online journal of rural nursing and health care
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Read about the activities and accomplishments that CMS has made in improving the health and wellbeing of individuals living and working in rural, frontier, and tribal communities.
Read the CMS report: Improving Health in Rural Communities FY 2021 Year in Review
rno statement on diversity
The RNO recognizes the diversity of rural nursing practice and is a voice for rural nurses to healthcare agencies, academia, and government. As an organization we denounce racism and are committed to achieving health equity, reducing disparities, and respecting human dignity. To undo racism it requires each of us to examine our own biases and engage in difficult conversations. We ask you to consider the history of racism and injustice as we care for our colleagues and our patients, for whom these events have caused pain.
barriers to quality care
The Rural Nurse Organization is a member of the Council of Public Health Nursing Organizations (CPHNO). Understanding barriers to care in rural communities is a key step in promoting high quality care for rural residents.