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- Tags: Interinstitutional Relations
Tags: *Social Support, 1991, Aged, Community Health Services/*organization & administration, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Emergency Medical Services/*organization & administration, Forms and Records Control, Gerson L W, Health Services for the Aged/*organization & administration, Hoover R, Humans, Interinstitutional Relations, JEMS : a journal of emergency medical services, McCoy S, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Organizational Innovation, Palmisano B, Referral and Consultation
Tags: *Biomedical Research, *Interinstitutional Relations, *Public health, 2017, Academic Medical Centers, American journal of public health, Amos Kathleen, Brownson Ross C, collaboration, Colleges and Universities, Erwin Paul Campbell, Government Agencies, GOVERNMENT agencies – United States, HEALTH boards, Humans, INSTITUTIONAL cooperation, Interinstitutional Relations, Interprofessional Relations, Keck C William, LABOR supply – United States, Livingood William C, Local Government, PARTNERSHIPS in education, PRIORITY (Philosophy), Program Development/*methods, Public Health, Public Health Administration, PUBLIC health research – United States, RESEARCH evaluation, Research Priorities, State Government, STUDENT engagement – Universities & colleges, UNIVERSITIES & colleges, Universities/organization & administration
Evolution of the Academic Health Department through public health academic and practice collaborations.
Tags: *Public Health Practice, 2014, Academic Medical Centers – Ohio, Collaboration – Methods, College of Graduate Studies, Community Networks, Continuing, Curriculum, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Dwinnells Ronald, Education, Faculty Role, Financial, Grants, Humans, Interinstitutional Relations, Interinstitutional Relations – History – Ohio, Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP, Lee Amy F, Local Government, Medical, Medical/*organization & administration, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Professional Practice – Education, Public Health – Education, Public Health Administration, Public Health Administration – Ohio, Public Health Professional/methods/*organization & administration, Quade Thomas, Schools, Training Support
Tags: *Public Health Administration, 2014, Academic Medical Centers, Accreditation, Education, Epidemiological Research, Erwin Paul Campbell, Experiential Learning, Government Agencies – Classification, Humans, Interinstitutional Relations, Interinstitutional Relations – Trends, Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP, Keck C William, Local Government, Medical, Outcomes (Health Care), Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Preventive Health Care – Education, Professional development, Public Health – Education, Public Health Administration, Public Health Professional/methods/*organization & administration, Public Health/*organization & administration, Quality of Health Care, Schools, State Government, Teaching, United States, Universities/organization & administration
Adapting cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis for case managers: increasing access to services in a community mental health agency.
Tags: *Community Mental Health Services, *Diffusion of Innovation, *Health Services Accessibility, 2014, Adult, Case Management, Case Managers, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/education/*methods, Cognitive Therapy – Methods, collaboration, Community Mental Health Services – United States, Cooperative Behavior, Department of Psychiatry, Evidence-Based, Evidence-Based Practice/education/methods, Female, Human, Humans, Inservice Training, Interinstitutional Relations, Male, Montesano Vicki L, Munetz Mark R, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pelton Jeremy R, Pilot Studies, Professional Practice, Program Implementation – Methods, Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, Psychotic Disorders/*therapy, Questionnaires, Scales, Schizophrenia – Rehabilitation, Schizophrenia/*therapy, Sivec Harry J, Staff Development, Thematic Analysis, Treatment Outcome, Turkington Douglas, United Kingdom, United States