Past publications and products

HCAP RELATED PRODUCTS


Publications
      1. Freudenberg, N. Case history of the Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies in New York City. J Urban Health.     
      2001;78(3):508-18 

      2. Galea S, Factor SH, Bonner S, Foley M, Freudenberg N, Latka M, Palermo A-G, Vlahov D. An Urban Research Center In         Harlem, New York City: A case-study in collaboration between the community, service providers and academics. Public Health     Reports. 2001;116(6). S135-S145. 
 
      3. Galea S, Factor, SH, Palermo, A-G, Aaron D, Canales E, Vlahov D. Access to resources for substance users in Harlem,        
New York City: Service provider and client perspectives. Health Education & Behavior 2002;29(3):296-311.

      4. Factor SH, Galea S, Garcia de Duenas L, Saynisch M, Blumenthal S, Canales E, Poulson M, Foley M, Vlahov D.     
      Development of a “Survival” Guide for Substance Users in Harlem, New York City. Health Education & Behavior       
      2002;29(6):312-320. 
  

5. Shulz A, Krieger J, Galea S. Addressing social determinants of health: Community-based participatory approaches to research and practice. Health Education & Behavior. 2002; 29(3):287-95


6. van Olphen J, Freudenberg N, Galea S, Palermo A, Ritas C. “Advocating Policies to Promote Community Reintegration of Drug Users Leaving Jail: A Case Study of a Policy Change Campaign guided by Community Participatory Research” in Community-Based Participatory Research For Health, eds: Meredith Minkler, PhD and Nina Wallerstein, PhD.  Rutgers University Press, 2002. 


7. Coming back to Harlem from jail or prison: The voices of inmates.  A report for Harlem Community Service Providers: Report presented at Coming Back to Harlem from Jail or Prison: One Way or Round Trip? A Community Forum.  New York City, October 2002.


8. Metzler MM, Higgins DL, Beeker CG, Freudenberg N, Lantz PM, Senturia KD, Eisinger AA, Viruell-Fuentes EA, Gheisar B, Palermo AG, Softly D. “Addressing urban health in Detroit, New York City, and Seattle through community-based participatory research partnerships.” American Journal of Public Health. 2003, May; 93 (5): 803-11.


9. Vlahov D, Galea S, Freudenberg N. A framework for the study of urban health.  Chapter 1. In Cities and the health of the public.  Vanderbuilt University Press, 2006.


10. Israel BA, Krieger J, Vlahov D, Ciske S, Foley M, Fortin P, Guzman JR, Lichtenstein R, McGranaghan R, Palermo AG, Tang G. Challenges and facilitating factors in sustaining community-based participatory research partnerships: lessons learned from the Detroit, New York City and Seattle Urban Research Centers. J Urban Health. 2006 Nov;83(6):1022-40.


11.  Boutin-Foster C, Palermo AS, Phillips E, Boyer A, Love G, Fortin P, Rashid T, Mintz J, Vlahov D. The Role of Community-Academic Partnerships: Implications for Medical Education, Research, and Patient Care. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action. Volume 2.1, pp 55-60. Spring 2008


12.  Ahmed SM and Palermo, AS. “Community Engagement in Research:  Frameworks for Education and Peer Review.” American Journal of Public Health Vol. 100, No. 8, August 2010. Pp 1380-7


Presentations


13.  Factor S, Galea S, Palermo A-G, Canales E, Aaron D, Vlahov D. Development and Implementation of a Web-based Resource Guide for Substance Abuse Service Providers in Harlem, New York. [Oral presentation] National Association of County and City Health Officials Annual Conference.  Raleigh, NC; June 2001.


14.  Foley M, Factor S, Galea S, Palermo A-G, Canales E, Aaron D, Vlahov D.  Web-based resource guide for substance use service providers in Harlem, New York.  Addictions 2002. [Poster Presentation]. Eidenhoven, Netherlands; September 2002.


15.  Israel BA, Guzman R, Galea S, Higgins DL, Shiu-Thornton S.  Building partnerships: Principles priorities and strategies.  American Public Health Association Meeting. [Oral Presentation]. Philadelphia, PA; November 2002.


