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  Volume 1, Issue 1, Spring 2007

Table of Contents

From: Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action

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Editorial: Every Effect Has Its Cause

pp. 1-2
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Community Policy Briefs

The Rise of the Community-Based Participatory Research Initiative at the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences: An Historical Analysis Using the Policy Streams Model

p. 3
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Conducting Needs Assessment Using the Comprehensive Participatory Planning and Evaluation Model to Develop Nutrition and Physical Activity Interventions in a Rural Community in the Mississippi Delta

pp. 5-6
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Fit for Life Steps: Results of a Community Walking Intervention in the Rural Mississippi Delta

pp. 7-8
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Community Health Center Quality Improvement: A Systematic Review and Future Directions for Research

pp. 9-10
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Special Article

A Vision for Progress in Community Health Partnerships

pp. 11-30
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Original Research

The Rise of the Community-Based Participatory Research Initiative at the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences: An Historical Analysis Using the Policy Streams Model

pp. 31-39
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Conducting Needs Assessment Using the Comprehensive Participatory Planning and Evaluation Model to Develop Nutrition and Physical Activity Interventions in a Rural Community in the Mississippi Delta

pp. 41-48
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Fit for Life Steps: Results of a Community Walking Intervention in the Rural Mississippi Delta

pp. 49-60
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Podcast Interview Transcript

pp. 61-65
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Policy and Practice

Building a Research Agenda for Community Health Centers and the Medically Underserved: Meeting Proceedings

pp. 67-73
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Level of Evidence of the Value of Care in Federally Qualified Health Centers for Policy Making

pp. 75-82
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Using Information Technology to Improve Health Quality and Safety in Community Health Centers

pp. 83-88
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Education and Training

Building Community Research Capacity: Process Evaluation of Community Training and Education in a Community-Based Participatory Research Program Serving a Predominately Puerto Rican Community

pp. 89-97
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Practical Tools

Inspiring Knowledge Mobilization Through a Communications Policy: The Case of a Community University Research Alliance

pp. 99-104
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Systematic Reviews

Community Health Center Quality Improvement: A Systematic Review and Future Directions for Research

pp. 105-116
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Research Areas

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