CCPH Fellows 2002/2003
CCPH Fellows program, funded with generous support from the Helene
Fuld Health Trust, HSBC Trustee, and the Corporation
for National and Community Service, provides support to community
based professionals, academic administrators, and faculty with significant
knowledge and expertise in building and sustaining service-learning, community
based participatory research, and community-campus partnerships. Selected
from an impressive pool of over 130 applicants, the fifteen CCPH Fellows
will work to advance these concepts in the context of health professions
education and practice. CCPH Fellows serve as leaders in a wide variety
of ways including:
- Serving as spokespersons within their field
and/or discipline (i.e. working on relevant committees, presenting at
national and regional conferences, writing articles for association
journals or newsletter, mentoring junior colleagues, etc.)
- Serving as members of a "think tank"
that advises CCPH staff and members on principles and best practices
in their field and/or discipline.
- Serving as trainers and consultants to academic
administrators, faculty, students and community based professionals
through the CCPH Consultancy
Network, the CCPH
Annual Conference and Service-Learning
Institutes, and within their own campus, community, and region.
The Responsibilities of CCPH Fellows are outlined
- Complete a Project &
Disseminate it. Design a project within their field and/or discipline
that advances and supports SL, CBPR, and/or community-campus partnerships.
Disseminate project outcomes - for example, submit an article to an
appropriate peer reviewed journal, present the results at a regional
or national conference, and/or develop a product (i.e. curriculum guide,
video, monograph, etc.)
- Mentoring. Provide
national and regional role modeling and expertise related to SL, CBPR,
and/or community-campus partnerships within their community, institution,
and/or region. Serve as a liaison between CCPH and an appropriate professional
or disciplinary association.
- Training & Technical Assistance. Provide
consultation to CCPH members through two of three venues: 1) Serve as
a resource to CCPH organizational members by providing a minimum of
two one hour phone consultations per year 2) Serve as a CCPH Consultant
for the CCPH Consultancy Network for a minimum of one workshop per year,
and/or 3) Serve as a resource for CCPH staff as they embark on discipline
and field specific projects related to SL, CBPR, and/or community- campus
partnerships by providing a minimum of two one hour phone consultations.
- Document, Reflect, and
Evaluate. Develop and submit to CCPH a portfolio of work accomplished
as a CCPH Fellow. Portfolios will be due on December 31, 2002 and May
31, 2003. Participate in regular conference calls with other CCPH Fellows
and the CCPH Program Coordinator.
- Attend the CCPH Annual Conference. Apply
to present at the 2003 CCPH Annual Conference. Attend the CCPH Annual
Conference in San Diego, CA April 26-April 30, 2003. We expect CCPH
Fellows to obtain funding support to attend the conference through organizational
or other resources.
To learn more about a particular CCPH Fellow and
their Fellowship project, click on the CCPH Fellows' name.
- Diane Calleson,
Office of Educational Development and the Department of Family Medicine
at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Chapel Hill, NC)
"The scholarship of community engagement: Using promotion and tenure
guidelines to support faculty work in communities"
- Sally Schwer
Canning, Department of Psychology, Wheaton College (Wheaton,
IL) "Strengthening linkages between faith-based community-campus
partners: Enhancing mental health resources in poor communities"
- Nola Freeman,
Pike Market Senior Center (Seattle, WA) "A meeting of minds: A
service-learning institute designed to facilitate communication between
- Jan Gottlieb,
Department of Family Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry
of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (Piscataway, NJ) "Toolkit
for integrating community oriented primary care and cultural competency
in medical education through service-learning"
Hemphill, Allied Health Division-Dental Hygiene, Sinclair
Community College (Dayton, Ohio) "The development of a model service
learning dental hygiene program and a dental hygiene educator's service-learning
Henshaw, Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston University
(Boston, MA) "Evaluation of service learning in dental and dental
- Anne M. Hewitt,
Center for Public Service at Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ)
"Facilitating community-campus partnerships: Integrating technology
in the service experience"
- Joyce Splann
Krothe, School of Nursing, Indiana University (Bloomington,
IN) "A community development model--the foundation of campus-community
- Lisa Margulis,
The Cooperative Feeding Program (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) "Project S.C.O.P.E.
(Student and Community Partner Excellence)"
- Paula Reams,
Kettering College of Medical Arts (Kettering, OH) "A service-learning
honors program in a health professions college"
- Anne Reiniger,
attorney, social worker and former Executive Director of the New York
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Wyoming and New York)
"Building community campus partnerships in underserved communities:
An essential step towards effective services"
Ritas, Center on AIDS, Drugs, and Community Health, Hunter
College, the City University of New York (New York, NY) "Speaking
truth, creating power: Development of a health policy tool kit for community-based
- Debra Sheets,
Interdisciplinary Gerontology Program at California State University,
Northridge (Northridge, CA) "Intergenerational partnerships for
- Darius Tandon,
Baltimore's Success by 6® Partnership and the School of Medicine
at The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) "Development of
a community-based participatory research curriculum for community pediatricians"
- Maricela Ureño,
Public Health Solutions (New York, NY) "The Sowing the Seeds Project
(STSP): Promoting higher education among minority youth"