16.  Palermo A, Galea S, Canales E, King J, Vlahov D.A small grant program for community based organizations to address health problems in Harlem, New York City.  American Public Health Association Meeting. [Oral Presentation]. Philadelphia, PA; November 2002.


17.  Palermo A, Galea S, Schulz, A, Ciske S, Lantz P, Lanza C, Tang G, Freudenberg N. The Urban Research Centers: Realities confronted, lessons learned. American Public Health Association Meeting. [Oral Presentation]. Philadelphia, PA; November 2002.


18.  Galea S, Vlahov D. Multilevel approaches to improve the efficiency of interventions in the urban context.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. November 2003.


19.  Sisco S, Galea S, Palermo AG, Canales E, Nerney M, Vlahov D.  The development of the Harlem Urban Research Center: Collaborative action on community health priorities. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. [Poster Presentation] San Francisco, CA. November 2003.


20.  Fortin P, Ferdowsian H, Nerney M, Galea S. Substance Use and Domestic Violence among Clients of a Domestic Violence Social Service Agency in East Harlem, New York.. Poster presentation, Third International Conference on Urban Health, Boston, October 20-22, 2004.


21.  Continuing Education Institutes Program Developing and Sustaining Partnerships for Community-based Participatory Research. American Public Health Association Meeting. [Oral Presentation]. Philadelphia, PA; December 2005

22.  AG Palermo, P Fortin, JMG Orduna, M Nerney, P Monahan. Staying Alive! Reinventing and Sustaining a Community and Academic Partnership in Harlem, New York. [Oral Presentation]. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA; December 2005.

23.  Palermo AS and Freeman E.  Advance Stages of Community-Academic Partnerships. Continuing Education Institute – Developing and Sustaining Community-Academic Partnerships. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 2007.

VIVA Publications

24.  Galea S, Sisco S, Vlahov D.  Reducing disparities in vaccination rates between different racial/ethnic and socioeconomic groups: The potential of community-based multilevel interventions.  Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2005;28(1):49-59.

25.  Bryant WK, Ompad DC, Sisco S, Blaney S, Glidden K, Phillips E, Vlahov D,Galea S. Determinants of influenza vaccination in hard-to-reach urban populations. Under review.  Prev Med (in press) 2006.

26.  Ompad DC, Galea S, Vlahov D.  Distribution of influenza vaccine to high-risk groups.  Epidemiology Rev (in press) 2006.

VIVA Presentations

27.  Coady MH, Blaney S, Ompad DC, Glidden K, Vlahov D, Galea S for the Project VIVA Intervention Working Group. Results from a community-based intervention to increase flu vaccination rates. American Public Health Association meeting [Under review] Boston, MA November 2006.

28.  Sisco S, Coady MH, Ompad DC, Blaney S, Glidden K, Vlahov D, Galea S for the Project VIVA Intervention Working Group. A community-based approach to increasing flu vaccination rates: Lessons learned from the Project VIVA Intervention Working Group. American Public Health Association meeting [Under review] Boston, MA November 2006.

29.  Ompad DC, Blaney S, Coady MH, Vlahov D, Galea S for the Project VIVA Intervention Working Group. Targeting hard-to-reach populations for a community-based influenza vaccine distribution study. American Public Health Association meeting [Under review] Boston, MA November 2006.

30.  Blaney S, Coady MH, Bryant W, Ompad DC, Glidden K, Sisco S, Galea S, Vlahov D for the Project VIVA Intervention Working Group. Determinants of influenza vaccination among residents of disadvantaged urban areas. American Public Health Association meeting [Under review] Boston, MA November 2006.

31.  Galea S, Coady MH, Blaney S, Ompad DC, Glidden K, Vlahov D, for the Project VIVA Intervention Working Group. Rapid flu vaccine distribution in non-traditional settings in New York City. American Public Health Association meeting [Under review] Boston, MA November 2006.

32.  Ompad DC, Blaney S, Sisco S, Vlahov D, Galea S. Access to influenza vaccine in East Harlem and the Bronx during a national vaccine shortage. American Public Health Association meeting [Oral Presentation] Philadelphia, PA December 2005.

