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

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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739902/building-the-beloved-community-reflections-in-understanding-relationships-to-food-for-native-hawaiians
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Summer Miles, Leina'ala Bright, Puanani Burgess, Mabel Ho DeCambra, Rachelle Keahelaumakani Enos, Gwen Kalilihiwa, Mary Frances Oneha, Cheryl Kalaniki Kintaro, Carol Hi Titcomb, Sandra S Morimoto-Ching, Kehaulani Padilla
INTRODUCTION: Health disparities within the Native Hawaiian community have been well-documented for many years. METHODS: Innovative, culturally relevant, and community-generated approaches are required to truly change the trajectory and impact of chronic illnesses for Native Hawaiians. This article describes the experiences of residents from Wai'anae and Waimānalo who were trained in a process called Building the Beloved Community, and facilitated group sessions for a community-based participatory research (CBPR) project around 'ai pono (eating healthy), seeking to understand Native Hawaiian community residents' perceptions of current and historical influences on eating...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739901/health-research-funding-agencies-policies-recommendations-and-tools-for-dissemination
#2
Pearl A McElfish, Rachel S Purvis, M Kathryn Stewart, Laura James, Karen H Kim Yeary, Christopher R Long
THE PROBLEM: Dissemination is a key component of translational research. However, research participants rarely receive findings from the studies in which they have participated. Funding agencies have a significant amount of influence to promote research dissemination through requirements, recommendations, and tools. However, it is not clear to what extent current funding agencies promote dissemination to study participants.Purpose of Article: A review of major health research funders was conducted to ascertain the current policies, recommendations, and tools related to 1) academic dissemination, 2) lay community dissemination, and 3) returning results to research participants...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739900/collaborative-value-creation-framework-the-potential-for-strengthening-intersectoral-partnerships-in-chronic-disease-prevention
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Lori K Baugh Littlejohns, Cameron D Willis
BACKGROUND: There is considerable theoretical appeal and investment in intersectoral partnerships for chronic disease prevention, yet there is limited understanding of pathways for creating collaborative value. OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this paper was to discuss the Collaborative Value Creation Framework in terms of its potential to understand how value is created in prevention partnerships. RESULTS: The framework holds promise for a) studying the significance of all types of collaborative value and in what contexts, b) examining how sources of collaborative value can be enhanced, c) surfacing how mindsets advance or hinder collaborative efforts, and d) establishing interdependent links with and between other elements of the framework such as collaborative processes, stages, and outcomes to increase value creation potential...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739899/lessons-learned-from-the-implementation-of-a-shared-community-academic-hiv-prevention-intervention
#4
Yolene Gousse, Davin McFarlane, Marilyn Fraser, Michael Joseph, Bibi Alli, Marion Council-George, Hermione Fraser, Desmond Romeo, Nelson Urraca, Patrick Wellington, Mark Stewart, Ruth C Browne, Moro O Salifu, Peter Vavagiakis, Tracey E Wilson
BACKGROUND: Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is used to guide the design and evaluation of programs aimed at addressing complex health issues. Effective administrative management of CBPR projects is essential to ensuring the success and fidelity of these programs. OBJECTIVE: We identify an administrative framework to support the implementation and management of a community- academic CBPR initiative. METHODS: The Barbershop Talk with Brothers (BTWB) project was a cluster randomized CBPR intervention designed to reduce HIV among high-risk heterosexual men...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739898/developing-a-curriculum-for-change-water-and-environmental-health-literacy-in-a-native-american-community
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Deborah LaVeaux, Vanessa W Simonds, Velma Picket, Jason Cummins, Erin Calkins
BACKGROUND: Knowing about risks of water contamination is the first step in making informed choices to protect our health and environment. Researchers were challenged with sharing water quality research this information with local communities. OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this article is to describe the formative evaluation used to develop and implement an Environmental Health Literacy (EHL) summer camp and afterschool water curriculum for Native American (NA) children in the fourth through sixth grades...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739897/increasing-wic-farmers-market-nutrition-program-redemption-rates-results-and-policy-recommendations
#6
Miriam Seidel, LuAnn Brink, Malik Hamilton, Leslie Gordon
