4141.0 Partnering with Communities in Practice

Tuesday, November 1, 2011: 10:30 AM
This session focuses on partnering with communities in practice. The presentations differ from one another, but all focus on community partnering. The first three presentations discuss working with community based organizations to improve services, while the fourth paper describes how to build a community engagement core to meet the criteria for a Clinical and Translational Science Award.
Session Objectives: 1. Compare the perceptions of youth and their parent/guardian with regard to their satisfaction with youth mental health services. 2. Discuss the use of cognitive interviews with clients and staff to enhance program development. 3. Describe the use of community-based participatory research to improve the environment. 4. Describe how to build a powerful community engagement core.
Huey-Shys Chen, RN, PhD

10:30 AM
Evaluation of Adolescent Mental Health Services in a Rural County: A Collaborative Community & Academic Partnership
Gale A. Spencer, PhD, RN, Ralph Klotzbaugh, MS, NP, Frances Srnka Debnar, MS, RN and Maureen Daws, RN, MS
11:10 AM
An interdisciplinary community-academic CBPR partnership addressing environmental health concerns from litter and Brownfields
Rosemary V. Chaudry, RN, PhD, MPH, Barbara J. Polivka, PhD, RN, J. Mac Crawford, PhD, RN, Randi L. Love, PHD, OCPC, CHES, Robyn S. Wilson, PhD and Susan H. Colbert, BS
11:30 AM
Community engagement: An essential component of CTSAs
Elizabeth Reifsnider, PhD, APRN, BC and Sharon Petronella, MS, PhD

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Organized by: Public Health Nursing
Endorsed by: Health Administration

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)

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