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Please see below for a brief description of our publications, and information on how to obtain those still available. Many publications are available at no cost from our website.

For CCPH-authored books and journal articles, click here. To access CCPH member discounts on other publishers' publications, click here. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print some publications and forms below.

All Community-Campus Partnerships for Health documents and publications are subject to CCPH’s copyright and may be reproduced for the non-commercial purpose of scientific or educational advancement. Any reproduction of CCPH documents and publications (whether an excerpt or in its entirety) requires permission from CCPH. Click here for a reproduction request form.


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Community IRBs & Research Review Boards: Shaping the Future of Community-Engaged Research

Community IRBs

How can communities ensure they have a say in what research is conducted, how and by whom?  This 14-page report highlights 9 community-based research review mechanisms, identifies cross-cutting points and critical issues, and suggest next steps.  Published in collaboration with The Bronx Health Link and Albert Einstein School of Medicine, the report seeks to highlight the diverse approaches that communities can take when reviewing proposed research, some voluntary and advisory, others required and binding.

Click here to download and print the report.

Click here for more information about CCPH's Community-Based Participatory Research Ethics initiative.

Click here to join the Community-Based Participatory Research Ethics Listserv.


Partnership Perspectives:

WINTER 2007 - This issue of CCPH's peer-reviewed publication is a compilation of articles based on presentations at the CCPH 2006 conference, Walking the Talk: Achieving the Promise of Authentic Partnership

SUMMER 2000 - This 94-page magazine is a compilation of articles on each of the CCPH principles of partnership. Articles address such topics as: developing and sustaining community-campus partnerships; sharing power and resources among partners; strategies for building partnerships on partner strengths and assets; and the evolutionary stages of partnerships.

Click here to view and print the entire Winter 2007 publication and individual articles.


Though this publication is out of print in its entirety, each chapter is available electronically


Partners in Caring and Community: A Team Approach to Service-Learning in Nursing Education

This publication is based on the first eighteen months of the Partners in Caring and Community: Service-Learning in Nursing Education Program, a national demonstration program funded by the Helene Fuld Health Trust HSBC, Trustee. Nine service-learning partnerships in nursing education report on their experiences, outcomes and lessons learned. Each partnership involves a team of a nursing faculty member, a nursing student and a community agency partner. The perspectives of the team as a whole, as well as individual team members are provided. An annotated bibliography of articles and books on service-learning in nursing education is also included.

Though this publication is out of print as a complete book, each chapter is available in PDF format here.


Advancing the Healthy People 2010 Objectives Through Community-Based
Education: A Curriculum Planning Guide

An essential resource for curriculum planning at all levels of health professional education. The guide features background readings, case studies, worksheets, handouts, resources and reflection questions.

Though this publication is out of print in its entirety, one chapter is available electronically.


Caring and Community: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Nursing

Published in 1998 by the American Association of Higher Education in cooperation with Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, this 225-page softcover book goes beyond a simple "how-to" to provide a rigorous intellectual discussion of service-learning in nursing education. Chapters discuss the implementation of service-learning in the nursing discipline, and what nursing can contribute to the pedagogy of service-learning. It contains theoretical and pedagogical essays by disciplinary scholars, an annotated bibliography and sample syllabi and course assignments.

This is available as a PDF at http://1.usa.gov/rxxT7W and can also be ordered here.


Creating Community-Responsive Physicians: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Medical Education

BookPublished by the American Association of Higher Education in cooperation with Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, this softcover book presents the rationale for service-learning in undergraduate and graduate medical education, practical approaches to service-learning in a variety of institutional and community contexts, and a discussion of service-learning assessment strategies and outcomes. It also contains an extensive bibliography of print and web-based resources.

This is available as a PDF at http://1.usa.gov/vcbEgN and can also be ordered here.


Methods and Strategies for Assessing Service-Learning in the Health Professions

This 72-page workbook presents the strategies and methods that comprise an evaluation model for assessing the impact of service-learning in health professions education. It is intended to help readers understand the rationale and foundation for the various assessment approaches and provides an assessment tool at the end of the workbook that may be utilized in your own program/organization.