BACKGROUND: WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) aims to increase consumption of fresh produce among Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) participants while supporting local farmers. Area stakeholders are addressing the existing barriers to FMNP use that keep participation low. OBJECTIVES: Increase FMNP check redemption by participants in a Pittsburgh WIC office. METHODS: Quasiexperimental design including cooking demonstrations, tours of FMs, and community garden visits...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739896/the-role-of-health-policies-in-faith-based-institutions-in-promoting-health-and-changing-food-practices-the-philadelphia-ujima-experience
#7
Candace Robertson-James, Lidyvez Sawyer, Sulianie Mertus, Diana Robertson, Sharon Congleton, Suzanne Watkins, Judith Wolf, Ana Núñez
BACKGROUND: The Philadelphia Ujima Health Collaborative uses a community-based participatory research framework to address nutrition in underserved communities. Participation in individual-level focused health promotion activities motivated two faith-based partners to develop wellness policies to better inform their health promoting practices, specifically around food served at church events. OBJECTIVES: This study investigated the effectiveness of church-based policies in influencing 1) organizational practices regarding food and beverages served and sold and 2) individual attitudes and practices toward healthy eating...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739895/an-academic-community-partnership-to-improve-health-care-workforce-diversity-in-greater-cincinnati-lessons-learned
#8
Barbara Tobias, Greer Glazer, Tammy Mentzel
BACKGROUND: The University of Cincinnati (UC) participated in a learning collaborative aimed at preparing a culturally sensitive, diverse, and prepared health workforce. OBJECTIVES: Describe the development, accomplishments, and lessons learned of an academic-community partnership vested in improving health care workforce diversity and health disparities in the Greater Cincinnati region. METHODS: Researchers created a Community Advisory Board (CAB) consisting of university, community, and health system representatives...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739894/evolution-of-an-international-research-collaborative-in-hiv-and-rehabilitation-community-engaged-process-lessons-learned-and-recommendations
#9
Kelly K O'Brien, Patricia Solomon, Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco, Will Chegwidden, Esther McDonnell, Darren Brown, Richard Harding, Colm Bergin, Catherine Worthington, Stephen Tattle, Larry Baxter, Ayesha Nayar, David M Kietrys, Mary Lou Galantino, Tammy Yates
BACKGROUND: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is increasingly considered a chronic illness. Rehabilitation can address some of the health challenges of people living with HIV (PLWHIV); however, the field is emerging. OBJECTIVES: We describe our experience establishing an international collaborative in HIV and rehabilitation research using a community engaged approach. METHODS: The Canada-UK (now Canada-International) HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC) is a network of more than 85 PLWHIV, researchers, clinicians, and representatives from community-based organizations collectively working to advance knowledge on HIV and rehabilitation...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739893/fostering-community-engagement-and-acquiring-understanding-of-health-needs-through-a-participatory-rural-appraisal-in-haiti
#10
Penelope Neal, Amy Knowles, Samuel DuMond
BACKGROUND: Haiti has a population of 10 million people, and is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Individuals living in rural and geographically isolated areas of Haiti are particularly vulnerable to chronic illness secondary to unmet health needs. Participatory Rural Appraisals (PRA) can be conducted to rapidly gain knowledge while empowering locals to participate in the identification and prioritization of their health needs. OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this report was to gain a more thorough understanding of the comprehensive health needs of the rural village of Beloc, Haiti, and to engage and empower the community to be effective agents of change...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739892/research-advocacy-training-program-benefits-diverse-older-adults-in-participation-self-efficacy-and-attitudes-toward-research
#11
Ron Wincek, Madeleine E Hackney, Hae-Ra Han
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739891/research-advocacy-training-program-benefits-diverse-older-adults-in-participation-self-efficacy-and-attitudes-toward-research
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Rebecca L Dillard, Molly Perkins, Ariel Hart, Chaohua Li, Ron Wincek, David Jones, Madeleine E Hackney
BACKGROUND: Developing a Research Participation Enhancement and Advocacy Training Program for Diverse Seniors (DREAMS) is a two-part health education (part 1 [DP1]) and research advocacy training (part 2 [DP2]) program grounded in CBPR principles designed to address underrepresentation of socioeconomically disadvantaged and/or minority older adults in research. OBJECTIVES: We examine the effects of DREAMS on health literacy, psychosocial function, beliefs/attitudes toward research, and self-efficacy in diverse older adults age 65 and older who completed only part 1 of DREAMS (n = 51) versus those who completed both parts 1 and 2 (DREAMS Team [DT]; n = 24)...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739890/fostering-community-engagement-and-acquiring-understanding-of-health-needs-through-a-participatory-rural-appraisal-in-haiti
