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CCPH is excited to offer discounts on journals and books in the field of community-campus partnerships! We have teamed up with a variety of publishing partners to bring you these discounts. Not a member? Join now!


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CCPH participates in affiliate programs through Jossey-Bass (which now includes Anker Publishing) and Powell’s Books. Jossey-Bass, an imprint of Wiley, sells a wide range of public health, higher education and nonprofit titles and offers CCPH members a 15% discount. Powell’s Books is an independently owned bookstore that sells both used and new books. Proceeds from these programs support scholarships and membership development at CCPH—to order your favorite books, just click through the Jossey-Bass banner link or enter your search terms in the Powell's search box, below.

 

 

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CCPH Publications

For detailed descriptions of CCPH-authored or supported publications, visit our resources page.  Many titles are available electronically.



Springer

Springer

CCPH is pleased to announce a 20% discount on all Springer Publications! We would specifically like to feature the book Community-Based Participatory Health Research, Second Edition. The lead editor is Dan Blumenthal, a member of the CCPH-CTSA member interest group and the partnership that received the first CCPH annual award in 2002!

Springer Publishing Company is known as an innovative nursing, gerontology, psychology, social work, counseling, public health, and rehabilitation publisher.  CCPH Members save 20%: click here.






Jossey-Bass, an imprint of Wiley, offers a variety of Public Health, Higher Education and Non-Profit titles.

Anker Publishing titles are now available through Wiley too!

To see CCPH’s suggested titles from Jossey-Bass, click here.

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Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics

University of California Press

The only journal in the field of human research ethics dedicated exclusively to empirical research, its aim is to improve ethical problem solving in human research. The journal publishes empirical research and reviews of empirical literature on human research ethics.

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Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action

Johns Hopkins University Press

Known to some of you as “the journal of CBPR,” this quarterly peer-reviewed journal facilitates dissemination of programs that use community partnerships to improve public health, promotes progress in the methods of research and education involving community health partnerships, and stimulates action that will improve the health of people in communities.

CCPH Members Save Over 50%! The Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) and CCPH have reached an agreement to provide CCPH members a deeply discounted one-year subscription offer with a special renewal rate, effective December 1, 2010.  Individuals can choose a one-year subscription to either the print or electronic versions of PCHP for $35. Students can take advantage of the same offer for just $10 while the institutional rate for CCPH members will be $75 for the first year.   CCPH members can also choose a combined print and electronic subscription at greatly discounted prices: $15 for students, $50 for individuals and $105 for institutions.  All subscriptions through this offer will be eligible for renewal after the first year at a 20 percent discount of the journal's full price.   Click here for details and a link to the discount URL.



Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved

Johns Hopkins University Press

The only professional journal in the US that focuses exclusively on contemporary health care issues of low-income, under-represented, and other medically underserved communities, the Journal addresses such diverse areas as health care access, quality, costs, legislation, regulation, promotion and disease prevention. The official journal of the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved.

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The Johns Hopkins University Press The Johns Hopkins University Press is the oldest continually-operating university press in America.

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Pursuing Opportunities Through Partnerships: Higher Education and Communities

West Virginia University Press

In 1998, the W.W. Kellogg Foundation provided funding for four universities to collaborate with surrounding communities on mutually beneficial projects, through the Expanding Community Partnerships Program. In a series of innovative learning collaborations, East Tennessee University, the University of Texas at El Paso, West Virginia University, and Northeastern University established strong, sustainable partnerships with organizations in their local communities.

Although each university approached its partnering differently, they all shared the goal of benefiting the underserved communities where they are located and transforming their institutions by enhancing students’ educational experiences and strengthening faculty, student, administration, and staff relationships with local residents. This book shares those relationship-building experiences of the four universities and communities.

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Promoting Civic Engagement in Healthcare Management Education: Concepts & Cases
Association of University Programs in Health Administration

This volume, co-edited by CCPH members Mary Stefl, Sherril Gelmon and Anne Hewitt and published in November 2006, provides rich examples of how academic programs in health administration have integrated civic engagement activities into their overall curriculum or specific curricular offerings.  It is a handbook, of sorts, for faculty who are ready to transform their courses. Content in the volume draws in part from Anne Hewitt's work while a 2002-2003 CCPH Fellow.

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The Obesity Culture: Strategies for Change, Public Health and
University-Community Partnerships

This book, authored by Francis Johnston and CCPH Member Ira Harkavy, examines obesity as a social problem not a disease. The authors argue it is a complex problem and one that requires cooperation in the communities with schools, colleges and universities playing a central part. They describe examples of such partnerships as the Urban Nutrition Initiative, the award-winning community partnership project of the University of Pennsylvania. Both in urban America and globally the authors conclude that obesity is most prevalent among disadvantaged citizens.

CCPH members save 15%: Click here and enter the promotional code CCPH15. If you have questions, call Enfield
Publishing at 1-888-216-7611.



Handbook of Engaged Scholarship

Handbook of Engaged Scholarship, Volume 1: Institutional Change
Contemporary Landscapes, Future Directions

Handbook of Engaged Scholarship, Volume 2: Community-Campus Partnerships
Contemporary Landscapes, Future Directions

In these two volumes, co-edited by Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Cathy Burack and CCPH Executive Director Sarena Seifer, contributors capture the rich diversity of institutions and partnerships that characterize the contemporary landscape and the future of engaged scholarship. Click here for Volume 1 table of contents. Click here for Volume 2 table of contents.

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Democracy and Higher Education

Democracy & Higher Education


Authored by Scott Peters and published by Michigan State University Press, this book examines traditions of civic engagement in American higher education and contains a dozen oral history profiles of contemporary practitioners.  It aims to strengthen and defend higher education’s positive roles in and for a democratic society.  Click here for more information.

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