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Editors: Joav Merrick, MD, MMedSci, DMSc (Medical Director, Health Services, Division for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services, Jerusalem, Israel)
Book Description:
In this Public Health Yearbook 2013 we will touch upon several public health topics like community capacity building, global health and health promotion.

If where we live impacts our health, then we need to start improving the health of communities at the local level. For sustainability purposes, we need to help these communities build their capacity to address the episodic, as well as the persistent, public health issues that affect their health. How do we do that? How do we learn the skills and principles necessary to establish partnerships with our communities? How do we then teach our community partners to continue to improve the health status of their neighborhoods when the funding expires? How to we conduct health promotion and does it really help and increase health and quility of life?

In this Public Health Yearbook 2013 we explore this in greater detail and hopefully will answer some of your questions. (Imprint: Nova)



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Table of Contents:
Introduction pp.xvii-xviii

SECTION ONE - BUILDING COMMUNITY CAPACITY pp.1

Chapter 1. Lessons learned from building an infrastructure for community-engaged research
Calpurnyia B Roberts, Ruth Browne, Tracey E Wilson, Kweli Rashied-Henry, Nicole Primus, Raphael Shaw, Humberto Brown, Ferdinand Zizi, Girardin Jean-Louis, Clinton Brown, Yvonne Graham and Marilyn Fraser-White pp.3-14

Chapter 2. Learning to use tension to create sustainable partnerships for responsive policy and practice in the health sector
Dianne McCormack, Dawn Marie Buck and Bonnie McGraw pp.15-30

Chapter 3. Lessons learned from national and international implementations of SafeCare®
Jenelle R Shanley, Megan L Graham, John R Lutzker, Anna Edwards-Gaura, Daniel J Whitaker and Shannon Self-Brown pp.31-42

Chapter 4. Building better communities: Shared leadership and authentic change
Jane Ellery and Peter J Ellery pp.43-50

Chapter 5. Capacity building assistance: The 360° approach and lessons learned
Abidemi Adelaja, Kristin Wunder, George Gates, Adora Iris Lee, Susan Rogers and Colin Bill pp.51-62

Chapter 6. Stakeholder dialogue about evidence-based practice: An e-learning tool to facilitate discussion
Molly Jean Ferguson, Elizabeth Ryan and Bonnie Spring pp.63-72

Chapter 7. Driving equity at a community level: Case studies of community-based peer-delivered health-care services and programs
Margot Lettner, Estelle Sun and Bob Gardner pp.73-88

Chapter 8. Lessons learned in the development of a clinical information system in an urban underserved community health clinic: A community partnered participatory research (CPPR) approach
Sheba M George, David Hindman, Chizobam Ani, Omolola Ogunyemi, Sukrit Mukherjee, Ramarao Ilapakurthi, Mary Verma, Richard S Baker and Melvin Dayrit pp.89-98

Chapter 9. Pacific CEED legacy projects and local projects: Culturally tailored promising practices to prevent breast and cervical cancer in the US affiliated Pacific Island jurisdictions
Angela U Sy, Karen A Heckert, Curtis Jamison, Gregory G Maskarinec, Ahnate Lim and Lee Buenconsejo-Lum pp.99-114

Chapter 10. Shared governance in building community capacity: A case study of sleep apnea
Euny C Lee, Ellen P Simon, Jillian Nickerson, Barbara Brenner, Sandra Talavera, Crispin Goytia, Guedy Arniella and Carol R. Horowitz pp.115-122

Chapter 11. Characteristics of a community-based sentinel surveillance system: Lessons learned from toolkit development and implementation
Tenaya M Sunbury and David L Driscoll pp.123-134

Chapter 12. Capacity building for long-term community-academic health partnership outcomes
M Kathryn Stewart, Holly C Felix, Naomi Cottoms, Mary Olson, Beatrice Shelby, Anna Huff, Dianne Colley, Carla Sparks and Freeman McKindra pp.135-154

SECTION TWO - GLOBAL HEALTH ISSUES pp.155

Chapter 13. Childhood asthma in Georgia: Comparison against the nation
Hani M Samawi, James H Stephens, Gerald R Ledlow and Ren Chunfeng pp.157-168

Chapter 14. Forced sex among female adults in Zambia: Results from the Zambian Sexual Behavioural Survey, 2009
Seter Siziya, Adamson S Muula, Aseel Mansour, Emmanuel Rudatsikira, Selestine H Nzala, Cosmas Zyaambo, Peter Songolo and Olusegun Babaniyi
pp.169-176
Chapter 15. The social and economic patterning of sleeping pill use among working age Canadians: Identifying vulnerable subgroups
William H Laverty, Ivan W Kelly and Bonnie L Janzen pp.177-184

Chapter 16. Needs assessment of medical care for rural Jamaicans that require assistance from short-term medical missions
Marko Popovic, Milos Prica, Milan Minic, Beatrice Steele, Edward Chow and Jelena Popovic pp.185-198

Chapter 17. Spectrum of hemoglobinopathies and evaluation of beta-thalassemia trait in tribal land of Middle India
Ranbir S Balgir pp.199-216

Chapter 18. Ranking countries by their magnitude of disease: A reliability analysis
Tilahun Nigatu pp.217-226

Chapter 19. Integration of graduates of a healthcare management program in public and private healthcare services in Israel from an interdisciplinary perspective
Nitza Davidovitch pp.227-246

Chapter 20. Halting and reversing the spread of HIV/AIDS by 2015: The case in Ethiopia
Mulu Abraha pp.247-256

