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Great Plains QIN Webinar: The ABCs of ADEs | October 18, 2022

Great Plains QIN Webinar: The ABCs of ADEs | October 18, 2022

Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) are a large public health problem and a patient safety priority. An ADE is defined as “an injury resulting from the use of a drug. Under this definition, the term ADE includes harm caused by the drug (adverse drug reactions and overdoses)...

Meet Darleen Gangl – A Two-Time Sepsis Survivor

Meet Darleen Gangl – A Two-Time Sepsis Survivor

Meet Darleen Gangl; she and her husband, Brad, live in Bottineau, North Dakota. She is an avid vintage Barbie collector and enjoys researching her family tree. Darleen is also a two-time sepsis survivor. Thirteen years ago, Darleen was diagnosed with necrotizing...

FirstLink I An Inside Look

FirstLink I An Inside Look

FirstLink in Fargo, North Dakota is fortunate to have a leader who is compassionate, dedicated and committed to serving those in need. We are fortunate to meet with FirstLink’s Executive Director, Jennifer Illich to learn more about the organization and those that...

What is 988?

What is 988?

A new national suicide prevention hotline, 988, will go live all over the country, including North and South Dakota. There will a Webinar that you can join to gain more information about this new lifeline for people suffering from a mental health crisis. This event...

Great Plains QIN Webinar: Palliative Care in the Dakotas | May 17, 2022

Great Plains QIN Webinar: Palliative Care in the Dakotas | May 17, 2022

Rural adults are more likely than urban counterparts to have a larger range of chronic conditions³ and extensive disparities in health, such as greater rates of death, pain and suffering and reduced life expectancy². The increasing need for palliative care services...

BrainGuide: Start Your Brain Health Journey

BrainGuide: Start Your Brain Health Journey

In South Dakota alone, 18,000 older adults, age 65 and older, are living with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. In North Dakota, 15,000 persons, aged 65 and older, are living with Alzheimer’s. Estimated projections show an increase of 6 to 11 percent by 2025. For more...

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