Though this publication is out of print in its entirety, sections are available electronically here.


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Flyers about CCPH Resources & Programs

These flyers provide easy-to-access listings of CCPH’s resources and programs, including many of our toolkits, reports, discussion groups, and other online materials.

Click here for a flyer on Community-Engaged Scholarship (CES) resources and programs.

Click here for a flyer on Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) resources and programs.




CCPH: Celebrating a Decade of Impact

This 31-page report, published in 2007, celebrates CCPH's 10th anniversary.  It includes a message from the CCPH Board of Directors, milestones across CCPH's history and a vision for the future.  It also acknowledges the individuals and organizations that have supported CCPH over the years.

Click here to download and print the report.



Community-Higher Education Partnerships: Community Perspectives

This annotated bibliography, primarily developed with community partners in mind, contains citations and abstracts for over 100 articles and reports.

Click here to view and print this publication.

Click here for more information about CCPH's community partner peer mentoring and advocacy activities.

Click here for more resources on community-campus partnerships.




Dental Partnerships: Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Community-Based Dental
Partnership Program

CCPH assisted the Health Resources and Services Administration's HIV/AIDS Bureau in writing this report which highlights the accomplishments of the Community-Based Dental Partnership Program's 12 grantees. The program engages dental students, dental hygiene students and dental residents in service-learning partnerships that provide community-based oral health care to people living with HIV/AIDS.

To read the report, click here.

To view the report online (which also has audio clips that describe grantee programs), click here




Ensuring Community-Level Research Protections

This 33-page report is the proceedings from the 2007 Educational Conference Call Series on Institutional Review Boards and Ethical Issues in Research co-sponsored by CCPH and the Tuskegee University National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care.

The report is intended as a resource and discussion piece for a wide variety of groups interested in learning about community-level research protections from unique perspectives. The report provides guidance for what you can do as a community member, research ethics committee member or researcher to ensure that communities involved in research maximize their benefits and minimize their risks. Community-based organizations involved in research, community-institutional research partnerships, IRBs, research ethics boards and community advisory boards will be especially interested in this report. An extensive list of resources, including publications, organizations and websites, is provided.

Click here to download and print this online-only publication.

Click here for more information on CCPH's CBPR & Research Ethics Program.




The Community-Engaged Scholarship Review, Promotion & Tenure Package

This 55-page resource describes 8 characteristics of quality community-engaged scholarship, and includes a sample dossier that shows how a community-engaged scholar may present his or her work to review, promotion and tenure (RPT) committees. A group exercise simulating an RPT committee process can be used as an educational tool with RPT committees.

For related resources, visit the Community-Engaged Scholarship Toolkit

Stay on top of the latest community-engaged scholarship (CES) news, funding and publishing opportunities, etc - subscribe today to the CES Listserv.




Faculty Toolkit for Service-Learning in Higher Education


Edited by CCPH and published by Learn and Serve America's National Service-Learning Clearinghouse, the toolkit is divided into 10 units designed to aid faculty in every step of planning, designing, and implementing service-learning programs into their curriculum and institutions as well as program evaluation and assessment.

Click here to access the toolkit.

Click here for additional service-learning resources.

To join the free service-learning in higher education listserv, click here.


Achieving the Promising of Community-Higher
Education Partnerships: Community Partners Speak Out!


Twenty-three experienced community partners from across the U.S. convened in April 2006 for Achieving the Promise of Authentic Community-Higher Education Partnerships: A Community Partner Summit at the Wingspread Conference Center in Racine, Wisconsin. The purpose of the Summit was to advance authentic community-higher education partnerships by mobilizing a network of experienced community partners. Participants engaged in a purposeful national dialogue that emphasized lessons learned and recommendations for individual and collective action. This proceedings report summarizes the major findings, recommendations and outcomes from the Summit

Click here to view and print this publication.

For more information about the Community Partner Summit, click here.

To join the free Community Partner Electronic Discussion Group, click here.


Achieving the Promise of Authentic Community-Higher Education Partnerships: Community Case Stories

These community-authored case stories provide diverse perspectives on community-higher education partnerships. An introduction offers suggestions for how these case stories can be used for developing and sustaining partnerships.

