Online Program

Benefits & power of partnerships

Monday, November 2, 2015: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
The session tells a story of the power and benefits of community - academic partnership by using various case studies. The case studies include social determinants of health, human resource issues, technology, and so on.
Session Objectives: participants will be able to identify the benefits of partnership between community and academic in order to achieve favorable results.
Nickell Dixon, DrPH, MPH and Constance Kizzie-Gillett, Master of Leadership

Board 1
Factors that facilitate addressing the social determinants of health throughout a CBRP process   
Rebecca Paradiso de Sayu, PhD, MSW and Shannon Sparks, PhD
Board 2
Reimagining service learning: A dual investment in individual and community well being   
Kymberly Byrd, MSW, MPH, Andres Reyes, EdD, Josette Williams and Renee Boynton-Jarrett, MD, ScD
Board 3
A CBPR Approach to Creating Job Descriptions   
Rebecca Rapport, MPH, Sara Miller, MPA and Reginaldo Garcia, PhD
Board 4
Backyard Initiative Community Health Survey: Assessing Social Cohesion and General Health   
Atum Azzahir, Mark Anderson, MA, Janet Dahlem, MA, Susan Gust, Mau Jerinigan, Rose Lobely, Pamela J. Mink, PhD, MPH, Dimpho Orionzi, Lovel Trahan, BA, Dee Henry Williams, BA and Amged Yusuf, BA
Board 5
Creating a Community Outcomes Database and Research Bank, a Mutually Beneficial Partnership   
Rebecca Bernstein, MD, MS, John Keegan, BS and Kristen Vareka, LPC, CSAC
Board 6
Mapping the Food Environment to Inform Community Health Intervention Strategies: A Community-University Partnership   
Michelle Kaiser, PhD, MSW, MPH, Molly Stout, MS, CHES and Glennon Sweeney, MS
Board 7
Evaluating the impact of community-engaged research partnerships on communities   
Ellen Wolter, MPH, MPA, Deborah Hendricks, RN, MPH, Bernard L. Harlow, Ph.D. and Sheila Riggs, DDS, DMSc
Board 8
Mobile Screenings - Opening Doors to Improving Cardiovascular Health in High-Risk Communities   
Valerie Mitchell, Marlene Peters-Lawrence, RN, Gwenyth Wallen, PhD, Leah Yingling, BS, Alyssa Todaro-Brooks, BS, Johnetta Saygbe, BS, Dana Sampson, MBA, Allan Johnson, PhD and Tiffany Powell-Wiley, MD, MPH
Board 9
East Harlem COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disaster): The development of a neighborhood-based response strategy for a public health emergency   
Ann-Gel S. Palermo, MPH, DrPH, Hannah Wade, Evy Yeager, Caroline Beyer, David Ali, Ray Cornbill, MBA, Mali Trilla, Dorothy Calvani, RN, MSN, C-GNP, Carol Johnson, Emily Accamando and Lynn Roberts, PhD
Board 10
Building a community-academic partnership for breast cancer prevention, research, and outreach   
Ricardo Wray, PhD, MS, Sherrill Jackson, MHSA, RN, CPNP, BSNM, Shannon Nicks, MPH, Carolyn Vaughn, Eloise Crayton, Keri Jupka, MPH and Dell Yates

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus
Endorsed by: Ethics, Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health