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The Winter 2007 issue of CCPH's peer-reviewed publication is a compilation of articles based on presentations at the CCPH 2006 conference, Walking the Talk: Achieving the Promise of Authentic Partnerships. The issue includes a summary of outcomes of "Issue Thrash" sessions that provided structured opportunities for participants to explore shared issues and challenges, identify promising strategies and solutions, and recommend ways that CCPH and other key stakeholders could be supportive. Also included is a list of recommended resources.

Beginning with this issue, Partnership Perspectives is being published in an open-access, online format to promote greater understanding of critical issues affecting health-promoting community-campus partnerships and to raise the visibility of the wonderful work that CCPH members are doing. Click here to order hard copies of past issues.

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Walking the Talk: Achieving the Promise of Authentic Partnerships
Sarena D. Seifer
This article provides an overview of the conference and includes a summary of outcomes of "Issue Thrash" sessions that provided structured opportunities for participants to explore shared issues and challenges, identify promising strategies and solutions, and recommend ways that CCPH and other key stakeholders could be supportive. Also included is a list of recommended resources.
 
El Proyecto Bienestar: An Authentic CBPR Partnership in the Yakima Valley
Vickie Ybarra and Julie Postma
 
Critical Reflections on Community-Campus Partnerships: Promise and Performance
Dana Natale, Kenneth Brook, and Todd Kelshaw
 
Men on the Move: A Partnership to Create Educational and Economic Opportunities
Victor Motton, Elizabeth A. Baker, Alfronzo Branch, Freda L. Motton, Teresa Fitzgerald, and Ellen Barnidge
 
Narrating the Journey: Immersion Learning in the Migrant Latino Community
Michael F. Bassman and Kendra E. Harris
 
Ethics in Community-University Partnerships Involving Racial Minorities: An Anti-Racism Standpoint in Community-Based Participatory Research
Hélène Grégoire and June Ying Yee
 
Sharing Intellectual Authority
Semerit Seanhk-Ka and Sara Axtell
 
Community-University Partnerships to Bridge the Non-Profit Digital Divide
Carin Armstrong, Kris Becker, Kristin Berg, Thomas S. E. Hilton, Donald Mowry and Christopher Quinlan
 
Community-Academic Partnerships and Institutional Review Board Insights
Sarah Beversdorf, Syed M. Ahmed and Barbra Beck
 
Coming Together in the Fight Against HIV: MOMS Principles of Effective Community Partnerships
Susan Davies, Angela Williams, Trudi Horton, Cynthia Rodgers, and Katharine E. Stewart
 
Triple-Layer Chess: An Analogy for Multi-Dimensional Health Policy Partnerships
Karen J. Minyard, Tina Anderson-Smith, Marcia Brand, Charles F. Owens, and Frank X. Selgrath
 
Health Promotion in Rural Alaska: Building Partnerships across Distance and Cultures
Cécile Lardon, Elaine Drew, Douglas Kernak, Henry Lupie, and Susan Soule
 
 
 

 
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