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ISSN: 2161-0711

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Teresa Smith

Community Engagement Core, CCTST, Cincinnati Children Hospital Medical Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA


Teresa's main research interests are in the fields of community, disadvantage and the family - preschool policy, childcare and education, parental involvement, integrated services, the relationship between formal and informal care, the changing patterns of care provided by family, friends and neighbours, and the socio-spatial mapping of disadvantage and services for families and young children. She contributed to the PMDU 2002 Interdepartmental Review which led to the development of children’s centres and the extended schools agenda, and to the 2005 review of services for children and families by the Social Exclusion Unit, now the Social Exclusion Task Force.

The Community Engagement and Translational Research Speaker Series: An Innovative Model of Health Education

Introduction: New models of health education are needed as research is becoming increasingly translational and as health care models are being applied to both medical and community settings. The Community Engagement and Translational Research Speaker Series is an innovative model for community health education that engages academic and community pa... Read More»

Lori E Crosby, Teresa Smith, William D Parr and Monica J Mitchell

Research Article: J Community Med Health Edu 2013, 3: 227

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0711.1000227

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