In each volume of Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, PCHP editors select one article for our Beyond the Manuscript podcast interview with the authors. Beyond the Manuscript provides the authors with the opportunity to tell listeners what they would want to know about the project beyond what went into the final manuscript. The associate editors who handled the articles conduct our Beyond the Manuscript interviews. Listen to each podcast episode by clicking on the play button in the player beneath each description.
This edition of Beyond the Manuscript features Vida Henderson, Claudia Guajardo, and
Gloria Palmisano, authors and community partners of Community-Based Participatory Research and User-Centered Design in a Diabetes Medication Information and Decision Tool, and Associate Editor Shonali Saha.
This edition of Beyond the Manuscript features Becky Dennison, author of Organizing for Health
Communities: A Report from Public Housing in Los Angeles, and Special Issue guest editor Nicole Vaughn.
This edition of Beyond the Manuscript features Alexandra Lightfoot and Melvin Jackson, authors of 'In My House': Laying the Foundation for Youth HIV Prevention in the Black Church and PCHP Associate Editor Jess Holzer.
This edition of Beyond the Manuscript features Sarah Kastelic and Bonnie Duran, authors of Evaluating Community Based Participatory Research to Improve Community Partnered Science and Community Health. They are interviewed by special guest editor Michelle Proser.
This edition of Beyond the Manuscript features Rachel Klimmek and Jennifer Wenzel, authors of Training of Community Health Workers to Deliver Cancer Patient Navigation to Rural African American Seniors and PCHP Editor-in-Chief Darius Tandon.
This edition of Beyond the Manuscript features Douglas M. Hirano, author of Asian American Health Research: What Community Agencies on the Front Line Need to Know, and Associate Editor Haera Han.
Welcome to a special edition of Beyond the Manuscript. In this episode outgoing Editor-in-Chief Eric Bass, incoming Editor-in-Chief Darius Tandon, and Associate Editor Pamela Bohrer Brown discuss the genesis of the Journal, how it has fulfilled its vision for the field of CBPR, and what lies ahead for the Journal and the field.
This issue’s Beyond the Manuscript podcast was conducted by REACH special issue Guest Editor Leandris Liburd and features Susan Sommer, Laurie Stillman, and Polly Hoppin, the lead author and community partners for Children’s Hospital Boston Community Asthma Initiative: Partnerships and Outcomes Advance Policy Change.
This issue’s Beyond the Manuscript podcast was conducted by Deputy Editor Darius Tandon and features Cathy Jordan and Shannon Pergament, the lead author and community partner for CES4Health.info: An Online Tool for Peer Reviewing and Disseminating Diverse Products of Community-Engaged Scholarship.
This issue's Beyond the Manuscript podcast was conducted by Associate Editor Lee Bone and features Fran Close, the lead author of Community-Based Internships to Address Environmental Issues: A Model for Effective Partnerships. The following is an edited transcript of the Beyond the Manuscript podcast.
This podcast features Steve Leff and Nicole Thomas, co-authors of Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Develop the PARTNERS Youth Violence Prevention Program, which appears in the special issue focused on community-based participatory research (CBPR) approaches to youth violence prevention. This special issue is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guest editor Catherine Bradshaw conducted the interview.
This podcast features Sarena Seifer, the founding executive director of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH), and Margo Michaels, the executive director and founder of Education Network to Advance Cancer Clinical Trials (ENACCT). Seifer and Michaels are the coauthors of Applying Community-Based Participatory Research Principles and Approaches in Clinical Trials: Forging a New Model for Cancer Clinical Research. Associate Editor Amanda Tanner conducted the interview.
This podcast features Dionne Coker-Appiah, an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Georgetown University and coauthor of Rural African-American Youth Speak Out About Community-Based HIV Prevention Interventions. Associate Editor Wendy Bennett conducted the interview.
This podcast features Sergio Matos, of Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health’s Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health. Matos, also of the Community Health Worker Network of NYC, is the coauthor of Community Health Worker Insights on Their Training and Certification. Associate Editor Barbra Bates-Hopkins conducted the interview.
This podcast features Adeline Nyamathi, a professor at the UCLA School of Nursing and coauthor of Perceptions and Healthcare Needs of HIV-Positive Mothers in India. Associate Editor Amanda Latimore conducted the interview.
This podcast features Professor Richard Suminski of the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Department of Physiology, and coauthor of Neighborhoods on the Move: A Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Promoting Physical Activity. Kate Cagney, Associate Professor of Health Services Research at the University of Chicago conducted the interview.
This podcast features Professor Susana Helm of the University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Scott Okamoto of Hawai`i Pacific University, and Howard Medeiros and Jay Kimura, Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, County of Hawai`i, authors of Participatory Drug Prevention Research in Rural Hawai`i with Native Hawaiian Middle School Students. Deputy Editor Darius Tandon conducted the interview.
This podcast features Professor Jill Guernsey de Zapien of the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona and her community partner Carol Huddleston, authors of Building a Successful Community Coalition-University Partnership at the Arizona-Sonora Border. Editorial Fellow Wendy Bennett conducted the interview.
This podcast features Professor Marlynn May of the Texas A&M Health Sciences—Department of Social and Behavioral Health, School of Rural Public Health, and Jon Law of the Center for Border Health Research authors of CBPR as Community Health Intervention: Institutionalizing CBPR within Community Based Organizations. Associate Editor David Levine conducted the interview.
This podcast features James Sanders of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Mary Jo Baisch of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Institute for Urban Health Partnerships authors of Community-based Participatory Action: Impact on a Neighborhood Level Community Health Improvement Process. Associate Editor Patricia Tracey conducted the interview.
This podcast features Christopher Heaney of the University of North Carolina School of Public Health and lead author of the West End Revitalization Association's Community Owned and Managed Research Model: Development, Implementation, and Action; Sacoby Wilson of the University of Michigan School of Public Health and lead author of Use of EPA Collaborative Problem-Solving Model to Obtain Environmental Justice in North Carolina; and Omega Wilson, president of the West End Revitalization Association, which services residents, homeowners and landowners of five African American communities in Alamance County and Orange County, North Carolina. Clara Goldberg-Freeman, a PCHP editorial fellow conducted the interview.
This podcast features Jennifer Hatcher of the University of Kentucky, College of Nursing, and lead author of Human Subjects Protection Training for Community Workers: An Example From "Faith Moves Mountains" and Katie Dollarhide, Project Manager for the University of Kentucky's Faith Moves Mountains, a cervical cancer intervention project. Dr. Crystal Wiley, an Editorial Fellow at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, conducted the interview.
This podcast features Valencia Remple of the British Columbia Center for Disease Control and lead author of, Conducting HIV, AIDS Research with Indoor Commercial Sex Workers Reaching a Hidden Population, and Soni Thindal, program coordinator for Project ORCHID of the Asian Society for the Intervention of AIDS in Vancouver, British Columbia. Monique Tello, Associate Editor and Senior Clinical Fellow at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, conducted the interview.
This podcast features Jamie Zoellner, Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Food Systems at the University of Southern Mississippi, lead author of Fit for Life Steps, Results of a Community Walking Intervention in the Rural Mississippi Delta, and Demetric Warren, staff member of the Hollandale Lower Mississippi Delta Nutrition Intervention Research Initiation, who contributed to the study project. Lee Bone, Associate Editor, and Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, conducted the interview.
Volume: 7 (2013)
Print ISSN: 1557-0541
Online ISSN: 1557-055X