CCPH

AcronymDefinition
CCPHCommunity Campus Partnerships for Health
CCPHCalifornia Council for the Promotion of History (Sacramento, CA)
CCPHComplement Control Protein Homolog
CCPHChinese Community Partnership for Health
CCPHChinese Corporation for Promotion of Humanities (Beijing, China; est. 1980)
CCPHCatawba County Public Health (Hickory, NC)
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CCPH defined a probable case of restaurant-associated illness as diarrhea lasting >2 days in any restaurant guest or staff member with illness onset from July 1, 2016, to July 23, 2016.
CCPH conducted a case-control study involving 28 menu items, using 14 non-ill dining companions and restaurant staff members as controls.
During an inspection on July 15, the sous-chef solely responsible for preparing the chicken liver mousse demonstrated preparation to the CCPH food safety inspector, who observed that the sous-chef used the appearance of the livers alone to determine whether they were fully cooked.
For example, the CCPH offers a workbook entitled "Methods and Strategies for Assessing Service-Learning in Health Professions.
In a fashion similar to the CCPH partnership principles mentioned above, FTL emeiged from community-based organizational networks to offer a rethinking of dominant structures of SLCE practice (Hartman, Paris, & Blache-Cohen, 2014).
The 14 CES competencies developed by CCPH provided the basis for the new faculty development programs designed as part of the FEC initiative as well as for assessing their associated outcomes.
The former included items addressing the original CCPH competencies and additional items addressing the learning goals of EDGES; the latter primarily addressed the particular learning goals of EDGES.
At the time the investigators developed the competencies scale for use in the EDGES program, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) and the University of Michigan (both part of the FEC initiative) had produced instruments grounded in the competencies that emerged from the CCPH work (Blanchard et al.
A consultant from CCPH helped plan and implement two programs on service-learning that outlined the potential benefits for all partners.
Doreen Harper, CCPH consultant, for their ongoing conceptual support, and acknowledge the agencies, faculty, and students who participated in the program.
Good partnerships are founded on trust, respect, mutual benefit, good communication, and governance structures that allow democratic decision-making, process improvement, and resource sharing (Benson & Harkavy, 2001; CCPH, 1999; Campus Compact, 2000; Mihalynuk & Seifer, 2002; Schumaker, Reed, & Woods, 2000).
CCPH has successfully influenced the service-learning field as well as the broader community of professionals interested in civic engagement issues.