33.  Sisco S, Galea S, Glidden K, Ompad D, Phillips E, Vlahov D. Project VIVA: An innovative, community-based approach to increasing flu vaccination rates among hard-to-reach populations. American Public Health Association meeting [Oral Presentation] Philadelphia, PA December 2005.

34.  Ompad DC, Blaney S, Sisco D, vlahov D, Galea S. Enumeration of hard-to-reach populations for a community-based influenza vaccine distribution study in East Harlem and the South Bronx American Public Health Association meeting [Oral Presentation] Philadelphia, PA December 2005.

35.  Coady MH, Sisco S, Ompad DC, Glidden K, Vlahov D, Galea S, for the VIVA Intervention Working Group. Sustaining an urban community-based participatory research program through a national influenza vaccine shortage. Fourth International Conference on Urban Health [Oral presentation] Toronto, Ontario. October 2005.

36.  Szyld D, Sisco S, Glidden K, Ompad D, Phillips E, Blaney S, Vazquez C, Vlahov D, Galea S. Lessons from Project VIVA, a community-based intervention to increase access to vaccines in East Harlem and the Bronx. Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs of the Mount Sinai Second Annual Community Health Week. [Poster presentation]. New York, NY. April 2005.

37.  Sisco S, Glidden K, Myonahan P, Vlahov D, Galea S. Project VIVA: A community-based intervention to increase immunization access and inform rapid vaccination efforts.  Third International Conference on Urban Health [Oral presentation] Boston, MA. October 2004.

38.  Sisco S, Galea S, Vlahov D. From principles to practice: Use of community-based participatory research in evidence-based public health.  22nd National ASTDHPPHE/CDC Conference on Health Education and Health Promotion and SOPHE Midyear Conference. [Oral presentation] Orlando, FL. May 2004.

ESAP Publications

39.  Coffin PO, Ahern J, Dorris S, Stevenson L, Fuller CM, Vlahov D. More Pharmacists in High-Risk Neighborhoods of New York City Support Selling Syringes to Injection Drug Users. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (Washington,D.C. : 1996) 2002;42(6 Suppl 2):S62-7.

40.  Coffin PO, Fuller CM, Blaney S, Vadnai L, Miller S, Vlahov D. Syringe Distribution to Injection Drug Users for Prevention of HIV Infection: Opinions and Practices of Health Care Providers in New York City. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. 2004;38(3):438-41.

41.  Coffin PO, Linas BP, Factor SH, Vlahov D. New York City Pharmacists' Attitudes Toward Sale of needles/syringes to Injection Drug Users before Implementation of Law Expanding Syringe Access. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 2000;77(4):781-93.

42.  Coffin PO. Syringe Availability as HIV Prevention: A Review of Modalities. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 2000;77(3):306-30.

43.  Deren S, Fuller CM, Pouget E, Blaney S, Tortu S, Kang SY, McMahon JM, Andia JF, Des Jarlais DC, Johnson B, Rosenblum A, Vlahov D. Impact of Expanding Syringe Access in New York on Sources of Syringes for IDUs in Harlem and the Bronx. International Journal of Drug Policy. 2003;14:373-79.

44.  Des Jarlais DC, McKnight C, Friedmann P. Legal Syringe Purchases by Injection Drug Users, Brooklyn and Queens, New York City, 2000-2001. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (Washington,D.C. : 1996). 2002;42(6 Suppl 2): S73-6.

45.  Fuller CM, Ahern J, Vadnai L, Coffin PO, Galea S, Factor SH, Vlahov D.  Impact of increased syringe access: preliminary findings on injection drug user syringe source, disposal, and pharmacy sales in Harlem, New York.  Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (Washington,D.C. : 1996). 2002;42(6 Suppl 2):S77-82.

46.  Fuller CM, Galea S, Blaney S, Ompad DC, Deren S, Des Jarlais D, Vlahov D.  Explaining the relationship between race/ethnicity and pharmacy purchased syringes among injection drug users in New York City.  Ethnicity and Disease. 2004;14(4):589-596.

47.  Jones TS, Coffin PO. Preventing Blood-Borne Infections through Pharmacy Syringe Sales and Safe Community Syringe Disposal. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (Washington,D.C. : 1996) 2002;42(6 Suppl 2): S6-9.

