Fwd: CES4Health Call for Community-Engaged Projects Focused on Immigrant and Refugee Health - December 1st Deadline
- Sorry for the duplicate posting.
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> From: Richard Thomas <rthomas@...>[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Date: August 26, 2010 12:18:33 PM CDT
> To: Laura Gonzalez <lagonzal@...>, Lloyd Miller <lloyd.miller@...>
> Subject: FW: CES4Health Call for Community-Engaged Projects Focused on Immigrant and Refugee Health - December 1st Deadline
> Richard Thomas
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> From: Medical Anthropology [mailto:H-MEDANTHRO@...] On Behalf Of Emily Wentzell
> Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2010 12:09 PM
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> Subject: CES4Health Call for Community-Engaged Projects Focused on Immigrant and Refugee Health - December 1st Deadline
> From: Kathleen Ragsdale
> Date: Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 10:00 AM
> Subject: Hmedanthro posting: CES4Health Call for Community-Engaged
> Projects Focused on Immigrant and Refugee Health - December 1st
> Subject: Call for Diverse Products of Community-Engaged Projects Focused on
> Immigrant and Refugee Health - December 1st Deadline
> *please excuse cross-postings
> Dear colleague,
> Do you -- or your faculty, students or community colleagues -- have products
> from community-based participatory research, service-learning or other
> community-engaged projects focused on immigrant and refugee health that are in
> forms other than journal articles?
> CES4Health.info is an online mechanism for peer-reviewing, publishing and
> disseminating diverse products of community-engaged scholarship (CES). The
> results of CES are often disseminated through diverse products that are
> accessible and useful to community members and policy makers, such as
> photovoice exhibits, policy briefs, educational videos and podcasts. CES also
> often leads to the development of tools that can assist others in implementing
> or adapting the project in their communities, such as assessment instruments,
> instructional manuals and patient education materials.
> CES4Health.info is publishing a set of diverse products of community-engaged
> scholarship in immigrant and refugee health in Spring 2011. Submissions are
> due December 1, 2010 and involve completing an online application and uploading
> the product or providing a link to it. Products in English from anywhere in the
> world will be considered.
> Rahma Osman
> Program Assistant
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