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Leading Community Based Changes in the Culture of Health in the US

Experiences in Developing the Team and Impacting the Community

Edited by

Claudia S.P. Fernandez

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Giselle Corbie-Smith

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Advancing health equity calls for a new kind of leader and a new approach to leadership development. Clinical Scholars and Culture of Health Leaders are mid-career leadership development programs supporting the emergence of collaborative and systemic approaches, bringing teams of leaders together with others in the community to work toward the common goal of lessening health disparities. In each chapter of this book, the authors share how they tackled seemingly intractable issues, making headway through applying the principles of adaptive leadership in unbounded systems to create not only outcomes but also impacts on health disparities and, in some cases, sustainable and scalable applications. In this volume, you will learn how Clinical Scholars and Culture of Health Leaders programs curated and measured the successful learning and development of these dedicated health-equity advocates.

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Leading Community Based Changes in the Culture of Health in the USExperiences in Developing the Team and Impacting the CommunityEdited by Claudia S.P. Fernandez and Giselle Corbie-Smith

Published: September 8th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.80243

ISBN: 978-1-80355-153-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-80355-155-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-80355-154-8

Copyright year: 2021

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1. Introductory Chapter: A New Approach to Developing Leadership for Cross-Sector, Community-Based Change

By Claudia S.P. Fernandez and Giselle Corbie-Smith

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2. Clinical Scholars: Effective Approaches to Leadership Development

By Claudia S.P. Fernandez, Giselle Corbie-Smith, Melissa Green, Kathleen Brandert, Cheryl Noble and Gaurav Dave

28

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3. Clinical Scholars: Making Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Learning an Integral Part of Leadership Development

By Kathleen Brandert, Giselle Corbie-Smith, Rachel Berthiaume, Melissa Green and Claudia S.P. Fernandez

33

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4. Clinical Scholars: Using Program Evaluation to Inform Leadership Development

By Gaurav Dave, Cheryl Noble, Caroline Chandler, Giselle Corbie-Smith and Claudia S.P. Fernandez

29

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5. Culture of Health Leaders: Building a Diverse Network to Advance Health Equity

By Natalie S. Burke, Gail C. Christopher, Tara S. Hacker, Jeffrey Moy and Andrea Williams

29

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6. From Margins to Mainstream: Creating a Rural-Based Center of Excellence in Transgender Health for Upstate, New York

By Carolyn Wolf-Gould

30

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7. Building a Dental Home Network for Children with Special Health Care Needs

By Mark DeRuiter, Jeffrey Karp and Peter Scal

31

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8. Oral Health in Communities and Neighborhoods (OHICAN) Pilot Project: The Burden of Poor Oral Health

By Charles E. Moore, Hope Bussenius and David Reznik

29

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9. underdog DREAMS: Improving Long-Term Quality of Life Outcomes for Florida’s Foster Youth and Families

By Annette Bell, Slyving Bourdeau, Asha Davis, Amanda Stanec and Derrick Stephens

24

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10. Creating a Culture of Mental Health in Filipino Immigrant Communities through Community Partnerships

By Aviril Sepulveda, Dean M. Coffey, Jed David, Horacio Lopez, Kamil Bantol and Joyce R. Javier

37

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11. Addressing the Under-Representation of African American Public Health Researchers: The Flint Youth Public Health Academy

By Kent Key

31

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12. Violence: A Prescription of Hope for a Vulnerable Population

By Tonita Smith, Edith Amponsah and Lia Garman

26

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13. The MHISTREET: Barbershop Embedded Education Initiative

By Nnemdi Kamanu Elias, Alfred Larbi, Kevin Washington and Erin Athey

25

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14. Somewhere to Go: Implementing Medication-Based Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders in Rural Maryland and beyond

By Seth Himelhoch, Marion Currens, Jewell Benford and Eric Weintraub

31

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15. Transforming Opioid Addictions Care in New Mexico: Combining Medication Treatment with Patient Autonomy, Civic Engagement and Integrative Healing

By Anjali Taneja and William Wagner

29

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16. Beautiful Ruin: Creating Healthfields

By Laurel Berman

25

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