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CCPH Member Interest Groups (MIGs)


Member Interest Groups (MIGs) are designed to mobilize CCPH members for collaborative problem-solving and collective action around priority topics of shared interest. MIGs were initiated during small group discussions that took place at the CCPH 10th Anniversary Conference in April 2007. Each MIG has a listserv to facilitate communication among its members. These listservs are moderated by one or more CCPH members who volunteer to serve in this role.

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New and renewing CCPH members receive the MIGs password via email when their membership is confirmed. If you are a CCPH member and need the password, send an email to info@ccph.info

CCPH Member Interest Group Descriptions

CCPH Members are encouraged to join as many MIGs as they wish!

Before you subscribe to a MIG listserv, be sure to review the guidelines for use.

Don't see a MIG that addresses your interests? Volunteer to moderate a new MIG! Contact CCPH info@ccph.info with your idea.

Aboriginal & Indigenous Peoples' Health: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to improve the health (broadly defined) of Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples.

  • Moderator: We are currently seeking a moderator for this MIG. If you are interested, send an email to CCPH at info@ccph.info

    CCPH members interested in this MIG are encouraged to visit this related CCPH webpage:

Community-Academic Partnerships in HIV/AIDS: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to improve the health (broadly defined) of people living with HIV/AIDS and address the social determinants of HIV/AIDS.

  • Moderator: Pending

Community-Engaged Scholarship: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to recognize and reward community-engaged scholarship, such as through promotion and tenure guidelines, faculty and staff development, institutional support structures and opportunities for peer review and dissemination.

Emerging Leaders: This MIG is intended for CCPH member students, post-doctoral fellows and others who seek to support and develop future leaders of community-academic partnerships and social change.

Ethical Issues in Partnerships: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to address ethical issues that arise in community-academic partnerships, such as establishing community advisory boards, obtaining community consent and navigating institutional review boards/ethics review boards.

  • Moderator: Nancy Shore, University of New England School of Social Work, Portland, ME, USA. Nancy is seeking a volunteer co-moderator. If you are interested, send an email to Nancy at nshore@une.edu

CCPH members interested in this MIG are encouraged to visit these related CCPH webpages:

Homelessness & Health: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to improve the health (broadly defined) of people experiencing homelessness and to address the root causes of homelessness.

International Partnerships: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to strengthen and support partnerships that are working across multiple countries or nations, such as international community-based research collaborations and international service-learning exchange programs.

  • Co-moderators: Becky Davis, Child Family Health International, San Francisco, CA, USA, and Mick Huppert, Office of Community Programs, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA

    CCPH members interested in this MIG are encouraged to visit these related CCPH webpages:

Partnerships for Policy Change: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to elevate the policy relevance and impact of the work being done through community-academic partnerships.

Refugee & Immigrant Health: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to improve the health (broadly defined) of immigrants and refugees.

  • Moderator: Danelle Marable, Institute for Health Policy/Community Benefit, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA

Rural Health Partnerships: This MIG is intended for CCPH members who seek to improve the health (broadly defined) of people in rural communities.

  • Moderator: Pending

    CCPH members interested in this MIG are encouraged to visit this related CCPH webpage:

Guidelines for Use of CCPH Member Interest Group Listservs

Member Interest Group listservs are offered by CCPH as a member benefit. CCPH does not accept responsibility for opinions and information posted by list members. While these lists are moderated, the guidelines below have been established to prevent inappropriate conduct. All posts must be made in accordance to these guidelines. Should any member violate these guidelines, CCPH reserves the right to remove them from the list(s).

No users should:

  • Post any slanderous, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, or hateful content or content which is racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable.
  • Post or transmit sexually explicit images or other offensive content.
  • Post unsolicited advertisements for any given product or service.
  • Impersonate any person or a name that you are not entitled or authorized to use.
  • Intentionally or unintentionally violate any applicable local, state, national or international law, including but not limited to posting of copyrighted materials (for news articles or other copyrighted information that is on the web, please post links to the information).

 

 

 
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