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Agenda Of 11/22/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin 2011 University of New Mexico

Agenda Of 11/22/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Minutes Of 11/22/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin 2011 University of New Mexico

Minutes Of 11/22/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Notice Of 11/22/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin 2011 University of New Mexico

Notice Of 11/22/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


The Science Of Public Health Delivery: Evidence, Uncertainties & Research Needs, Glen Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

The Science Of Public Health Delivery: Evidence, Uncertainties & Research Needs, Glen Mays

Glen Mays

Policy initiatives to reform the nation's health system increasingly recognize the need to incorporate public health and prevention strategies. The nation's delivery system for public health, however, varies widely across states and communities in its structure, authority, and capabilities. This session examines research from the growing field of public health services and systems research to identify directions for improving public health delivery.


The Science Of Public Health Delivery: Evidence, Uncertainties & Research Needs, Glen P. Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

The Science Of Public Health Delivery: Evidence, Uncertainties & Research Needs, Glen P. Mays

Health Management and Policy Presentations

Policy initiatives to reform the nation's health system increasingly recognize the need to incorporate public health and prevention strategies. The nation's delivery system for public health, however, varies widely across states and communities in its structure, authority, and capabilities. This session examines research from the growing field of public health services and systems research to identify directions for improving public health delivery.


Estimating The Value Of Public Health Services & Systems: Evidence, Uncertainties, And Research Needs, Glen Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

Estimating The Value Of Public Health Services & Systems: Evidence, Uncertainties, And Research Needs, Glen Mays

Glen Mays

The Affordable Care Act authorized the largest expansion in federal funding for public health services and delivery systems in decades. These provisions, designed to support programs and services that promote health and prevent disease and injury on a population-wide basis, remain controversial because of uncertainties regarding their effectiveness in improving health and constraining medical cost growth. This session examines a series of recent studies to shed light on the health and economic value of spending on public health.


Estimating The Value Of Public Health Services & Systems: Evidence, Uncertainties, And Research Needs, Glen P. Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

Estimating The Value Of Public Health Services & Systems: Evidence, Uncertainties, And Research Needs, Glen P. Mays

Health Management and Policy Presentations

The Affordable Care Act authorized the largest expansion in federal funding for public health services and delivery systems in decades. These provisions, designed to support programs and services that promote health and prevent disease and injury on a population-wide basis, remain controversial because of uncertainties regarding their effectiveness in improving health and constraining medical cost growth. This session examines a series of recent studies to shed light on the health and economic value of spending on public health.


The Collage Of Functional Health Education For Effective Healthy Decisions And Health Promotion, Prof. Jerome Okonkwo Okafor 2011 Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

The Collage Of Functional Health Education For Effective Healthy Decisions And Health Promotion, Prof. Jerome Okonkwo Okafor

Prof. Jerome O Okafor

No abstract provided.


Disparities Research In Public Health Pbrns, Glen Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

Disparities Research In Public Health Pbrns, Glen Mays

Glen Mays

Public health agencies are well positioned within the health system to play key roles in addressing oral health issues on a population-wide basis, However, current evidence reveals wide geographic variation in the delivery of public health interventions for oral health promotion. This session explores the factors contributing to this variation, and it highlights studies underway through the Public Health Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs) to produce more and better evidence about public health delivery and impact.


Disparities Research In Public Health Pbrns, Glen P. Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

Disparities Research In Public Health Pbrns, Glen P. Mays

Health Management and Policy Presentations

Public health agencies are well positioned within the health system to play key roles in addressing oral health issues on a population-wide basis, However, current evidence reveals wide geographic variation in the delivery of public health interventions for oral health promotion. This session explores the factors contributing to this variation, and it highlights studies underway through the Public Health Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs) to produce more and better evidence about public health delivery and impact.


