Community Academic Partnerships:Further Reading
See the reference list below for some of the work conducted by the community academic partnerships mentioned in this issue.
Community-Academic Partnerships to Improve Hispanic Immigrant Health: Perspectives from a Doctoral Student
J. Claire Schuch
Dulin, M. F., Tapp, H., Smith, H. A., de Hernandez, B. U., Coffman, M. J., Ludden, T., Sorenson, J., & Furuseth, O. J. (2012). A trans-disciplinary approach to the evaluation of social determinants of health in a hispanic population. BMC public health, 12(1), 769.
Youth ADAPT NC (2015). About Youth Adapt NC (Always Developing by Acting, Preparing, and Transforming) Retrieved from http://www.youthadaptnc.com/
Schuch, J. C., de Hernandez, B. U., Williams, L., Smith, H. A., Sorensen, J., Furuseth, O. J., & Dulin, M. F. (2014). Por nuestros ojos: understanding social determinants of health through the eyes of youth. Progress in community health partnerships: research, education, and action, 8(2), 197-205.
Reflections on Cultivating Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships with the Afghan Immigrant Community
Shirazi, M., Bloom, J., Shirazi A., & Popal, R. (2013). Afghan immigrant women's knowledge and behaviors around breast cancer screening. Psycho-Oncology, 22(8), 1705–1717.
Shirazi, M., Shirazi, A., & Bloom, J. (2015). Developing a culturally competent faith-based framework to promote breast cancer screening among Afghan immigrant women. Journal of Religion and Health, 54(1), 153–159.
Shirazi, M., Engleman, K. K., Mbah, O., Shirazi, A., Robbins, I., Bowie, J., Popal, R., Wahwasuck, A., Whalen-White, D., Greiner, A., Dobs, A., & Bloom, J. (2015). Targeting and tailoring health communications in breast screening interventions. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 9, 83–89.
Be Careful What You Wish For: A Community-Academic Student Partnership Story
Trina C. Salm Ward, Mary C. Mazul, Martha L. Berry and Amy E. Harley
Mazul, M. C., Salm Ward, T. C., Ngui, E. M. (2017). Anatomy of good prenatal care: Perspectives of low income African-American women on barriers and facilitators to prenatal care. Journal of Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities, 4(1), 79–86.
Salm Ward, T. C., Mazul, M. C., Ngui, E. M., Bridgewater, F. D. & Harley, A. E. (2013). "You learn to go last": Prenatal care experiences in a sample of low-income African-American women in Milwaukee. Maternal & Child Health Journal, 17(10), 1753–9.
The Power of The Personal: Breaking Down Stereotypes and Building Human Connections
Gay R. Thomas, Betty L. Kaiser and Kaitlin Svabek
Kaiser, B. L., Thomas, G. R., & Bowers, B. J. (2016). A Case Study of Engaging Hard-to-Reach Participants in the Research Process: Community Advisors on Research [End Page E17] Design and Strategies (CARDS)®. Research in Nursing and Health. doi:10.1002/nur.21753
Bowers, B., Jacobson, N., & Krupp, A. (2016). Can Lay Community Advisors Improve the Clarity of Research Participant Recruitment Materials and Increase the Likelihood of Participation? Research in Nursing and Health. doi:10.1002/nur.21752
Stigma as a Facet of Community-Academic Partnership
Mason, S., Sultzman, V., & Berger, B. (2014). "Like being in a cage": Stigma as experienced by adolescents whose mothers are living with HIV. Vulnerable Children & Youth Studies, 9(4), 323–331.
Mason, S., Vazquez, D., & Mason, R. (2014). Focused and motivated: A psychoeducational group with parents living with HIV. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 13(1), 79–96.
Mason, S., Berger, B., Ferrans, C., Sultzman, V., & Fendrich. M. (2010). Developing a measure of stigma-by-association with adolescents whose mothers have HIV. Research on Social Work Practice, 20, 65–73.
Engaging the Disengaged Community: Opportunities, Strategies and Lessons Learned Working with African American Males
Keon L. Gilbert
Spencer, M.B., Fegley, S., Harpalani, V., & Seaton, G. (2004). Understanding Hypermasculinity in Context: A Theory-Driven Analysis of Urban Adolescent Males' Coping Responses. Research in Human Development, 1(4): 229–257.
Gilbert, K.L., & Ray, R. (2016). Why Police Kill Black Males with Impunity: Applying Public Health Critical Race Praxis (PHCRP) to Address the Determinants of Policing Behaviors and 'Justifiable' Homicides in the USA. Journal of Urban Health, 1902–1904. doi: 10.1007/S11524–015–0005-X
Gilbert, K.L., Ray, R., & Langston, M. (2014). Vicious Cycle of Unequal Treatment and Social Dis(ease) of African American Males and Health. In C. Camp Yeakey, V.L. Sanders Thompson, & A. Wells (Eds.), Urban Ills: Twenty-First Century Complexities of Urban Living in Global Contexts, Vol. 2 (pp. 23–36). Lanham: Lexington Books.
Gilbert, K.L. et al. (2016). Visible and Invisible Trends in African American Men's Health: Pitfalls and Promises for Addressing Inequalities. Annual Review of Public Health, 37.
Rothman, J. (1996). The Interweaving of Community Intervention Approaches. Journal of Community Practice, 3(3–4): 69–99.
Engagement and Quality of Life in Under-represented Older Adults: A Community-Based Participatory Research Project
Ellen R. Brown, Yvonne Lu, Joyce Beaven, Hugh C. Hendrie, Karen Hanson, Carly A. Carvell and Mary G. Austrom
Guerriero Austrom, M., Brown, E., & Hendrie, H.C. (2015, March). Seniors Helping Seniors. Workshop presentation at the annual meeting of the American Society on Aging, Chicago, IL.
Guerriero Austrom, M., Carvell, C., Alder, C., Gao, S., Boustani, M.M., & LaMantia M. (2015, July). Poster presentation at the annual Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Washington, D.C.
Guerriero Austrom, M., Brown, E., Brown, S., Gao, S., & Hendrie, H.C. (2015, October). Seniors Helping Seniors. Poster presentation at the meetings of the International Psychogeriatric Association, Berlin, Germany.
Guerriero Austrom, M., Brown, E., Lu, Y., Hendrie, H.C. (2015, March). Seniors Helping Seniors: Engagement and Quality of Life. Workshop presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society on Aging, Chicago, IL. [End Page E18]