Click here to view and print this publication.

For more information about the Community Partner Summit, click here.

To join the free Community Partner Electronic Discussion Group, click here.


Developing and Sustaining CBPR Partnerships: A Skill-Building Curriculum

This evidence-based curriculum is intended as a tool for community-institutional partnerships that are using or planning to use a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach to improving health. Each of the 7 units in the curriculum includes:

  • Learning objectives
  • In-depth content information about the topic(s) being presented
  • Examples & interactive exercises designed to trigger discussion and help better understand the concepts being presented
  • Citations and suggested resources

Click here to access the curriculum.

Click here for more information on the project on which the curriculum is based.

Click here to access the CBPR resources webpage.

Click here to subscribe to the free CBPR electronic discussion
group.


Health Institutions as Anchors in Communities: Profiles of Engaged Institutions

This report, commissioned by the Annie E Casey Foundation, explores how health institutions, defined as hospitals, health systems, health professional schools and academic health centers, serve as instruments of community and economic development and describes the variety of anchor roles these institutions play.

Click here to view and print the report.

Click here for more information about the Health Institutions as Anchors in Communities Project.

Click here to subscribe to the Health and Higher Educational Institutions as Community Anchors listserv.


Community-Engaged Scholarship Toolkit

The goal of this online toolkit is to provide faculty with a set of tools to carefully plan and document their community-engaged scholarship and produce strong portfolios for promotion and/or tenure. The toolkit includes sections advising faculty in preparing for promotion and/or tenure review, specific details for creating a strong portfolio, examples of successful portfolio components from community-engaged faculty and a set of references and resources.

To access the toolkit, click here.

An introductory webconference on the toolkit was held on October 13, 2005. To access the powerpoint slides and audiorecording from the event, click here.

For more information on community-engaged scholarship, click here.

Click here to subscribe to the free Community-Engaged Scholarship electronic discussion group.


Linking Scholarship and Communities: Report of the Commission on Community-Engaged Scholarship in the Health Professions

The report from the Commission on Community-Engaged Scholarship in the Health Professions contains detailed recommendations for action by health professional schools and their national associations that can support community-engaged scholarship and cites promising practices that illustrate their implementation. The Commission is funded by the WK Kellogg Foundation.

Click here to view and print the report.

Click here for the report's executive summary.

Click here for an order form.

Click here to stay connected with the Commission and related work through the Community-Engaged Scholarship electronic discussion group.


Community-Campus Partnerships for Health: Making A Positive Impact

Published by the WK Kellogg Foundation, this publication reports on pragmatic insights from the diverse community-campus partnerships involved in CCPH's Community Voices Service-Learning Partnerships Project.

Click here to view and print the publication.



Directory of Funding Sources for Community-Based Participatory Research

Published by CCPH and the Northwest Health Foundation in June 2004, this directory includes funding agency descriptions, deadlines, contact information, examples of previously funded CBPR projects, and an annotated listing of funding resource websites.

Click here to view and print the directory.

We welcome your comments and suggestions for an improved future edition of the directory! Please complete and return this reader feedback form.



CCPH Conference 2004: Presentations and Related Materials

CCPH and The Network: Towards Unity for Health co-sponsored an International Conference, Overcoming Health Disparities: Global Experiences from Partnerships Between Communities, Health Services and Health Professional Schools, from October 6-10, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia USA.

Click here for daily reports on the conference.

Click here for a gallery of photos from the conference.

Click on the title below to view and print the relevant document:


A Guide to Community-Campus Partnerships for Health of People Experiencing Homelessness

Published by CCPH and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, this guide is intended as a partnership-building resource for faculty, students and Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) programs. The guide reviews literature on HCH-academic partnerships; provides descriptions of service-learning, clinical service and research partnerships; and includes a variety of resource materials.
The guide was developed with support from the Bureau of Primary Health Care, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Corporation for National and Community Service.

Click here to view and print the directory.


HUD/CCPH Symposium Papers and Proceedings

The National Symposium on Community University Partnerships: Translating Evidence into Action was cosponsored by HUD's Office of University Partnerships and CCPH on April 26, 2003.

