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ORPRN: Conducting Research in Rural Settings
"Founded in 2002, the Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network (ORPRN) is a nationally recognized practice-based research organization.
Network of 157 clinicians 40 primary care practices
Located in 37 rural Oregon communities
Serving approximately 235,000 (or 1 in 4) rural Oregonians
ORPRN is one of only six primary care PBRNs in the U.S. with a rural focus, and it is the only all-rural network. ORPRN has a diverse research portfolio that covers a wide range of health topics, including:
child behavioral health
adult mental health
pregnancy and nutrition
exercise and nutrition counseling
clinical workforce issues
provision of preventive services
The network places a high value on participatory research at the community and practice level and frequently partners with outside investigators on projects funded by federal, state, foundation and individual sources."
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Community & Practice Research Program