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1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 4298

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-399-3168

Email: esrn@uwyo.edu

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2020 Grant Recipients

The Edible Prairie Project is a nonprofit, community-based organization created to support small and mid-scale agricultural and food processing operations within the local community. The Edible Prairie Project supports independent, family-scale agriculture through education, food production, and distribution, improving the affordability of and access to high quality and nutritionally appropriate food for all members of the community. Their project aims to increase food security and fruit and vegetable consumption through the Edible Prairie Veggie Basket program, connecting local farmers and ranchers to SNAP and WIC users. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Dillow Photography.

Read about their results.

two women standing with baskets full of vegetables


Dr. Michelle Blakely is an assistant professor of social and administrative pharmacy in the College of Health Sciences and the principal investigator for a research project to identify barriers and increase the use of assistive technology in healthcare interactions between deaf/hard of hearing patients and Wyoming pharmacists. The research project aims to improve healthcare communication by identifying barriers and facilitating access to assistive technology communication, with a goal of improving medication adherence, health-related outcomes, and patient quality of life.

Read more about Dr. Blakely's research in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association

Michelle Blakely


COVID-19 Healthcare Provider Response Survey

This survey was created in conjunction with the Wyoming Medical Society (WMS) to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Wyoming healthcare providers. Outcomes measured include business interruptions as a results of COVID-19, practice interruptions, changes in cancellations, changes in reimbursement procedures, supply issues, payroll/cashflow issues, perceptions of state response, telehealth use, among others. Results suggest a significant impact for Wyoming providers with a large potential for the impact of telehealth procedures. 

Telehealth Provider Satisfaction Survey

This study sought to gather information from Wyoming telehealth providers about their use of telehealth and their perception of a recent telehealth encounter. Over fifty providers responded to the survey and answered questions about satisfaction, success, ability to address patient needs, results of the encounter, cost savings, and technical issues.

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Equality State Research Network

1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 4298

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-399-3168

Email: esrn@uwyo.edu

Equality State Research Network logo

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