#13
Penelope Neal, Amy Knowles, Samuel DuMond
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30739889/research-advocacy-training-program-benefits-diverse-older-adults-in-participation-self-efficacy-and-attitudes-toward-research
#14
Rebecca L Dillard, Molly Perkins, Ariel Hart, Chaohua Li, Ron Wincek, David Jones, Madeleine E Hackney
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30581178/developing-a-tribal-health-sovereignty-model-for-obesity-prevention
#15
Derek Jennings, Meg M Little, Michelle Johnson-Jennings
BACKGROUND: Few models for effective health interventions exist for stemming the tide of American Indian (AI) childhood obesity rates; they are among the highest in the United States and are increasing. Obesity-related chronic diseases (i.e., diabetes type II and cardiovascular disease) rates far exceed other U.S. racial groups. Some studies show success with health interventions that center within an AI worldview and approach, rather than those that center on an individualistic Western worldview...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30581177/community-organizing-to-influence-policy-change-in-oregon-for-disaggregated
#16
Connie Kim Nguyen-Truong, Chiao-Yun Hsiao, Victoria Demchak
BACKGROUND: The Institute of Medicine (IOM)'s Subcommittee on Standardized Collection of Race/Ethnicity Data for Healthcare Quality Improvement recommends standardized collection of the existing Office of Management and Budget race and Hispanic ethnicity categories as well as locally relevant categories of disaggregated ethnicity and languages. The lack of category standardization hinders achieving health outcomes for many populations most at risk for increasing morbidity and mortality...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30581176/qualitative-perspective-on-the-learning-health-system-how-the-community-health-applied-research-network-paved-the-way-for-research-in-safety-net-settings
#17
Natalia Vargas, Lydie A Lebrun-Harris, Jessica Weinberg, Anne Dievler, Kaytura L Felix
BACKGROUND: Safety-net populations are underrepresented in health research networks. To address this deficit, the Community Health Applied Research Network (CHARN) was created to promote integration of research in health centers (HCs). CHARN embodies a learning health system (LHS) model to advance the evidence base for improved care in safety-net settings. OBJECTIVES: We sought to identify lessons learned from the development of research infrastructure to promote the inclusion of safety-net populations in research...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30581175/developing-a-community-academic-partnership-to-promote-mental-health-among-underserved-preadolescent-girls-in-boston-massachusetts
#18
Madina Agénor, Farah Qureshi, Kenyora Johnson, Sarah Kacevich, Ayesha McAdams-Mahmoud, Jahnavi Curlin
BACKGROUND: Strong Women Strong Girls (SWSG) supports positive mentoring relationships between college women and preadolescent girls in underserved communities. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH) seeks to advance population health through learning, discovery, and communication. OBJECTIVE: To establish a community-academic partnership between SWSG staff and HSPH researchers, understand the mental health experiences and needs of SWSG girls, and inform research-based mental health promotion activities for SWSG girls...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30581174/use-of-storytelling-to-increase-navigation-capacity-around-the-affordable-care-act-in-communities-of-color
#19
Minal R Patel, Lindsay TerHaar, Zaineb Alattar, Michael Rubyan, Madiha Tariq, Katherine Worthington, Joslyn Pettway, Julie Tatko, Richard Lichtenstein
BACKGROUND: Improving health insurance coverage and retention in communities of color is a national priority and new approaches are needed. OBJECTIVES: To describe 1) the formation of Insure Detroit, a community-based participatory research (CBPR) partnership aimed at addressing health insurance and Affordable Care Act (ACA) literacy challenges in economically disadvantaged areas, 2) the development of Insuring Good Health, a novel, multimedia, health information technology-focused intervention to address the health aims of the partnership, and 3) the evaluation plan for the intervention...
2018: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30581173/baltimore-connect-a-randomized-trial-to-build-partnership-between-community-organizations-and-a-local-health-system
#20
Albert W Wu, Sandra Hwang, Christine M Weston, Chidinma Ibe, Romsai T Boonyasai, Lee Bone, Lopa Basu, Isaac Lief, Janice Gentry, Leon Purnell, Michael Rosenblum
BACKGROUND: Community-based organizations (CBOs) are key partners in supporting care, but health systems and CBOs operate in silos. Baltimore Community-based Organizations Neighborhood Network: Enhancing Capacity Together (CONNECT) was a randomized, controlled trial based on the core tenets of the World Health Organization's (WHO) African Partnerships for Patient Safety Community Engagement (ACE) approach. OBJECTIVES: We describe a research protocol and lessons learned from a partnership between Johns Hopkins Health System and 11 CBOs...
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