48.  Linas BP, Coffin PO, Backes G, Vlahov D. New York State Pharmacists' Attitudes Toward Needle and Syringe Sales to Injection Drug Users before Implementation of Syringe Deregulation. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine.  2000;77(4):768-80.

49.  Fuller C, Borrell L, Galea S, Vlahov D.  The effect of race, neighborhood, and social network on initiation of injection drug use.  NIDA Health Disparities Workshop.  Philadelphia, PA; September 2001.


50.  Fuller CM, Blaney S, Galea S, Ompd DC, Dorris S, Sisco S, Vlahov D.  Racial/ethnic differences in pharmacy non-prescription syringe purchases among Harlem and South Bronx IDUs.  National HIV Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA. July 2003.


51.  Fuller C, Galea S, Blaney S, Sisco S, Dorris A, Boyer E, Canales E, Fontanez G, Love L, Lassenberg L, Vlahov D.  Community Attitudes and Perceptions associated with Support for Pharmacy Non-prescription Syringe Sales to Injection Drug Users in New York City.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. November 2003.


52.  Fuller C, Galea S, Boyer A, Canales E, Fontanez E, Lasenberg L, Love G, Miller C, Palermo A-G, Vlahov D.A community-based participatory intervention to increase uptake of an Expanded Syringe Access Program. American Public Health Association Meeting. [Poster Presentation]. Philadelphia, PA; November 2002

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53.  Fuller CM, Ompad DC, Blaney S, Galea S, Dorris S, Sisco S, Vlahov D. Racial/ethnic differences in pharmacy non-prescription syringe purchases among Harlem and South Bronx IDUs.  College on Problems of Drug Dependence.  Bal Harbor, FL. June 2003.


54.  Fuller CM, Galea S, Blaney S, Sisco S,  Dorris S, Boyer A; Canales E, Fontenez E, Lasenberg L, Love G, Palermo A, Vlahov D. Community Perceptions and Opinions associated with Support for Pharmacy Non-prescription Syringe Sales to Injection Drug Users in New York City. [Poster Presentation] 2nd International Conference on Urban Health New York, NY, October 2003.


55.  Fuller CM, Caceres W, Sisco S, Galea S, Blaney S, and the Harlem Community Academic Partnership (HCAP).  Evidence of impact of the Harlem ESAP intervention on IDUs, pharmacists and community residents in New York City: A community-based participatory research model. [Oral Presentation] American Public Health Association 132nd Meeting, Washington, D.C., November 2004.


56.  Fuller, CM, Caceres W, Galea S, Dini M, Blaney S, and the Harlem Community Academic Partnership (HCAP): Trends in syringe disposal and preliminary results from a pilot disposal intervention project among injection drug users (IDUs) in Harlem and the South Bronx, New York City, 2001-2003. [Oral Presentation] National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2005


57.  Fuller CM, Caceres W, Blaney S, Ompad DC, Galea S, Vlahov D.Association between Social Network Characteristics and Safe Syringe Access through Pharmacies among IDUs New York City, 2001-2004. [Oral Presentation] National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2005


58.  Gieryic S, Battles HB, Fuller CM, Caceres W, Tesoriero JM: A Focus Group Perspective on the Knowledge and Use of the Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program (ESAP) Among Injection Drug Users (IDUs) in New York City (NYC). [Poster Presentation] National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2005


59.  Caceres W, Fuller CM, Blaney S, Shah N, Pendleton LR, Standish K, Vlahov D: Pharmacists as treatment linkages: Expanding service referrals to injection drug users through the Expanded Syringe Access Program, New York City, 2001-2004. [Oral Presentation] 4th International Society for Urban Health Conference, Toronto, Ontario Canada, October 2005


60.  Fuller CM, Caceres W, Galea S, Blaney S, Ompad DC, Vlahov D. Social Network Characteristics associated with Pharmacy Syringe Sales among IDUs in New York City: Implications for Social Network-Based Interventions. [Poster Presentation] American Public Health Association 133rd Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, December 2005


61. Crawford ND, Blaney S, Amesty S, Rivera AV, Turner AK, Ompad DC, Fuller CM. J Urban Health. 2011 Feb; 88(1):176-85. Individual- and neighborhood-level characteristics associated with support of in-pharmacy vaccination among ESAP-registered pharmacies: pharmacists' role in reducing racial/ethnic disparities in influenza vaccinations in New York City.


