Session: Effective Community Partnerships as Catalysts for Disease Prevention
5009.0: Wednesday, November 19, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Effective Community Partnerships as Catalysts for Disease Prevention
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Facilitator(s):Jamila Rashid, PhD, MPH
Claude-Alix Jacob, MPH
Table 1"The Gathering" Fostering State Wide MCH Collaboration In Reducing Infant Mortality Among Communities of Color
Patricia McManus, PhD, RN, Alice Alm
Table 2A Marriage Made In The Community: The Real Deal On How Community-based Clinicians and Academic Institutions Can Be Successful In A Collaborative Partnership
Lori M. Riley, MD, Angela Odoms, PhD, Linda Tinson, APN, CNP, Kyungran Shim, MD, Evelyn Bell, MD, MPH, Yolanda Williams, BS, MA
Table 3Community-based participiatory research approaches to early HIV/AIDS prevention programs for African-American youth
Crystal L. Meyer, MPH
Table 4University-Community Partnerships: Increasing the Institutional Assets by forming Community Partnerships
Selena E. Smith, BA,(MPA), Adedeji Sikiru Adefuye, MBBS, MPH, Shaffdeen Amuwo, PhD,, MPH
Table 5Effective Community-based Participatory Research: The Process and the Outcome
Fran Close, PhD, Sokoya Finch, MA, Marvin A. Crafter, Adrienne L. Hollis, PhD
Table 6Red Coats Are Coming: A Model Service Learning Project in the Arkansas Mississippi Delta Region
Jacuelyn D. Gilbert, MPH, PT, Adedeji Sikiru Adefuye, MBBS, MPH, Terri I. Williams
Table 7Creating Successful Community Partnerships for Disease Prevention Programs
Tiffany S. Sullivan, MPH
Table 8Healthy hearts in Baltimore’s public housing: A partnership to address cardiovascular disease health disparity in a public housing community
Lenee N. Simon, MPH, Robinson Fulwood, PhD, MSPH, Gregory J. Morosco, PhD, MPH
Table 9Identifying the mechanics of building partnerships between community based organizations to implement programs
Nancy Tartt, MS
Table 10Reducing Health Disparities in Arthritis: Community Partnerships Make the Difference
Kelli L. Carrington, MA, CHES, Janet S. Austin, PhD, Julie Townshend, Robert Miranda-Acevedo, Lillian Cosme, Nicole Schuett, Barbara B. Mittleman, MD
Organized by:Black Caucus of Health Workers
Endorsed by:Alternative and Complementary Health Practices; Community Health Planning and Policy Development; Labor Caucus; Public Health Nursing
CE Credits:CME, Nursing, Pharmacy

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA