Volume 7 Issue 1 (2015)
International Public Health Journal


Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1947-4989
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double Column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Contributions of inter-professional collaborations in improving health

Edited By Rosemary M Caron and Joav Merrick


Contributions of interprofessional collaborations in improving health
Rosemary M Caron and Joav Merrick

Review Articles

An inter-governmental approach to childhood obesity in Chicago, Illinois
Christine Bozlak, Adam Becker, Jennifer Herd, Andrew Teitelman, Judah Viola, Bradley Olson, and Bechara Choucair

Collaborative efforts towards an interdisciplinary and interprofessional dual degree program for public health training in a new rural medical school
Mark V White, Olapeju M Simoyan, Alberto JF Cardelle, Steven Godin, Elizabeth C Kuchinski, Erica L Townsend, and Janet M Townsend

Establishing partnerships between public health and academic partners to address infant mortality
Jennifer Mooney, Farrah Jacquez, and William Scott

Original Articles

Effect of a financial education program on the health of single, low-income women and their children
Kathleen A Packard, Julie C Kalkowski, Nicole D White, Ann M Ryan-Haddad, Lisa L Black, Kathleen A Flecky, Jennifer A Furze, Lorraine M Rusch, and Yongyue Qi

A novel financial education program for single women of low-income and their children
Nicole White, Kathleen Packard, Julie Kalkowski, Ann Ryan-Haddad, Kathy Flecky, Jennifer Furze, Lori Rusch, and Lisa Black

Utilization of peer teen advocates to increase awareness of human papillomavirus and vaccination among urban youth
Denise Uyar, Staci Young, Sarah Tyree-Francis, and Mary Ann Kiepczynski

Innovations in continuing professional education: A model to impact interprofessional collaboration
Linda J Mast, Ateequr Rahman, Bard I Schatzman, Diane Bridges, and Neil Horsley

Community Wise: A formative evaluation of a community-based health intervention
Liliane Cambraia Windsor, Lauren Jessell, Teri Lassiter, and Ellen Benoit

The promising potential role of sustainable development and conservation related bridging organizations in promoting health
Paivi Abernethy

The Lutiisi Academy Primary School: Using community-centered design as a catalyst for change
Peter J Ellery, Jane Ellery, John Motloch, and Martha Hunt

Using concept mapping to mobilize a Black faith community to address HIV
Magdalena Szaflarski, Lisa M Vaughn, Daniel McLinden, Yolanda Wess, and Andrew Ruffner

Building interprofessional cultural competence: Reflections of faculty engaged in training students to care for the vulnerable
Joy Doll, Ann Ryan Haddad, Ann Laughlin, Martha Todd, Katie Packard, Jennifer Yee, Barbara Harris and Kimberly Begley

Building a co-created citizen science program with gardeners neighboring a superfund site: The Gardenroots case study
Monica D Ramirez-Andreotta, Mark L Brusseau, Janick Artiola, Raina M Maier, and A Jay Gandolfi

Community-engaged research and homeless adolescents: Capturing perceptions of health care and building lasting relationships with the community
Ricky T Munoz, Jeremy S Aragon, and Mark D Fox

Bridge to care for refugee health: Lessons from an interprofessional collaboration in the Midwest
Ruth Margalit, Laura Vinson, Christine Ngaruiya, Kara Gehring, Pam Franks, Caci Schulte, Andrew Lemke, Joshua Blood, Tyler Irvine, Chelsea Souder, Deeko Hassan, Andrea Langeveld, Carolyn Corn, Thu Hong Bui, and Ann Marie Kudlacz

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