1. Community-University Partnerships: What Do We Know? - discussion document prepared for the symposium

2. Community-University Partnerships: Translating Evidence into Action - symposium proceedings


CCPH Conference 2003: Presentations and Related Materials

The 2003 conference proceedings were published in the Summer 2003 issue of CCPH's Partnership Perspectives magazine. Click here for more information.

CCPH's 7th annual conference, April 26-29, 2003 in San Diego, CA, focused on "Taking Partnerships to A New Level: Achieving Outcomes, Sustaining Change." The conference demonstrated the significant outcomes and changes that can result from community-campus partnerships, and advanced the skills, tools and competencies needed to transform partnerships to a new level. Dr. David Satcher, former U.S. Surgeon General, as the opening keynote speaker, challenged and inspired all of us to take our partnerships to a new level of achievement. Ms. Bookda Gheisar, Executive Director of A Territory Resource, shared her passion and commitment to social justice and her vision for the future as closing keynote speaker.

To view photos from the conference, click here.

We are grateful for the support of our conference co-sponsors.

Click on the title below to view and print the relevant document:

  1. Conference call for papers
  2. Conference registration brochure
  3. Cosponsor/exhibitor prospectus
  4. Dr. David Satcher's opening keynote presentation
  5. Workshops - Sunday, April 27, 1:30 - 3:00 pm
  6. Workshops - Sunday, April 27, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
  7. Workshops - Monday, April 28, 10:30 - 12:00 noon
  8. Workshops - Monday, April 28, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
  9. Posters



Service-Learning in the Health Professions: Advancing Educational Innovations for Improved Student Learning and Community Health

Would you like to expand the community-based component of your curriculum? Interested in Developing or strengthening partnerships with community organizations? Are you looking to better equip future health professionals for community-based practice? These proceedings from CCPH's 7th annual Introductory Service-Learning Institute, held in June 2003, discuss these topics:

  • A Context and Framework for Service-Learning in Health Professions Education
  • Curriculum Development and Service-Learning
  • Building & Sustaining Meaningful Service-Learning Partnerships
  • Reflection: Linking Service and Learning
  • Evaluation and Continuous Improvement

Click here to view and print the publication.


CCPH Conference 2002: Presentations

The 2002 conference proceedings were published in the Summer 2002 issue of CCPH's Partnership Perspectives magazine. Click here for more information.

Community partnerships as a strategy for change in health and higher education have been gaining recognition and momentum in recent years. Both public and private funding agencies have invested millions of dollars in community partnerships for such goals as increased access to higher education, greater civic engagement, and positive change in individual health behavior, especially among traditionally disadvantaged communities. CCPH's 6th annual conference, May 4-7, 2002 in Miami, FL focused on the PARTNERSHIP as the leverage point for change in communities and higher educational institutions.

  1. Maximizing the Power of Partnerships: A Team-Based Workshop - preconference workshop presentation by Roz Lasker, Center for the Advancement of Collaborative Strategies in Health, The New York Academy of Medicine
  2. Partnership Self Assessment Tool - preconference workshop handout
  3. The Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center: Establishing and Maintaining a Partnership for Change - opening keynote presentation by Alex Allen, Director, Butzel Family Center and Barbara A. Israel, Professor, University of Michigan School of Public Health
  4. Taking The Mountain To Mohammed: A Dental Residency Example
    Blooper Session. (click here for handouts) (click here for PowerPoint presentation) Community Agency Coordination Of An Interdisciplinary Health Promotion Service-Learning - A Model For Implementation
    Workshop. (click here for handouts) (click here for PowerPoint presentation)
    Community Collaboration As A Means Of Improving Health
    Disparities: Moving From Analysis Paralysis To Action

    Workshop. (click here for PowerPoint presentation)
    The CCHERS/Americorps Experience: The Key To Successful Partnerships
    Story Session.
    The Role of Partnership Agreements In Community-Campus Partnerships
    Workshop.
  5. Workshop sessions, part 1
  6. Workshop sessions, part 2
  7. Workshop sessions, part 3
  8. Workshop sessions, part 4
  9. Poster sessions

CCPH Conference 2001: Commissioned Papers

January 2000 marked the launch of the Healthy People 2010 Objectives for the Nation, which set the nation's public health goals for the next decade: to increase quality and years of healthy life; and to eliminate health disparities that are associated with race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Achieving these goals will require community partnerships that involve ordinary citizens, grass roots organizations, community agencies, hospitals and health systems, businesses, government, philanthropy and other partners. CCPH's 5th anniversary conference demonstrated the contribution that community-campus partnerships can make to promoting health, reducing health disparities and improving quality of life.

