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sku=4801 Developing Community-Academic Partnerships to Enhance Breast Health Among Rural and Hispanic Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Women written by Cathy Meade and Arlene Calvo in 2001.
Articles on reducing health disparities address HIV symptoms, culturally appropriate interventions, community-academic partnerships, and a case study on Thai women living with HIV/AIDS.
This article describes the development of a professional service learning experience with the homeless in which a community-academic partnership was created to meet community needs.
LOS ANGELES -- An HIV prevention program for young Latino parents that was created in a community-academic partnership between the UCLA School of Nursing and the National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute (NLFFI) is now recognized by the federal government as a model program that enhances the health and quality of care of at-risk populations.
Especially useful are chapters on community-academic partnerships and the building of alliances that support the integration of education, research, and practice.
Strategies for change in the development of a community-academic partnership to promote health.
In this program developed at the University of Denver, a community-academic partnership was established with Mi Casa Resource Center for Women, one of the primary community support providers in the Denver Latina community and La Clinica Tepeyac, a community medical center for monolingual Spanish-speaking Latino immigrants.