Special Issue of Journal of Academic Medicine: academic-community partnerships
Posted by on May 27, 2005
[posted from Community Campus Partnerships for Health]
The April 2005 Issue of the Journal Academic Medicine Features Articles Authored by Staff, Members, and Partners in a special section on academic-community partnerships (see below). The full table of contents appears at http://www.academicmedicine.org/content/vol80/issue4/?etoc
What Community-Based Education Can Teach Tomorrow’s Doctors.
Michael E. Whitcomb
Acad Med 2005; 80:315-316
Community-Engaged Scholarship: Is Faculty Work in Communities a True Academic Enterprise?
Diane C. Calleson, Catherine Jordan, and Sarena D. Seifer
Acad Med 2005; 80:317-321
Recognizing the Value of Community Involvement by AHC Faculty: A Case Study.
Beat D. Steiner, Diane C. Calleson, Peter Curtis, Adam O. Goldstein, and Amy Denham
Acad Med 2005; 80:322-326
How a Community-Based Organization and an Academic Health Center Are Creating an Effective Partnership for Training and Service.
Dodi Meyer, Anne Armstrong-Coben, and Milagros Batista
Acad Med 2005; 80:327-333
A Historical Overview of Interdisciplinary Family Health: A Community-Based Interprofessional Health Professions Course.
Richard A. Davidson and Rhondda Waddell
Acad Med 2005; 80:334-338
Teaching Professionalism Within a Community Context: Perspectives from a National Demonstration Project.
Thomas P. O’Toole, Navneet Kathuria, Mahita Mishra, and Daniela Schukart
Acad Med 2005; 80:339-343
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