Click here to view workshop, poster and site descriptions from the conference.

 

1. Health Promoting Universities: Policy and Practice - A UK Perspective ~ Mark Dooris

2. Inventory of Health-Promoting Courses, Programs and Initiatives

3. A Toolkit for Faculty, Students and Community LeadershipCommitted to Achieving the Nation's Health Objectives Through Community-Campus Partnerships


CCPH Conference 2000: Commissioned Papers

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health's 4th annual conference, April 29 - May 2, 2000 in Washington DC, was designed to broaden and deepen participants' understanding of the policies, processes and structures that affect community-campus partnerships, civic responsibility, and the overall health of communities. These nine papers, commissioned for discussion at the conference - played an integral role in the conference design and outcomes and would not have been possible without the generous support of the Corporation for National Service and the WK Kellogg Foundation.

Edited versions of papers 1-6, 8 and 9 appear in the July 2001 issue of the peer-reviewed journal Education for Health. Click here for the edited version of paper 6.

To view the table of contents, click here. -->

 

1. Integrating student learning objectives with community service objectives through service-learning in health professions schools curricula - Kate Cauley
2. Working with our communities: moving from service to scholarship in the health professions - Cheryl Maurana, Marie Wolff, Barbra J. Beck and Deborah E. Simpson
3. Promoting collaborations that improve health - Roz Lasker
4. Public policies to promote community-based and interdisciplinary health professions education - Janet Coffman and Tim Henderson
5. Building communities: stronger communities and stronger universities - Loomis Mayfield
6. Community-based participatory research: engaging communities as partners in health research - Barbara Israel, Amy J. Schulz, Edith A. Parker, and Adam B. Becker
7. Racial and ethnic disparities in health status: framing an agenda for public health and community mobilization - Gerard Fergerson
8. Social change through student leadership and activism - David Grande and Sindhu Srinivas
9. Advocating for community-campus partnerships for health - Charles G. Huntington

 


CCPH Conference Proceedings

CCPH convenes an annual conference on a topic of importance to community-campus partnerships. Each conference draws more than 500 participants, including representatives of community agencies, government organizations, foundations, health care delivery organizations, and leaders from educational institutions (including presidents, deans, department chairs, faculty and students). The conference agendas include workshops and posters selected by a "call for proposals" process, regional meetings, special interest groups, exhibits, community site visits and time for informal networking. Click here to learn about our next annual conference.

2002: The Partnership as the Leverage Point for Change ~ San Diego.

2001: Health for All in 2010: Confirming Our Commitment, Taking Action ~ San Antonio, TX

2000: From Community-Campus Partnerships to Capitol Hill ~ Washington DC

1999: Leadership for Healthier Campuses and Communities ~ Seattle

1998: Principles and Best Practices for Healthier Communities ~ Pittsburgh

1997: Building Sustainable Futures Together ~ San Francisco

 


Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation: 1996-1998 Final Evaluation Report

The Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation Program was a national demonstration program of service-learning in health professions education. In April 1995, twenty health professions schools were awarded three-year grants to integrate service-learning into their core curricula. An external evaluation of the program was conducted by a team at Portland State University. This 93-page report describes the overall scope and purpose of the evaluation, the methods used, and findings across the grantees from the two year evaluation. Readers should find the report useful in the following ways: as a model evaluation methodology for assessing the impact of service-learning and community-campus partnerships on multiple stakeholders; as a stimulus for discussion about the design and impact of service-learning and community-campus partnerships in the health professions as a tool for reflecting on and continuously improving your own service-learning program; as a tool for developing a strategic plan for service-learning and community-campus partnerships

This is highly recommended for those new to service-learning or in the process of designing service-learning programs.

