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Research Studies is a monthly compilation of research articles funded by AHRQ or authored by AHRQ researchers and recently published in journals or newsletters.
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Olmos-Ochoa TT, Miake-Lye IM, Glenn BA
Sustaining successful clinical-community partnerships in medically underserved urban areas: a qualitative case study.
This qualitative case study examines the Faith Community Health Partnership, which is a collaboration between faith-community nurses and community organizations sustained over 25 years. Factors supporting partnership sustainability were identified through semi-structured interviews with 18 FHCP partners. Factors include maintaining partners’ commitment over time; strategic resource-sharing; facilitating engagement; and preserving partnership flexibility.
Citation: Olmos-Ochoa TT, Miake-Lye IM, Glenn BA . Sustaining successful clinical-community partnerships in medically underserved urban areas: a qualitative case study. J Community Health Nurs 2021 Jan-Mar;38(1):1-12. doi: 10.1080/07370016.2021.1869423.
Keywords: Community Partnerships, Vulnerable Populations, Urban Health, Case Study, Access to Care, Healthcare Delivery
Reid R, Rising E, Kaufman A
The influence of a place-based foundation and a public university in growing a rural health workforce.
This article describes a partnership between a private, place-based foundation and the University of New Mexico's Office for Community Health. The university’s resources and the JF Maddox Foundation’s entrepreneurial nature, discretionary grant-making, and local convening capabilities combined to an innovative approach for addressing an acute shortage in the local health care delivery workforce in an isolated, rural setting in New Mexico. Results included a significant increase in recruitment of key health care professionals, a more cohesive medical community, a school-based clinic, and support for other community challenges such as the prevention of teen pregnancy.
Citation: Reid R, Rising E, Kaufman A . The influence of a place-based foundation and a public university in growing a rural health workforce. J Community Health 2019 Apr;44(2):292-96. doi: 10.1007/s10900-018-0585-y..
Keywords: Access to Care, Community-Based Practice, Community Partnerships, Rural Health, Workforce