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A quasi-experimental evaluation of partnerships for success's impact on community-level ethanol and prescription drug poisoning rates.

The emerging dual threats of underaged drinking (UAD) and prescription drug misuse (PDM) require sustained prevention efforts across multiple levels of interventions. In response to the continuing proliferation of UAD and PDM among youth and young adults, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) developed the Partnerships for Success (PFS) program. Across five cohorts funded from 2012 to 2016, PFS created linkages between health care providers, treatment and prevention services...

Community-based behavioral health interventions: Developing strong community partnerships.

The popularity of community-based interventions has experienced a revival over the last two decades. The general theme behind this trend is that greater community involvement provides researchers and practitioners with culturally relevant information to make interventions successful. This involvement is usually solicited through the formation of community coalitions and advisory boards. Although the positive influence of community partnerships is well established, strategies for successfully developing and ...

Trends in Number and Composition of Sex Partners Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States, National HIV Behavioral Surveillance, 2008-2014.

Social and legal acceptance of long-term same-sex partnerships in the United States has increased over the past decade which may impact sexual partnering among men who have sex with men (MSM). Identifying whether and how partnering trends have evolved at a national level could improve understanding of HIV transmission and prevention among MSM partnerships.

The Impact of a Stress Management Program on the Stress Response of Nurses in Neonatal Intensive Care Units: A Quasi-Experimental Study.

This study was conducted with the aim to determine the effect of a stress management program on the response to stress by nurses working in neonatal intensive care units. This quasi-experimental study was conducted on 70 nurses in Iran. The nurses were assigned to the 2 groups: experimental and control groups, with each group comprising 35 participants. The McNamara education program was used for nurses in the experimental group. The response to stress in both groups was reviewed pre- and postintervention a...

Health in all policies in the Valencian Community: steps towards the health impact assessment.

This paper describes the beginning of the implementation process of the health impact assessment in the Valencian Community (Spain), as an instrument to incorporate the framework of social determinants and health inequalities in the policies issued by the different departments of the Valencian government. The proposal involves: 1) political commitment, with legislative and strategic planning actions; 2) the creation of structures to allow intersectoral collaboration, with the establishment of the health imp...

From Craft to Reflective Art and Science Comment on "Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review".

Patient engagement practices are increasingly incorporated in health research, governance, and care. More recently, a large number of evaluation tools and metrics have been developed to support engagement evaluation. This growing interest in evaluation reflects a maturation of the patient engagement field, moving from a "craft" to a reflective "art and science," with more explicit expected benefits and risks, better understood conditions for success and failure, and increasingly rigorous evaluation instrume...

Community participation in health services development, implementation, and evaluation: A systematic review of empowerment, health, community, and process outcomes.

Community participation is widely believed to be beneficial to the development, implementation and evaluation of health services. However, many challenges to successful and sustainable community involvement remain. Importantly, there is little evidence on the effect of community participation in terms of outcomes at both the community and individual level. Our systematic review seeks to examine the evidence on outcomes of community participation in high and upper-middle income countries.

Using a community-created multisite evaluation to promote evaluation use across a sector.

Multisite evaluation has been cited as a strategy for building knowledge about a program's success and enhancing evaluation capacity and evaluation use. Even so, the extent to which data from these efforts are made available to individual project participants varies. This article describes a community-created multisite evaluation that was designed to overcome this limitation. Based on the negotiated centralized evaluation model and implemented within the context of a community of practice, the EvalFest comm...

High-Impact Community Clinical Experiences to Promote Health and Enhance Well-Being of Older Adults.

Given the complex needs of the aging population, nurse educators must prepare future registered nurses to help older adults remain safe and healthy in their homes. This article describes partnerships between a school of nursing and low-income senior housing providers to develop new high-impact community-based learning experiences. Baccalaureate nursing students conducted home visits in low-income senior housing communities and engaged in a research study to quantify activities conducted by students and the ...

Towards an assessment for organizational participatory research health partnerships: A systematic mixed studies review with framework synthesis.

Within the health sciences, organizational participatory research (OPR) is defined as a blend of research and action, in which academic researchers partner with health organization members. OPR is based on a sound partnership between all stakeholders to improve organizational practices. However, little research on the evaluation of OPR health partnership exists. This systematic mixed studies review sought to produce a new theoretical model that structures the evaluation of the OPR processes and related outc...

Shifting Academic Health Centers From a Culture of Community Service to Community Engagement and Integration.

There is an increasing need for academic health centers (AHCs) to engage communities across their clinical, research, and educational missions. Although AHCs have a long-standing history of community service, a more comprehensive approach to working with communities is required to respond to shifts toward a population health paradigm, funder requirements for community engagement in research, and demands that medical education focus more on social and environmental determinants of health. Community engagemen...

