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New Journal--Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action

The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, in conjunction with the WK
Kellogg Foundation, announce the launch of a national peer-reviewed
journal dedicated to community health partnerships.  Progress in
Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
addresses topics focusing on the growing field of community-based
participatory research (CBPR) while promoting further collaboration and
elevating the visibility and stature of CBPR as a means toward
eliminating health disparities.

The first issue is expected in Spring/Summer 2006. For more
information, including how to subscribe and how to submit papers, visit
the Journal's website at

You can meet Journal Editor Eric Bass and Deputy Editor Darius Tandon
at the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health conference on May 31,
2006, in Minneapolis when they will lead a pre-conference institute on
Practical Guidance for Authors Writing About Community-Based
Participatory Research.  Registration is limited to 50
participants.  For more information, visit

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