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Before It Gets Better: How Patient Data Can Help Prevent Future Suicides

As healthcare professionals bring more focus to mental health treatment, one effort is to prevent suicide. The best way to know what works and what doesn't: data and research. In 2015, Avera Health began a Zero Suicide initiative to collect patient data and track the effectiveness of depression screening and treatment. But there were a pieces of data that Avera couldn't access...until now. A new partnership with the South Dakota Department of Health is filling in data gaps to help prevent future

Before It Gets Better: How Patient Data Can Help Prevent Future Suicides

A Company In Business To Save Our Planet: Yvon Chinourd And Dan O'Brien

We talk buffalo, grasslands, and regenerative agriculture with Dan O'Brien, founder of South Dakota's Wild Idea Buffalo, and Yvon Chinourd, founder of the Patagonia company.

Empowering Community Through Design

The Sioux Falls Design Center is not just for designers. It's for community memberrs to connect and engage with the world of design. We're joined by Kellen Boice, executive director at the Sioux Falls Design Center, and Sara Lum, architect and vice president of the Sioux Falls Design Center.

Seeing Dakota With Sheila Agee and Ann Pederson

"Seeing Dakota: Collisions and Confluences" is a collaboration of artist Shelia Agee and writer and theologian Ann Pederson. The exhibit runs from Thursday, November 15 through Thursday, December 13. A gallery reception is set for 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, November 16, featuring an artist's talk at 7:30 p.m.

Are The Old West Myths Really True?

In The Moment ... November 13, 2018 Show 459 Hour 1 Bill Markley co-authored Old West Showdown with Kellen Cutsforth. This book takes a look at some people and events that took place in the American West. Tonight at 7, Bill will discuss this at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.

Meghan O'Gieblyn "Interior States"

In The Moment ... November 13, 2018 Show 459 Hour 1 Meghan O'Gieblyn's newly released collection of essays is called Interior States . It explores O'Gieblyn's upbringing in an evangelical family, her life in a Midwestern town, and her viewpoint from the middle of what some people refer to as "flyover country." The AME Allen Chapel in Yankton hosts the author Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Zandbroz Variety in Sioux Falls is hosting O'Gieblyn at 7:00 p.m.

Solidarity On The 80th Anniversary Of Kristallnacht

In The Moment ... November 9, 2018 Show 458 Hour 1 On the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, or "The Night of Broken Glass," several Lutheran Bishops have issued a statement of solidarity to the Jewish Community. Reverend David Zellmer, Bishop of the Evangelical Church in America's South Dakota Synod, explains the statement and continuing efforts of support of the Jewish Community after 14 people were killed at the Tree of Life Synagogue in suburban Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Moment In Sound With John Statz

In The Moment ... November 9, 2018 Show 458 Hour 1 Relationships, travel, soul-searchinig ... they're the subjects that can turn into great songs. They're the subjects that Denver-based singer/songwriter John Statz incorporates into his not-to-be-pigeonholed, but relateable folk/rock/country/Americana music. Statz plays for the Madison Area Arts Council Friday at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the road takes him to Miner Brewing Company in Hill City where he takes the stage at 7:00 p.m. Statz talks about

Prate To Keynote South Dakota Hunger Summit

In The Moment ... November 9, 2018 Show 458 Hour 1 People's right to healthy and sustainable food is the focus of the South Dakota Hunger Summit in Mitchell on Tuesday. Michael Prate, the keynote speaker, is the food sovereignty coordinator with Rosebud Economic Development Corporation. He discusses food security and projects at Rosebud.

The Legacy Of The Great War

In The Moment ... November 8, 2018 Show 457 Hour 2 The Great War of 1914-1918 came to an end 100 years ago this Sunday, November 11. Augustana University professors Patrick Hicks and Margaret Preston join us for a look at how this war helped shape the 20th Century. Learn more about South Dakota's role in WWI with "From the Great War to the Great Plains" on SDPB.

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