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Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action


1.1 The Rise of the Community-Based Participatory Research Initiative at the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences: An Historical Analysis Using the Policy Streams Model

1.1 Conducting Needs Assessment Using the Comprehensive Participatory Planning and Evaluation (CPPE) Model to Develop Nutrition and Physical Activity Interventions in a Rural Community in the Mississippi Delta

1.1 Community Health Center Quality Improvement: A Systematic Review and Future Directions for Research

1.1 Fit for Life Steps: Results of a Community Walking Intervention in the Rural Mississippi Delta

1.2 Exploring the Impact of Head Start on Parents: A Pilot Study

1.2 A Personal Care Assistants and Blood Exposure in the Home Environment: Focus Group Findings

1.3 Community-Based Free Prostate Cancer Screening Program

1.3 The Teen Photovoice Project: A Pilot Study to Promote Health Through Advocacy

1.3 "You've Got to Understand Community": Community Perceptions on "Breaking the Disconnect" Between Researchers and Communities

1.4 Systematic Review of U.S.-Based Randomized Controlled Trials Using Community Health Workers

1.4 Perceptions of Methadone Maintained Clients about Barriers and Facilitators to Help-Seeking Behavior

2.1 Community-Based Participatory Action: Impact on a Neighborhood Level Community Health Improvement Process

2.2 Assessing Process and Outcomes: Evaluating Community-Based Participatory Research

2.3 Assessing Community Readiness for Change in the Nashville Hispanic Community Through Participatory Research

2.4 Institutionalizing a Comprehensive Tobacco-Cessation Protocol in an Indigenous Health System: Lessons Learned

2.4 Cancer Assessment Methodology in a Native Hawaiian Community

3.1 A Culturally Adapted Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program for Aboriginal Children and Youth

3.1 Partnering With Education and Job and Training Programs for Sustainable Tobacco Control Among Baltimore African American Young Adults

3.1 Neighborhoods on the Move: A Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Promoting Physical Activity

3.2 Perceptions and Health Care Needs of HIV-Positive Mothers in India

3.2 The Association of Incarceration with Community Health and Racial Health Disparities

3.2 Photographing Ugandan Physical Activity: Perspectives From Mbararan Youth

3.3 Strategies to Improve Chronic Disease Management in Seven Metro Boston Community Health Centers

3.4 Understanding Body Image in African American and Caucasian First-Graders: A Partnership with the YMCA

3.4 The Healthy Connections Project: A Community-Based Participatory Research Project Involving Women at Risk for Diabetes and Hypertension

3.4 In Their Own Voices: Rural African-American Youth Speak Out About Community-Based HIV Prevention Interventions

4.1 Translating Diabetes Prevention Into Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Communities: The PILI 'Ohana Pilot Project

4.3 Streetworkers, Youth Violence Prevention, and Peacemaking in Lowell, Massachusetts: Lessons and Voices From the Community

4.3 The Violence Intervention and Prevention Team (VIP): Results of an Action Research Evaluation

5.1 Art Messaging to Engage Homeless Young Adults

5.2 Community-Centered Family Health History: A Customized Approach to Increased Health Communication and Awareness

5.2 Closing the Gap Between Insecticide Treated Net Ownership and Use for the Prevention of Malaria

5.4 Community-Based Participatory Approach to Reduce Breast Cancer Disparities in South Dallas

5.4 Power-Up: A Collaborative After-School Program to Prevent Obesity in African American Children

5.4 Key Informants and Community Members in Community-Based ParticipatoryResearch: One Is Not Like the Other

6.2 Dimensions of Community and Organizational Readiness for Change

6.2 Community-Based HIV Clinical Trials: An Integrated Approach in Underserved, Rural, Minority Communities

6.2 Views of Biobanking Research Among Alaska Native People: The Role of Community Context

6.2 Location and Organizational Features: What Type of Veteran Communities Participate in Health Programs?

6.2 Exploring Community Gardens in a Health Disparate Population: Findings from a Mixed Methods Pilot Study

6.3 Assessing an Intervention to Improve Clinical Trial Perceptions Among Predominately African-American Communities in South Carolina

6.3 Results From an Intervention to Improve Rural Home Food and Physical Activity Environments

6.3 Leveraging Community‚ÄďAcademic Partnerships to Improve Healthy Food Access in an Urban, Kansas City, Kansas, Community

6.4 Rheumatic Disease Patients, Community Leaders, and Health Behavior Researchers: Partners in Research

7.1 What Do Public Housing Residents Think About Their Health?

7.1 Impact of LEED-Certified Affordable Housing on Asthma in the South Bronx


Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action

Volume: 7 (2013)
Frequency: Quarterly
Print ISSN: 1557-0541
Online ISSN: 1557-055X