Click here to view and print the publication.

Service-Learning Bibliography CCPH's ever-growing and regularly-updated bibliography of articles, books and reports on topics such as service-learning in different health professions disciplines, interdisciplinary collaboration, evaluation, and more. Click here to download


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A Toolkit for Faculty, Students and Community Leadership Committed to Achieving the Nation's Health Objectives Through Community-Campus Partnerships

This publication is designed to provide leaders who are involved in the community-campus partnerships with the knowledge and resources to support activities that are directly tied to the fulfillment of the Healthy People 2010 Objectives. It contains a Healthy People 2010 Assessment Tool to better understand your strengths and areas of improvement, Declaration and Commitment Forms to formally announce your personal and/or organizational pledges, and a Resource Listing of key publications, web sites and organizations.

No longer available.


Partnership Perspectives:


SUMMER 2003 - This 121-page magazine is a compilation of articles based on presentations at the 2003 CCPH conference Taking Partnerships to A New Level: Achieving Outcomes, Sustaining Change. Together, the articles illustrate the significant outcomes and changes that can result from community-campus partnerships, and highlight the skills, tools and competencies needed to transform partnerships "to a new level." The issue also features recommendations from various funding agencies and highlights from Dr. David Satcher's keynote presentation.

SUMMER 2002 – This 112-page magazine is a compilation of articles based on presentations at the CCPH 2002 annual conference, The Partnership as the Leverage Point for Change. Together, the articles make up a set of responses and resources for maximizing the power of community-campus partnerships at the community, state, regional, national, and international levels.

SUMMER 2000 - This 94-page magazine is a compilation of articles on each of the CCPH principles of partnership. Articles address such topics as: developing and sustaining community-campus partnerships; sharing power and resources among partners; strategies for building partnerships on partner strengths and assets; and the evolutionary stages of partnerships.

SPRING 1998 - This 79-page magazine is the inaugural issue of Partnership Perspectives. Articles address such topics as: institutionalizing service-learning; managed care and partnerships; health professions schools, seminaries, and faith communities; cultural competency and sensitivity; and an overview of Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation program and CCPH.

No longer available


Advancing the Healthy People 2010 Objectives Through Community-Based
Education: A Curriculum Planning Guide

An essential resource for curriculum planning at all levels of health professional education. The guide features background readings, case studies, worksheets, handouts, resources and reflection questions.

No longer available in its entirety.


Service-Learning in the Health Professions: Fostering Leadership for Service-Learning Sustainability

This publication is based on the first eighteen months of the Partners in Caring and Community: Service-Learning in Nursing Education Program, a national demonstration program funded by the Helene Fuld Health Trust HSBC, Trustee. Nine service-learning partnerships in nursing education report on their experiences, outcomes and lessons learned. Each partnership involves a team of a nursing faculty member, a nursing student and a community agency partner. The perspectives of the team as a whole, as well as individual team members are provided. An annotated bibliography of articles and books on service-learning in nursing education is also included.

No longer available.


Service-Learning in Health Professions Education: A Syllabi Guide

This 104-page guide showcases examples of service-learning courses in a variety of health professional disciplines. The Syllabi Guide provides 15 course descriptions, tools for service-learning curriculum development, and an extensive bibliography to facilitate the integration of service-learning into the health professions curriculum.

Though this publication is out of print, you can access CCPH's collection of service-learning syllabi and course materials here.





 

Articles authored by CCPH 

Several publications authored by CCPH staff are available from our office, please contact info@ccph.info for more information.

Partnership Matters Newsletter

From 1997-2010, CCPH published Partnership Matters newsletter to provide our members with easy access to information about grants, conferences, publications and other news in a succinct, readable format. With the rapid growth of time-sensitive information relevant to our mission and our members, in 2010 we began to use social media to disseminate information, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Announcements that are customized to member-identified interests are sent out using our online membership directory. Announcements are also posted on our topic-focused listservs, Member Interest Groups and monthly Member Highlights e-mail. If you are not a CCPH member, join today!

 

 

 
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