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CCPH announces the Call for Proposals for our 2014 conference!
We invite you to share your knowledge, experience and lessons learned
with hundreds of colleagues who - like you - are passionate about the
power of partnerships to transform communities and academe. Click here for details.
CCPH Welcomes Five New Board Members! Selected from among 53
applicants, we are delighted to announce the 5 exemplary leaders who
began three-year terms on the CCPH board in May 2013: Rosey Hunter, Salt
Lake City, UT; Zack Marshall, St. John's, NL Canada; Chioma Nnaji,
Jamaica Plain, MA; Al Richmond, Durham, NC & Karriem Watson,
Chicago, IL. Click here to learn more about them.
Community Leaders from Across the U.S. Call for Health Research Equity & Impact.
The Community Network for Research Equity & Impact seeks to ensure
that communities have a significant voice in decisions about research
practice and policy, are true partners in research, and fully benefit
from the knowledge gained. Read about its Agenda for Action here.
To read past news, please click here.
Featured Member: Ann-Gel S. Palermo
has worked in the field of public health and medical education with a
principal focus on issues related to social determinants of health
using a community-based participatory research approach, health
outcomes disparities, and healthcare workforce diversity issues.
A community activist researcher, she has served since 1999 as the chair
of the Harlem Community & Academic Partnership (HCAP), a diverse
partnership of community residents, and representatives from community
based organizations, public health and academic organizations with a
community-driven and action-oriented approach to health research and
health policy that is based on the social determinants of health.
To learn more about Ann-Gel and her work, click here. To read about
previous Featured Members, click here.
If you would like to be a Featured Member, or
would like to refer a colleague, please email
Launched in Nov 2009, CES4Health.info
has peer-reviewed and published over 50 diverse products of
community-engaged scholarship including this one: Bridging the Communication Gap between Providers and Patients by Addressing Health Literacy in an Urban Immigrant Community is
a health literacy toolkit that focuses on medication management in
order to reduce medication errors in an immigrant pediatric urban
community. The toolkit consists of a curriculum aimed at empowering
patients to understand medication management, and a volunteer handbook
that guides volunteer-health-educators, community health workers and
medical providers in the use of this curriculum.
Follow the latest CES4Health.info
news & products on twitter!
|| Registration Open for CU Expo 2013!
CCPH is again delighted to support this Canadian-led
showcasing community-university partnerships worldwide. Plan to
join us June 12-15, 2013 in Corner Brook, Newfoundland! CCPH members save 20% off registration fees.
Join Us in Chicago
in 2014! Our
next major conference will be held April 30 - May 3, 2014 in Chicago!
Early investors include core partners Northwestern Medicine & the
University of Chicago Medicine and supporting partner, the Adler School
of Professional Psychology. Click here for the conference page. Click here for a save the date
flyer. Follow the latest conference developments on Twitter. Email us your ideas &
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