62.  Rudolph AE, Standish K, Amesty S, Crawford ND, Stern RJ, Badillo WE, Boyer A, Brown D, Ranger N, Orduna JM, Lasenburg L, Lippek S, Fuller CM. AIDS Educ Prev. 2010 Jun;22(3):238-51. A community-based approach to linking injection drug users with needed services through pharmacies: an evaluation of a pilot intervention in New York City.


63. Fuller CM, Ahern J, Vadnai L, Coffin PO, Galea S, Factor SH, Vlahov D. J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash). 2002 Nov-Dec;42(6 Suppl 2):S77-82. Impact of increased syringe access: preliminary findings on injection drug user syringe source, disposal, and pharmacy sales in Harlem, New York. 


64. Pouget ER, Deren S, Fuller CM, Blaney S, McMahon JM, Kang SY, Tortu S, Andia JF, Des Jarlais DC, Vlahov D.

J Acquir Immune DeficSyndr. 2005 Aug 1;39(4):471-7. Receptive syringe sharing among injection drug users in Harlem and the Bronx during the New York State Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program.


65. Fuller CM, Galea S, Blaney S, Ompad DC, Deren S, Des Jarlais D, Vlahov D. Ethn Dis. 2004 Autumn;14(4):589-96. Explaining the relationship between race/ethnicity and pharmacy purchased syringes among injection drug users in New York City.


66. Fuller CM, Galea S, Caceres W, Blaney S, Sisco S, Vlahov D. Am J Public Health. 2007 Jan;97(1):117-24. Epub 2006 Nov 30. Multilevel community-based intervention to increase access to sterile syringes among injection drug users through pharmacy sales in New York City. 


67. Cleland CM, Deren S, Fuller CM, Blaney S, McMahon JM, Tortu S, Des Jarlais DC, Vlahov D.  

Health EducBehav. 2007 Apr;34(2):390-403. Epub 2006 Jun 30. Erratum in: Health EducBehav. 2007 Jun;34(3):551. Syringe disposal among injection drug users in Harlem and the Bronx during the New York State Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program.


68. Rivera AV, Blaney S, Crawford ND, White K, Stern RJ, Amesty S, Fuller C. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2010 Sep-Oct;50(5):580-7. Individual- and neighborhood-level factors associated with nonprescription counseling in pharmacies participating in the New York State Expanded Syringe Access Program.


69. Deren S, Cleland CM, Fuller C, Kang SY, Des Jarlais DC, Vlahov D. AIDS Behav. 2006 Nov;10(6):717-21.The impact of syringe deregulation on sources of syringes for injection drug users: preliminary findings.


70. Coffin PO, Ahern J, Dorris S, Stevenson L, Fuller C, Vlahov D. J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash). 2002 Nov-Dec;42(6 Suppl 2):S62-7. More pharmacists in high-risk neighborhoods of New York City support selling syringes to injection drug users. 


71. Coffin PO, Fuller C, Blaney S, Vadnai L, Miller S, Vlahov D. Clin Infect Dis. 2004 Feb 1;38(3):438-41. Epub 2004 Jan 13. Syringe distribution to injection drug users for prevention of HIV infection: opinions and practices of health care providers in New York City.



HCAP/CBPR Trainings and Presentations 


      72. Freudenberg N & Palermo, AS. “CBPR: Working with Communities to Interpret and Analyze Data and Get to Outcomes. “                
      Continuing Education Institute. American Public Health Association Meeting, Washington DC, November 2004.

