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Creating culture through health leadership

Author: Lina M Svedin
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : University of Cincinnati Press, 2020. ©2020
Series: Interdisciplinary community engaged research for health, v. 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Disparities in health and wellness are intrinsically linked with local physical and socioeconomic disparities, but also to a sense of community. In the face of structural inequities and lack of access to needed health care, America needs leaders to guide communities toward a culture of health. This book represents a practitioner's view on community engagement and how we can build a culture of health through  Read more...
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Creating culture through health leadership
Cincinnati : University of Cincinnati Press, 2020.
(DLC) 2019035408
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lina M Svedin
ISBN: 9781947602601 1947602608
OCLC Number: 1112785931
Description: vi, 188 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Leading from Within : Creating a culture of health through leadership and community grown solutions / Lina Svedin --
Cultivating Health in Appalachia / Emily Jackson --
Saving Rural America, Starting with One Girl / Michael Howard --
Network Strategies & Cross-Collaboration to Strengthen Community Food Systems / Tina Tamai --
One Community, Two Voices / Shannon McGuire and Jean Mutchie --
EMBRacing Community-Engaged Research : Engaging, managing, and bonding through race intervention / Monique C. McKinney and Riana E. Anderson --
Rebuilding Affrilachia / DeWayne Barton --
The Evolution of Health and Housing for One Community Based Organization / Robert Torres --
Building Collaboration for Community Health / Lina Svedin.
Series Title: Interdisciplinary community engaged research for health, v. 2.
Responsibility: edited by Lina Svedin.

Abstract:

"Disparities in health and wellness are intrinsically linked with local physical and socioeconomic disparities, but also to a sense of community. In the face of structural inequities and lack of access to needed health care, America needs leaders to guide communities toward a culture of health. This book represents a practitioner's view on community engagement and how we can build a culture of health through community grown solutions. The contributors discuss how each exercises community action, organizes and educates to reduce disparities in health, and works to increase access to community resources"--

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