Appalachian Research Journal Publishes Coronavirus Research Results

The Journal of Appalachian Health has many research articles pertaining to the Coronavirus pandemic. Check them out HERE:

COVID-19 and Opioid Use in Appalachian Kentucky: Challenges and Silver Linings

Authors: Rachel Vickers-Smith, Hannah L.F. Cooper, April M. Young

Rural Appalachia Battling the Intersection of Two Crises: COVID-19 and Substance Use Disorders

Authors: Margaret Miller, Rebekah Rollston, Kate E. Beatty, Michael Meit

Impact of the COVID-19 Shutdown on Mental Health in Appalachia by Working Status

Authors: Erin N. Haynes, Timothy J. Hilbert, Susan C. Westneat, Kate Leger, Katie Keynton, et al.

A Description of COVID-19 Lifestyle Restrictions Among a Sample of Rural Appalachian Women

Authors: Michele Staton, Martha Tillson, J. Matthew Webster

The Health Wagon Partners with the Virginia Department of Health to Provide COVID-19 Testing in Rural Southwest Virginia

Authors: Tauna Gulley, Teresa Tyson, Ethan Collins, Rachel Helton, Paula Hill-Collins, et al.

Advancing Cancer Prevention Practice Facilitation Work in Rural Primary Care During COVID-19

Authors: Dannell Boatman, Susan Eason, Mary E. Conn, Summer Miller, Stephenie Kennedy-Rea

Poll Finds Rural Residents More Hesitant to Get Vaccinated

Author: Tim Marema