73.  Israel B, Palermo AS. “Challenges and Facilitating Factors in Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: Lessons Learned from the Detroit, New York City and Seattle Urban Research Centers.” Community-Based Public Health Caucus - Oral Presentation American Public Health Association Meeting, Boston, MA,  November 2006


74.  Palermo, AS "Staying Alive! Reinventing and Sustaining a Community and Academic Partnership in Harlem, New York" Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, NY. October 2006


75.  Palermo, AS “Engaging Campuses as Authentic Partners: Tips & Strategies for Community Leaders” Community Forum, New Haven City Hall, New Haven Connecticut.  September 2006


76.  Palermo, AS and Fortin, P “Engaging Campuses as Authentic Partners: Tips & Strategies for Community Leaders” Pre-Conference Training Institute of “Walking the Talk: Achieving the Promise of Authentic Partnerships at the 9th Annual Conference of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.  Minneapolis, MN. May 2006


77.  Palermo, AS “Getting Grounded in Community-Based Participatory Research” Culture, Illness, and Community Health; Clinical Research Training Program, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Gary Butts, MD & Mary Foley, EdD, Course Directors.  May 2006


78.  Palermo, AS “Community-based Participatory Research Methodology: What it is and What it is not!” Research Methods in Public Health; Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health; New York University. Farzana Kapadia, PhD – Instructor. April 2006


79.  Palermo, AS “Where is the Community? The Involvement and Identification of Community in Community Based Participatory Research” Methodological Issues in Community Based Research;  The Society for Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research at the Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. April 2006


80.  Palermo AS, Fortin P, Orduna-Garcia JM, Nerney M, Monahan P, Sisco S. "Staying Alive! Reinventing and Sustaining a Community and Academic Partnership in Harlem, New York" Community-Based Public Health Caucus - Oral Presentation American Public Health Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.  November 2005


81.  Palermo AS, Orduna-Garcia JM, "Staying Alive! Reinventing and Sustaining a Community and Academic Partnership in Harlem, New York" Oral Presentation. Columbia University School of Public Health, October 2006.


82.  Palermo, AS.  “Call To Action: Translating Service To Action”. Service Learning Symposium. Mayo Clinic – College of Medicine, Rochester, MN.  May 2007


83.  Palermo, AS. Developing and Sustaining Community-Academic Partnerships: A Skill-Building Curriculum.  Summer Institute on CBPR Community Based Participatory Research: A Pathway to Sustainable Partnerships. June 27, 2007.  Jackson, Mississippi


84.  Palermo, AS and Freeman E. Developing and Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Partnerships: Defining Advance Partnerships. Continuing Education Institute.  American Public Health Association Meeting, Washington DC, November 2007.

85.  May 2011  “Realizing the Promise of Community-Engaged Research: Community Partner Perspectives.” S Gust, A Azzahir, E Greene-Moton, A Palermo. Oral Presentation. CU Expo 2011 Community University Partnerships: Bringing Global Perspectives to Local Action, Waterloo, Ontario.

86.  Apr. 2011  “The Community Health Perspective on Diversity and Inclusion” Panelist. 25th Anniversary Summer Enrichment Program in Health Management and Policy. School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

87.  Oct. 2010  “Community Based Participatory Research.” Training for Faculty Awardees, Small Grant Program in CBPR.  The Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies. The City College of New York

88.  Oct.  2010 Implementing Participatory Models to Achieve Healthy Communities: A Keynote Conversation” Ann-Gel Palermo – Chairperson of the Harlem Community and Academic Partnership (HCAP) and Siddharth Agarwal Executive Director of the Urban Health Resource Centre, New Delhi, India; moderated with  Sarena Seifer – Community Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH). Faces of Urban Health Forum. Harlem Community & Academic Partnership, New York. NY

89.  May 2010 “Bridging the Community and Academic Divide through Translational Research.” Centers for Community & Academic Research Partnerships (CCARP) Queens Seminar Series, Mount Sinai Institutes and Centers for Translational Science. Elmhurst Hospital, Queens, NY.

90.  Oct. 2009 “Public Participation and Community Engagement in Research: Reports & Recommendations from the NIH Council of Public Representatives.” National Institutes of Health STEPS Conference, Bethesda, MD

91.  Oct. 2009  Respondent and Panelist.  Partners in Research Grantee Conference, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD

92.  Sept. 2009 “Public Participation and Community Engagement in Research: Reports & Recommendations from the NIH Council of Public Representatives.” 2009-2010 Educational Conference Call Series on Building Community Capacity for Research. Community Campus Partnerships for Health.

93.  July 2009 “NIH Council of Public Representatives and the Role of the Public in Research Workgroup.” Breakout Session for Bronx CREED Conference, Fordham University, Bronx, N.Y.

