Call for Proposals – CCPH Annual Conference
Posted by on October 18, 2002
2003 Annual CCPH Conference – Call for Proposals Deadline is October 25, 2002
**Please note: If you experience difficulty saving the adobe form onto a disk, please copy and paste what you have filled out on the proposal submission form, and save it into a word document onto a disk (don’t worry about correcting the formatting). If you have any questions, or require additional assistance, please contact Kristina Riemer at 415-502-4415. Taking Partnerships to a New Level: Achieving Outcomes, Sustaining Change
April 26-29, 2003 ~ San Diego, CA ~ Westin Horton Plaza
Opening Keynote Speaker ~ Dr. David Satcher, former US Surgeon General
Share your work and get noticed! More than 500 of your colleagues from community, civic, government, philanthropic and health delivery organizations, health professionals schools, colleges and universities will attend this exciting four-day event. Submit your proposal today for a workshop, poster session or site visit.
CCPH’s 7th annual conference will demonstrate the significant outcomes and changes that can result from community-campus partnerships, and advance the skills, tools and competencies needed to transform partnerships “to a new level.” “A new level” is something that each partnership needs to define for itself. For example, perhaps “a new level” of a service-learning partnership might be to involve students from multiple disciplines, or to incorporate community-based research into the partnership’s work or to develop a campus center for service-learning. “A new level” for a partnership that is aiming to eliminate health disparities in communities of color might be to connect the partnership’s work to efforts to recruit and retain students of color into the health professions. Among the major themes to be discussed are:
* Community-campus partnerships for increasing access to care
* Community-campus partnerships for workforce development and diversity
* Community-campus partnerships for promoting health and eliminating health disparities
* Community-campus partnerships for improving education in the health professions or in health-related disciplines
* Community-campus partnerships for civic engagement and social change
* Community-campus partnerships for community and economic development
* Partnership basics toolbox
* Partnership sustainability toolbox
If you are interested in submitting a proposal for a skill-building workshop, story session, partnership bloopers session, poster or site visit, please access the Call for Proposals by visiting our website at http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/nationalconference.html or http://www.ccph.info (you can type directly into the Adobe form) or call CCPH’s fax-on-demand service at 1-888-267-9183 and select document #202. Proposal Submission deadline is October 25, 2002.
For information on conference cosponsorship and exhibit opportunities, please visit our website at http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/nationalconference.html
Visit our publications page http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/guide.html#Publications to view commissioned papers and materials prepared for past CCPH conferences, including sample workshop descriptions from last year’s conference!
See you in San Diego!
****This message is being sent out as a membership benefit for Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) members. If you are receiving this message and are not currently a member, we invite you to become a member today! Please visit our website at http://www.ccph.info for more information.****
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