Hi, I’m Mark Doescher; I’m the Director of the Washington Wyoming Alaska Montana Idaho or “WWAMI” Rural Health Research Center that’s funded by the Office of Rural Health Policy. Really our focus is national in scope for much of the work we do. It’s predominately research and program evaluation. The workforce work that we’re doing, I think time and time again, has hit the same common themes across a variety of health disciplines, be it dentists, primary care providers, nurses, physicians’ assistants, you name it, and that is that in rural locations there’s been a persistent shortage of providers particularly a problem in many lower-income and other rural locations. And what we focus–so we know that–but what we focused on is what elements of the pipeline, be it before a person enters a health profession school, during health profession school, and the practice environment afterwards, that can be modified to get more people with the right skills set working in rural locations.