Leading Improvement Through Inquiry: Practice-Based Research Networks In Public Health, Glen Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

Leading Improvement Through Inquiry: Practice-Based Research Networks In Public Health, Glen Mays

Glen Mays

The field of public health has surged in public visibility and attention in recent years due to its potential to mitigate leading risks to human health and wellbeing. Advances in prevention research provide an expanding toolbox of programs, policies, and interventions to reduce health risks. As these advances occur, uncertainties loom large regarding how best to deliver efficacious public health strategies to the populations at greatest risk. The nation's local, state, and federal public health agencies—together with their peers and partners in the private and public sectors—represent a vast yet diffuse delivery system of actors charged, to greater or lesser …


17th-Inaugural Lecture Series @ Unizik, Jerome Okafor 2011 Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

17th-Inaugural Lecture Series @ Unizik, Jerome Okafor

Prof. Jerome O Okafor

No abstract provided.


Agenda Of 10/25/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin 2011 University of New Mexico

Agenda Of 10/25/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Minutes Of 10/25/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin 2011 University of New Mexico

Minutes Of 10/25/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Notice Of 10/25/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin 2011 University of New Mexico

Notice Of 10/25/2011 Hsc Board Of Directors Mtg, Patrice Martin

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Public Perception Study 2011: Mental Illness, Drug And Alcohol Abuse, Oscar T. McKnight 2011 Ashland University

Public Perception Study 2011: Mental Illness, Drug And Alcohol Abuse, Oscar T. Mcknight

Oscar T McKnight Ph.D.

This study examined the public perception of mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse. Field-interviews with participants occurred "on the street" with no difficulty. Participants offered ten general recommendations to professionals developing programs for mental illness, drug or alcohol abuse. The public stressed the professional responsibilities of physicians, pharmacists, counselors and teachers to prevent drug abuse.


Book Review: Nurturing Children And Families: Building On The Legacy Of T. Berry Brazelton, KATHLEEN FITE 2011 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Book Review: Nurturing Children And Families: Building On The Legacy Of T. Berry Brazelton, Kathleen Fite

Administrative Issues Journal

Lester, B. M., & Sparrow, J. D. (Eds.). (2001). Nurturing children and families: Building on the legacy of T. Berry Brazelton. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. 376 pp. ISBN 978-1-4051-9600-0


Using Pbrn Research To Inform Policy And Practice, Glen Mays 2011 University of Kentucky

Using Pbrn Research To Inform Policy And Practice, Glen Mays

Glen Mays

This brief provides examples of how findings from RWJF-supported research projects underway through the public health PBRNs and the larger field of PHSSR are being used to inform public health practice and policy.


To The Point: How Management Faculty Use Powerpoint Slides And Quizzes, STAN WILLIAMSON, KENNETH E. CLOW, ROBERT E. STEVENS 2011 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

To The Point: How Management Faculty Use Powerpoint Slides And Quizzes, Stan Williamson, Kenneth E. Clow, Robert E. Stevens

Administrative Issues Journal

This exploratory study examines U.S. management faculty usage of two types of supplements: PowerPoint (PPT) slides and quizzes. Results suggest the majority (67%) of experienced management faculty frequently employ PowerPoint in their classes. However, they do not see PPT basic slides provided by the publisher as very central to getting their message across. In using PPT they tend to personalize publisher slides to cover issues discussed in class and to embellish slides with visuals and videos for interest. Primarily they encourage their students to use PowerPoint slides provided on the instructor’s website to review lectures and chapter material to prepare …


The Leadership Triad: Identity, Integrity, Authenticity, David Henderson 2011 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Leadership Triad: Identity, Integrity, Authenticity, David Henderson

Administrative Issues Journal

The purpose of this qualitative intrinsic case study was to analyze how the inner lives of fifteen educational leaders impacted their leadership practice. The common experience of the Courage To Lead (CTL) program defined the case. This case study was bound by place as the cohort of educational leaders involved in this study were all from the Seattle area in Washington State and experienced the CTL program in 2002-2004 at the same venue. The study is bounded by time in that the analysis of the participants was from the beginning of their CTL experience in November, 2002 until January, 2007. …


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