Academic-Practice Partnerships: A Win-Win.

Partnerships between academia and practice can lead to improved patient care and health system innovations. Nurse educators in both academia and practice are positioned to facilitate opportunities for students and practicing nurses to be involved in evidence-based practice (EBP) care initiatives involving academic-health care partners in clinical and/or community-based systems. Best practices in collaborative partnerships have demonstrated the significance of their far-reaching impact on patients, students,...

Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Scholarship Program evaluation snapshot: success breeds success.

Sustained Effect of a Community-based Behavioral and Nutrition Intervention on HIV-related Outcomes among Women living with HIV in Rural India: A Quasi-experimental Trial.

Women living with HIV (WLH) in rural communities face challenges to obtaining treatment and accurate disease-related information. Nutritional deficits exacerbate disease progression.

Patient expectations, eating disorder severity and personality features: Impact on eating pathology in psychological therapy for eating disorders.

Many factors have been shown to impact treatment outcome in eating disorders, including illness related variables (e.g. symptom severity), and broader clinical features (e.g. personality pathology). Less is known about the potential impact of patient related variables, such as patients' views regarding treatment suitability and success. This study explored the impact of eating disorder severity, personality features and patient expectations regarding treatment suitability and success, on eating pathology at...

Strong Community-Public Health Partnerships May Help Us Move Closer to Tuberculosis Elimination.

The impact of Ethiopia's pilot community based health insurance scheme on healthcare utilization and cost of care.

In June 2011, the Government of Ethiopia introduced a pilot Community Based Health Insurance (CBHI) scheme in rural parts of the country. Based on a fixed effects analysis of household panel data, this paper assesses the impact of the scheme on utilization of modern healthcare and the cost of accessing healthcare. It adds to the relatively small body of work that provides a rigorous evaluation of CBHI schemes. We find that in the case of public health facilities, enrolment leads to a 30-41% increase in util...

The role of international partnerships in improving urethral reconstruction in low- and middle-income countries.

To explore the impact of education and training in international surgical partnerships on outcomes of urethral stricture disease in low- and middle-income countries. To encourage data collection and outcomes assessments to promote evidence-based and safe surgical care.

The impact of an individualised neonatal parent support programme on parental stress: a quasi-experimental study.

To evaluate the impact on parental stress of an individualised neonatal parent support programme.

The impact of forensic nursing course on students' knowledge level on forensic evidence.

The study is designed as quasi experimental including pre-test and post-test. The sample of the study is consisted of 98 students who are taking the Forensic Nursing course in the second year of the School of Nursing at a university. The mean score obtained from the test on the knowledge of forensic evidence before the training was 23.63 ± 5.24 while the mean score after the training was 33.32 ± 4.54. A statistically significant difference was found when the average scores of the students were com...

The impact of gardening on nutrition and physical health outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Community gardening has been widely recognized as a multicomponent approach that has affected a broad range of health and well-being outcomes. The objective of this study was to investigate the association between community gardening and nutrition and physical health among adults. A systematic review and meta-analysis were conducted. Five electronic databases were searched systematically. Quality of included studies was appraised by several quality assessment tools related to the study design of each includ...

Is a smartphone application effective in improving physical activity among medical school students? Results from a quasi-experimental study.

Introduction Physical activity (PA) is proven to be an effective strategy to avert the life threatening cardiovascular diseases. There is need for developing feasible aids to improve compliance to PA. Hence, we conducted a study among medical college students a) to assess the prevalence of recommended PA level and b) to assess the effectiveness of installing a smartphone application (app) in improving PA. Methodology A quasi-experimental study was conducted among medical college students in Puducherry, Indi...

Role of HCV Viremia in Corroborated HCV Transmission Events Within Young Adult Injecting Partnerships.

Hepatitis C virus (HCV), a major cause of morbidity and mortality, is common and rising among young persons who inject drugs (PWID). Reducing the level of viremia may be an intervention, yet the impact of viremia on HCV transmission is unknown.

Effect of nutrition education on hemoglobin level in pregnant women: A quasi-experimental study.

Anemia during pregnancy is a major public health problem globally with multiple causes including inadequate dietary intakes. The aim of the study was to assess the effect of nutrition education on nutritional knowledge, hemoglobin level and dietary intake of anemic pregnant women.

Association of Timing of Sexual Partnerships and Perceptions of Partners' Concurrency With Reporting of Sexually Transmitted Infection Diagnosis.

The timing of sexual partnerships is important for sexually transmitted infection (STI) transmission potential. Studies often measure timing as whether partnerships overlap in time (concurrency), but this measure does not account for how STI risk from previous partners can be carried forward into future partnerships even when there is a time gap between them (serial monogamy) if the infectious period is greater than this time gap.

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