94.  June 2009 “Staying Alive: Reinventing a Community and Academic Partnership” Executive Steering Committee Meeting, Connect 2 Protect, New York, N.Y.

95.  Sept. 2008 “Reaching Out: Building Community Partnerships” Translating Clinical Research into Practice and Dissemination in the Community. The National Institutes of Health Clinical and Translational Science Awards Northeast Regional Meeting. Cornell Weill Medical College, New York, N.Y.

96.  May 2008  Keynote. “Value and Impact of Community Based Participatory Research.”  Co-sponsored by the El Paso Foundation and Texas A&M University. El Paso, Texas.

97.  June 2007 Palermo, AS & Greene-Moton E. “Creating Authentic Community-Campus Partnerships.” 2007 Summer Institute on CBPR.  Community-Based Participatory Research: A Pathway to Sustainable Partnerships.  Center for Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility, Tougaloo College.  Jackson, MS

98.  “Promoting Healthy Public Policy through Community-Based Participatory Research: Ten Case Studies.” Reintegrating Drug Users Leaving Jail and Prison: Harlem Community Academic Partnership.  A Project of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and PolicyLink, funded by a grant from the WK Kellogg Foundation. 2008. Available at: www.policylink.org. 

99.  Sept. 2011 C3 CBPR Institute: Developing and Sustaining Partnerships. Training Session 3:  Supporting CBPR Partnerships (J Ballesteros and A Palermo). Training Session 7:  Partnership Sustainability (A Palermo and S Seifer). Chicago, IL.  


APHA Publications

2011

https://apha.confex.com/apha/139am/webprogram/Paper245148.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/139am/webprogram/Paper239119.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/139am/webprogram/Paper244127.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/139am/webprogram/Paper247125.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/139am/webprogram/Paper244386.html

 

2010

https://apha.confex.com/apha/138am/webprogram/Paper219514.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/138am/webprogram/Paper219038.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/138am/webprogram/Paper229981.html

 

2009

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper202127.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper201529.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper205337.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper203789.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper208516.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper209345.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper200041.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper208796.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper209481.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/137am/webprogram/Paper206854.html

 

2008

https://apha.confex.com/apha/136am/webprogram/Paper178214.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/136am/webprogram/Paper178169.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/136am/webprogram/Paper180226.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/136am/webprogram/Paper185622.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/136am/webprogram/Paper184384.html

https://apha.confex.com/apha/136am/webprogram/Paper183075.html

 

2007

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_154085.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_166399.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_166394.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_166408.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/session_22573.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_157455.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_153980.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/135am/techprogram/paper_163739.htm

 

2006

https://apha.confex.com/apha/134am/techprogram/paper_131925.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/134am/techprogram/paper_141120.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/134am/techprogram/paper_142434.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/134am/techprogram/paper_141120.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/134am/techprogram/paper_142434.htm

 

2005

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_111877.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_107846.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_109857.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_107658.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_111877.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/session_15769.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_104706.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_116947.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_107211.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_117265.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/paper_116565.htm

 

2004

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_92229.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_80918.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_78848.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_78386.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_91823.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_81992.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_83441.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/132am/techprogram/paper_78843.htm

 

2003

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_59270.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_58286.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_71064.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_60915.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_66612.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_53851.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_55699.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_72122.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/131am/techprogram/paper_74835.htm

 

2002

https://apha.confex.com/apha/130am/techprogram/paper_52780.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/130am/techprogram/paper_36810.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/130am/techprogram/paper_44930.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/130am/techprogram/paper_44964.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/130am/techprogram/paper_44651.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/130am/techprogram/paper_34202.htm

 

2001

https://apha.confex.com/apha/129am/techprogram/paper_28721.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/129am/techprogram/paper_30009.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/129am/techprogram/paper_25457.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/129am/techprogram/paper_24565.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/129am/techprogram/paper_26281.htm 


2000

https://apha.confex.com/apha/128am/techprogram/paper_11141.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/128am/techprogram/session_1122.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/128am/techprogram/paper_4971.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/128am/techprogram/paper_9972.htm

https://apha.confex.com/apha/128am/techprogram/paper_16593.htm

 

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