Chapter 21. A rare family afflicted with multiple hemoglobin disorders from Rewa District of Madhya Pradesh in Central India
Ranbir S Balgir pp.257-264

SECTION THREE - CASE STUDIES TO BUILD COMMUNITY CAPACITIES pp.265

Chapter 22. Model Communities as a strategy for achieving policy, systems and environmental change for obesity control and reduction
Rachael D. Dombrowski, Maryann Mason, Sarah B. Welch, Christina Welter, Gina Massuda Barnett, and Adlin Cedeño pp.267-284

Chapter 23. Breaking the Code of Silence: Lessons learned in building community capacity to address intimate partner violence
Mary Frances Oneha, Jan Shoultz, Cindy Spencer, Joy Lacanienta, Melissa Mamasig, Lois Magnussen, and Nanci Kreidman pp.285-296

Chapter 24. The road to Ozanam: A place to teach, learn and heal
Casey M Rebholz, Taimur H Khan and Marcia H Glass pp.297-306

Chapter 25. Implementing and disseminating a fall prevention program in at-risk older adults living in a naturally occurring retirement community-supportive services program
Dale Chaikin, Renee Pekmezaris, Rajni Walia, Corinne Kyriacou, Fredda Vladeck, Gayle Kolidas pp.307-314

Chapter 26. You know a tree by its fruit: Growing a fellowship program for community partnered mental health disparities research in an academic medical center
Ann Marie White, Kathryn Castle, Silvia Sörensen, Sheila Briody, Herman Dailey, Deborah King, Colleen Fogarty and Paul Duberstein pp.315-328

Chapter 27. Nutrition education and the cost of healthy food - do they collide? Lessons learned in a predominantly black urban township in South Africa
Moïse Muzigaba and Thandi Puoane pp.329-344

Chapter 28. Malaria infection and environmental health practices among women in selected rural communities in Nigeria
Femi Tinuola pp.345-358

Chapter 29. Using appropriate communication strategies for HIV prevention education in rural communities in Ghana
Patricia Anafi, Ebenezer Asiamah, and Irene Akua Agyepong pp.359-374

Chapter 30. The ‘Il Ngwesi-ICA Canada Approach’: Lessons learned in supporting local leadership to address HIV/AIDS in North Central Kenya
Katharine Hagerman and Suzanne Jackson pp.375-388

Chapter 31. An interprofessional community-based service delivery model for the management of children with burns living in China
Lorna M Hayward, Ann L Charrette and Brecken Chinn Swartz pp.389-398

Chapter 32. The Grand-Aides® Program in Baotou, Inner Mongolia: A revolutionary health care workforce
Christiana G White, Elizabeth S Bowles, Gordon M Carver IV, Forrest B Compton, Thomas A Eschenroeder Jr, Mary M Van Meter, Michael Marquardt, Arthur Garson Jr. pp.399-408

Chapter 33. Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education
Shelley M Brown, Anna Monahan, Jena E Damniels and Tracy R Burton pp.409-418

Chapter 34. A picture is worth a thousand words: Evaluation of the ARTmail Senior Art Project among seniors with cognitive limitations in North Carolina
S Sudha, Lia Miller, Emma H Thomas and Edward Chia pp.419-432

Chapter 35. Partnering to address the relentless STI epidemic: A unique collaboration between the jail, local and state health departments, and an academic health center in Douglas County, Nebraska
Ruth Margalit, Mary Earley, Jillian Fickenscher, Raees Shaikh, Austin Person, Kari Simonsen, Monirul Islam, Kathy Kaiser, Uriel Sandkovsky, Adi Pour, Elizabeth Berthold and Mark Foxall pp.433-442

Chapter 36. The Martha’s Vineyard public health system responds to 2009 H1N1
Melissa Ann Higdon and Michael A Stoto pp.443-454

SECTION FOUR – HEALTH PROMOTION pp.455

Chapter 37. Challenges, opportunities and strategies in mental health promotion in China: Literature review of mental health promotion models
Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys pp.457-472

Chapter 38. Child abuse, neglect and maltreatment health service in Australia: A literature review
Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys pp.473-490

Chapter 39. Managing occupational stress injury in police services: A literature review
Christine Randall and Nicholas Buyspp.491-506

Chapter 40. Using the Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Ability to assess visual and auditory abilities in Chinese children with learning difficulties
Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys pp.407-514

Chapter 41. Relationship between resilience and quality of life in Chinese undergraduate university students
Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys pp.515-526

Chapter 42. Validation of shared decision making questionnaire in the dental encounter
Jessica Peters, Florian Mack and Jing Sun pp.527-540

Chapter 43. Association of shared decision making to knowledge and treatment satisfaction in dental patients
Jessica Peters, Jing Sun and Florian Mack pp.541-564

Chapter 44. Impact of stress on depression and anxiety in dental students and professionals
Christine Farrelly, Jing Sun and Florian Mack pp.565-582

Chapter 45. Effect of green tea consumption on obesity and hypertension: A systematic review protocol
Saman Khalesi, Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys pp.583-590

SECTION FIVE – ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS pp.591

Chapter 46. About the editor pp.593-594

Chapter 47. About the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Israel pp.595-598

Index pp.599-620

   Series:
      Health and Human Development (Joav Merrick - Series Editor - Medical Director, Ministry of Social Affairs, Jerusalem, Israel)
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2014 - 3rd Quarter
   Pages: 638. 7x10 - (NBC-M)
   ISBN: 978-1-63321-095-0
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