Developing a research agenda for cardiovascular disease prevention in high-risk rural communities.

@article{Melvin2013DevelopingAR,
  title={Developing a research agenda for cardiovascular disease prevention in high-risk rural communities.},
  author={Cathy Lee Melvin and Giselle M Corbie-Smith and Shiriki K Kumanyika and Charlotte A. Pratt and Cheryl R Nelson and Evelyn R Walker and Alice S. Ammerman and Guadalupe Xochitl Ayala and Lyle G. Best and Andrea L. Cherrington and Christina D Economos and Lawrence W. Green and Jeffrey A. Harman and Steven P. Hooker and David M Murray and Michael G Perri and Thomas C. Ricketts},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2013},
  volume={103 6},
  pages={
          1011-21
        }
}
The National Institutes of Health convened a workshop to engage researchers and practitioners in dialogue on research issues viewed as either unique or of particular relevance to rural areas, key content areas needed to inform policy and practice in rural settings, and ways rural contexts may influence study design, implementation, assessment of outcomes, and dissemination. Our purpose was to develop a research agenda to address the disproportionate burden of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and… CONTINUE READING
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