CBPH

(redirected from Community-Based Public Health)
AcronymDefinition
CBPHCommunity-Based Public Health
CBPHCenter on Biodemography and Population Health (University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California)
CBPHCommittee for Boston Public Housing (est. 1981; Boston, MA)
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Most people would agree that providing prevention education, infectious disease treatment and adequate medical care to inmates and then linking them to community-based public health services is a good investment for the communities from which they come and to which they will return.
And under this model, community-based public health becomes both decentralized and personalized.
Tom Bruce Award for Leadership in Community-Based Public Health: Community and University of California-Los Angeles-Rand Research Team
Foster community-based public health practice with an emphasis on breaking new ground in prevention methods.
Operational research is a type of community-based public health research.
But this summer Bailey, founder of Bridges Into the Future Inc., learned the Community-Based Public Health Caucus received a grant that allowed the APHA group to help community partners such as Bailey afford the costs to attend the institute.
The investment of $10 per person each year in proven, community-based public health could save more than $16 billion over five years, a $5.60 return for every $1 invested.
Community-Based Public Health Champions: Alameda County Department of Public Health, Center for Well-ness and Achievement in Education, Visitacion Valley Middle School, Community Child Care Council of Alameda County
This year's Annual Meeting will offer attendees an opportunity to learn more about successful community-based public health interventions, connect with colleagues from around the nation and world and hear from top public health decision-makers.
With the launch in November of the new Community-Based Public Health Caucus Youth Council, students ages 13 to 24 can take their passion for public health to the national level.
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