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Dannell Boatman, dboatman@hsc.wvu.edu


COVID-19 and the response to slow the virus spread in West Virginia (WV), including a statewide stay-at-home order, presented challenges to rural primary care clinics on the frontlines. These challenges affected critical quality improvement work, including cancer screening services. In this commentary, the authors present the results of a survey of WV primary care practices that highlight potential long-term implications and identifies opportunities for practice facilitators to partner with rural primary care clinics to address them.



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Boatman D, Eason S, Conn ME, Miller S, Kennedy-Rea S. Advancing cancer prevention practice facilitation work in rural primary care during COVID-19. J Appalach Health 2020;2(4):4–10. DOI: https://doi.org/10.13023/jah.0204.02

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