5034.0 Lessons Learned from Applications and Outcomes of CBPH Partnerships in Research

Wednesday, October 29, 2008: 8:30 AM
This session will examine the processes of developing successful CBPH partnerships.
Session Objectives: Describe various types partnerships and appreciate the benefits and challenges of partnerships. Explore tools for assessing successful partnerships
Tara Hayden, MHSA

8:30 AM
Health impact of incarceration on friends and family in the community
Daniel J. Kruger, PhD, E. Hill DeLoney, Arlene Sparks and John Sonnega, PhD
8:45 AM
A community based grassroots organization moves toward capacity building, strategic development and long-term commitment
Zack Rosenberg, Liz McCartney, Stacey C. Cunningham, MS and Jeanette H. Magnus, MD, PhD
9:00 AM
What the CAB says goes: Using the nominal group process to develop a reproductive health education program for African American youth
Lucy Annang, PhD, MPH, Lonnie Hannon, PhD, Wendy Sykes Horn, PhD, MPH, CHES and Faith E. Fletcher, MA
9:30 AM
At the Border Crossing Boundaries: Community Health Workers/Promotores in the HEART of a Community-Based Randomized Trial
E. Lee Rosenthal, PhD, Hector Balcazar, MS, PhD, Melissa Aguirre, BCH, CHES, Leticia Flores, MPH, Hendrik De Heer, MS, Leslie Schulz, PhD and Souraya Hajjar, MPH

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Organized by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus
Endorsed by: Community Health Workers SPIG, Public Health Education and Health Promotion, Public Health Nursing

CE Credits: CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing