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Volume 2 Issue 4 - December 1, 2004


Table of Contents

   CJHP Editorial Board
   Table of Contents
   Editor's Corner
   New Books!
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ii-iii
iv
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Professional Updates

 
AAHE-At-A-Glance v-vi
SOPHE Corner vii
United Nations Update viii
ASHA Update ix

Theory and Research

 
The Use of the Community Diffusion Model to Develop Community Partnerships and Overcome Barriers to an Urban College Internship Program
R. Eric Weston and Catherine D. Stayton
01-19*
The Characteristics and Needs of Children and Adolescents Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Santa Clara County, California
Shoshanah M. Orzech , Clarie B. Hollenbeck, Paige Reddan, and Lucy M. McProud
20-33
Washington State’s Residential Parenting Program: An Integrated Public Health, Education, and Social Service Resource for Pregnant Inmates and Prison Mothers
Noelle E. Fearn and Kelly Parker
34-48
Risky Lifestyles and Unintentional Firearms Fatalities
Rick Ruddell and G. Larry Mays
49-64
Public Posting as a Strategy to Increase Walking: A Worksite Intervention
Rayleen Earney and Timothy J. Bungum
65-71

The Health Educator Experience

 
Retirement or Semi-Retirement: Implications for Health…Some Food for Thought
Earl S. Shive
72-73

Perspective

 
One for All and All for One!
Karen Denard Goldman
74-81

Addendum

 
A Survey of Dietary and Exercise Habits and Perceived Barriers to Following a Healthy Lifestyle in a College Population
Kathryn Silliman, Kathleen Rodas-Fortier, Michelle Neyman
82-91

Powerpoint Presentations

 
The Use of the Community Diffusion Model to Develop Community Partnerships and Overcome Barriers to an Urban College Internship Program
   PowerPoint Presentation 1: Community Assessment

   PowerPoint Presentation 2: Overview and Preparation


01-19a PPT
01-19b PPT

Microsoft Word Documents


The Use of the Community Diffusion Model to Develop Community Partnerships and Overcome Barriers to an Urban College Internship Program
   
Appendix B: Brooklyn College Student Evaluation Form



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