4386.0 Public Health Nursing Research: Building Community Capacity

Tuesday, November 9, 2010: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Increased community capacity through partnership approach is essential to public health. This session explores different strategies used in building community capacity. Through the use of innovative interventions and collaborations, the community capacity in is strengthened.
Session Objectives: The audience will be able to 1. Describe different strategies in building community capacity. 2. Discuss research methods effective in building community capacity.
C. Florence Nwoga, RN, MSN, MPH

An Academic-Community Partnership to Improve the Health of High Risk Adolescents: Measuring Risky Behaviors and Parent-Teen Communication Using the AFL Core Instrument
Kathleen A. Sternas, PhD, RN, MaryAnn Scharf, EdD, Rosemarie Peterkin, MAT, Janet Summerly, MSN, RN and Wendiann Sethi, MS
Health Inequities: Moving Beyond the Culture Lens in Nursing Education
Faye Hummel, RN, PhD, CTN and Kathleen Fitzsimmons, RN, MEd, PhD
An international academic community partnership: A model for sustainable change
Lydia Greiner, MSN, APRN and Philip Greiner, DNSc, RN

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Organized by: Public Health Nursing

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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