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The Influence of Teaching Methodology on Student Social Interaction

2019-08-07T14:05:04-06:00

Read the Article In this paper, we explore the effects of various teaching methodologies on the social interactions reported by university students in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver. Specifically, we will answer the question: How do different teaching methodologies [...]

The Influence of Teaching Methodology on Student Social Interaction2019-08-07T14:05:04-06:00

An exploratory analysis of network characteristics and quality of interactions among public health collaboratives

2019-08-07T13:59:34-06:00

Read the Article While the benefits of collaboration have become widely accepted and the practice of collaboration is growing within the public health system, a paucity of research exists that examines factors and mechanisms related to effective collaboration between public health and their partner organizations. [...]

An exploratory analysis of network characteristics and quality of interactions among public health collaboratives2019-08-07T13:59:34-06:00

A Systemic Review of Collaboration and Network Research in the Public Affairs Literature: Implications for Public Health Practice and Research

2019-08-07T13:49:02-06:00

Read the Article Objectives. We explored and analyzed how findings from public affairs research can inform public health research and practice, specifically in the area of interorganizational collaboration, one of the most promising practice-based approaches in the public health field.Methods. We conducted a systematic review [...]

A Systemic Review of Collaboration and Network Research in the Public Affairs Literature: Implications for Public Health Practice and Research2019-08-07T13:49:02-06:00

Toward a Theory of Collaborative Policy Networks: Identifying Structural Tendencies

2019-08-07T13:35:53-06:00

Read the Article Support for the “democratization of the policy sciences” has led to the development of a number of frameworks and theories to enhance the normative, multidisciplinary approach to policy analysis. However, this approach has been challenged for failing to produce the objective empirical [...]

Toward a Theory of Collaborative Policy Networks: Identifying Structural Tendencies2019-08-07T13:35:53-06:00

The Growth of Partnerships to Support Patient Safety Practice Adoption

2019-08-07T13:25:35-06:00

Read the Article Objectives. To document the numbers and types of interorganizational partnerships within the national patient safety domain, changes over time in these networks, and their potential for disseminating patient safety knowledge and practices.Data Sources. Self-reported information gathered from representatives of nationallevel organizations active [...]

The Growth of Partnerships to Support Patient Safety Practice Adoption2019-08-07T13:25:35-06:00

Social Network Methodology in the Study of Disasters: Issues and Insights Prompted by Post-Katrina Research

2019-08-07T13:04:52-06:00

Read the Article Abstract Dynamic social networks, a key concept in modern social science research, are beginning to play a major role in understanding the ways in which individuals and communities respond to disasters. The authors of this paper review the relevant theory and research [...]

Social Network Methodology in the Study of Disasters: Issues and Insights Prompted by Post-Katrina Research2019-08-07T13:04:52-06:00

Strategies to improve global influenza surveillance: A decision tool for policymakers

2019-08-07T12:57:58-06:00

Read the Article Background: Global pandemic influenza preparedness relies heavily on public health surveillance, but it is unclear that current surveillance fully meets pandemic preparedness needs.Methods: We first developed a conceptual framework to help systematically identify strategies to improve the detection of an early case [...]

Strategies to improve global influenza surveillance: A decision tool for policymakers2019-08-07T12:57:58-06:00

Nonprofit Resource Contribution and Mission Alignment in Interorganizational, Cross-Sector Public Health Networks

2019-08-07T12:45:42-06:00

Read the Article Abstract: Given the complexity of today’s social and political dilemmas, a common method of program and policy implementation is surfacing in the form of interorganizational, cross-sector goal-directed networks. This article applies the “Core Dimensions of Connectivity” framework to analyze how the increasing [...]

Nonprofit Resource Contribution and Mission Alignment in Interorganizational, Cross-Sector Public Health Networks2019-08-07T12:45:42-06:00

Strengthening Systems of Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs

2019-08-06T12:36:06-06:00

Read the Article Current approaches to addressing the problems families face when navigating complex service systems on behalf of their children rely largely on state or nationally driven efforts around the development of systems of care (SOCs). However, operationalizing meaningful family involvement within SOCs remains [...]

Strengthening Systems of Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs2019-08-06T12:36:06-06:00

Data-Driven Management Strategies in Public Health Collaboratives

2019-08-05T13:14:43-06:00

Read the Article The objective of this article is to demonstrate a data-driven management approach to effectively implement quality improvement (QI) in public health collaboratives. Using a modeled simulation, this article utilizes network data to demonstrate strategic management approaches. Design: This article uses simulated data [...]

Data-Driven Management Strategies in Public Health Collaboratives2019-08-05T13:14:43-06:00