Advocate’s Congregational Health Assessment provides a process for communities to take stock of their health from a holistic perspective. Participants learn about their health status and behaviors and are encouraged to explore what health means to them, both as individuals and as a community of faith.
ChangeLab Solutions provides community-based strategies for America’s most common and preventable diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and asthma.
The Guide to Community Preventive Servicesis a resource for evidence-based recommendations and findings on interventions and policies that improve health and prevent disease in communities. A user can conduct a search on various topics, such as nutrition, obesity, physical activity, tobacco, and diabetes. Also, the Community Guide provides information on policies, programs or services, funding, research, and education
Gary R. Gunderson and James R. Cochrane. Religion and Health of the Public: Transformative Practice. Accepted for publication.
Lazarus, S & Cutts, T. Building a partnership to address violence in three historically colonized contexts: Report on research meeting in Memphis, December 2008. African Safety Promotion Journal, pp. 89-98, 2009.
Collective Impactby John Kania, Mark Kramer, published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Connecting with Communities: Community Health Initiatives Across New York State, 2012 Edition, Healthcare Association of New York, highlights successful examples of hospitals and health systems collaborating with local organizations to enhance the health of their communities. (Including Lutheran HealthCare’s Project Safe peer HIV/AIDS education program and the Sound Shore Medical Center’s Outpatient Pediatric Immunization Center)
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