CCPH Fellows for 2002/2003

Posted on May 17, 2002

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We are pleased to announce that the CCPH Fellows for 2002/2003 have been selected. See the press release below for details, and feel free to forward this information to colleagues and list serves that you feel would be appropriate.

CCPH Fellows Named for 2002/2003
June 5, 2002
The CCPH Fellows program, funded with generous support from the Helene Fuld Health Trust, HSBC Trustee (http://www.fuld.org/), and the Corporation for National and Community Service (http://www.nationalservice.org/), provides support to community based professionals, academic administrators, and faculty with significant knowledge and expertise in building and sustaining service-learning, community based participatory research, and community-campus partnerships. Selected from an impressive pool of over 130 applicants, the fifteen CCPH Fellows will work to advance these concepts in the context of health professions education and practice. CCPH Fellows serve as leaders in a wide variety of ways including:
-Serving as spokespersons within their field and/or discipline (i.e. working on relevant committees, presenting at national and regional conferences, writing articles for association journals or newsletter, mentoring junior colleagues, etc.)
-Serving as members of a "think tank" that advises CCPH staff and members on principles and best practices in their field and/or discipline.
-Serving as trainers and consultants to academic administrators, faculty, students and community based professionals through the CCPH Mentor Network, the CCPH Annual Conference and Service-Learning Institutes, and within their own campus, community, and region.

Each of the Fellows’ names, institutions, and project titles are provided below in alphabetical order. For more information about the CCPH Fellows program, or a specific CCPH Fellow, please visit the CCPH website: http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/fellows.html

Diane Calleson, Office of Educational Development and the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Chapel Hill, NC) "The scholarship of community engagement: Using promotion and tenure guidelines to support faculty work in communities. "

Sally Schwer Canning, Department of Psychology, Wheaton College (Wheaton, IL) "Strengthening linkages between faith-based community-campus partners: Enhancing mental health resources in poor communities"

Nola Freeman, Pike Market Senior Center (Seattle, WA) "A meeting of minds: A service-learning institute designed to facilitate communication between the partners"

Jan Gottlieb, Department of Family Medicine, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (Piscataway, NJ) "Toolkit for integrating community oriented primary care and cultural competency in medical education through service-learning"

Sheranita Hemphill, Allied Health Division?Dental Hygiene, Sinclair Community College (Dayton, Ohio) "The development of a model service learning dental hygiene program and a dental hygiene educator’s service-learning toolkit"

Michelle Henshaw, Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston University (Boston, MA) "Evaluation of service learning in dental and dental hygiene schools"

Anne M. Hewitt, Center for Public Service at Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ) "Facilitating community-campus partnerships: Integrating technology in the service experience"

Joyce Splann Krothe, School of Nursing, Indiana University (Bloomington, IN) "A community development model–the foundation of campus-community partnerships"

Lisa Margulis, The Cooperative Feeding Program (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) "Project S.C.O.P.E. (Student and Community Partner Excellence)"

Paula Reams, Kettering College of Medical Arts (Kettering, OH) "A service-learning honors program in a health professions college"

Anne Reiniger, attorney, social worker and former Executive Director of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Wyoming and New York) "Building community campus partnerships in underserved communities: An essential step towards effective services"

Cassandra Ritas, Center on AIDS, Drugs, and Community Health, Hunter College, the City University of New York (New York, NY) "Speaking truth, creating power: Development of a health policy tool kit for community-based participatory researchers"

Debra Sheets, Interdisciplinary Gerontology Program at California State University, Northridge (Northridge, CA) "Intergenerational partnerships for healthy aging"

Darius Tandon, Baltimore’s Success by 6? Partnership and the School of Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) "Development of a community-based participatory research curriculum for community pediatricians"

Maricela Ure?o, Public Health Solutions (New York, NY) "The Sowing the Seeds Project (STSP): Promoting higher education among minority youth"

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Community-Campus Partnerships for Health is a nonprofit organization that promotes health through partnerships between communities and educational institutions. In just five years, we have grown to a network of over 1000 communities and campuses that are collaborating to promote health through service-learning, community-based research, community service and other partnership strategies. These partnerships are powerful tools for improving health professional education, civic responsibility and the overall health of communities. Learn more about CCPH at http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph.html. For more information, contact Rachel L. Vaughn at 206-543-8010 or rvaughn@u.washington.edu, or visit http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/fellows.html.


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