References

Background and Development

Partnerships
Assessment and Prioritization
Readiness and Preparation
Capacity
Intervention
Evaluation
Momentum

Asthma Intervention Strategies
Colorectal Cancer Intervention Strategies
Diabetes Intervention Strategies
Heart Disease and Stroke Intervention Strategies
Immunizations Intervention Strategies
Injury From Falls Intervention Strategies
Motor Vehicle Injuries Intervention Strategies
Nutrition Intervention Strategies
Oral Health Intervention Strategies
Physical Activity Intervention Strategies
Sexual Assault Intervention Strategies
Tobacco Intervention Strategies

 

Background and Development

  1. Perlman, D. Public Health Practice vs. Research: Implications for Preparedness and Disaster Research Review by State Health Department IRBS. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 2008;2:185-191.

 

Partnerships

  1. Nelson J, Rashid H, Galvin V, Essien J, Levine L. Public/private partners: Key factors in creating a strategic alliance for community health. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 1999;16(3 Suppl):94-102.
  2. Kaye G, Wolff T. From the Ground Up: A Workbook On Coalition Building and Community Development. Amherst: AHEC/Community Partners, Inc.; 2002.
  3. Baker E, Homan S, Schonhoff R, Kreuter M. Principles of practice for academic/practice/community research partnerships. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 1999;16(3 Suppl):86-93.
  4. Gamm L. Advancing community health through community health partnerships. Journal of Healthcare Management. 1998;43(1):51-67.

 

Assessment and Prioritization

No citation in this section

 

Readiness and Preparation

  1. Johnson K, Grossman W, Cassidy A. Collaborating to improve community health: Workbook and guide to best practices in creating healthier communities and populations. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 1996.

 

Capacity

  1. Braveman P, Gruskin S. Defining equity in health. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2003;57:254-258.
  2. (National Center for Cultural Competence, NCCC)

 

Intervention

No citations in this section

 

Evaluation

  1. AHEC/Community Partners, Inc. From the ground up: a workbook on coalition building and community development. Amherst, MA: United Book Press; 2002
  2. McDermott, R.J., & Sarvela, P.D. (1999). Health Education Evaluation and Measurement, 2nd edition. The McGraw-Hill Companies.
  3. Windsor, R., Baranowski, T., Clark, N., & Cutter, G., (1994). Evaluation of Health Promotion, Health Education, and Disease Prevention Programs, 2nd edition. Mountain View, California. Mayfield Publishing Company.

 

Momentum

No citations in this section

 

Physical Activity Articles Abstracted

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Injury From Falls Articles Abstracted

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Oral Health Articles Abstracted

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