Lillie Greiman has worked for RTC: Rural since 2012 as a Research Associate focusing on housing, health promotion, community participation and spatial and demographic analysis. She’s originally from Helena, MT but has lived in Missoula for ten years where she attended the university and earned her MA in geography. She was a Fulbright student researcher in Fez, Morocco where she studied Moroccan women’s relationships to food and the spaces of food production.
- Community Access from the American Housing Survey
- Consumer Self-Managed Use of Rural Healthcare Services
- Ecological Decision Support for Health Promotion
- Ecology of Rural Disability
- Geography and Rural Disability
- Home Usability Networks
- Monitoring and Managing Community Accessibility
- Participation in Events: Measuring Opportunity in Rural Environments
- Peer support for Secondary Mental Health Conditions
- Person-Environment Fit
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