CBPHC is an empowering approach to improving health that engages communities as full partners and extends preventative and curative health services beyond health facilities to communities and households.
“Real social change occurs when relevant knowledge and resources come together with communities in joint action around mutual priorities.”
–Carl Taylor, founding chair of the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins
How can you get involved?
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– We also encourage you to submit your abstract if you are a student, young professional, or community health worker. We are especially interested in project case studies that address different approaches to global programming with CBPHC and CHWs, in a domestic or international setting. Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR) or Community- oriented Primary Care (COPC) and CHWs, short-term medical or public health experiences for long-term impact, or vertical, horizontal, and diagonal/integrated approaches to achieving universal health also are subjects of interest.
Submit an Abstract
Download the PDF: Call for Abstracts and Case Studies: CBPHC Working Group The CBPHC is inviting individuals, organizations, and institutions to submit case studies and abstracts for a new project called “How to Achieve Real Social Change: Opportunities and Challenges for Effective Partnership and Collaboration in Community-based Primary Health Care (CBPHC).” This series will be presented at our…
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Every year we bring together health professionals and students at an APHA pre-conference to make connections, collaborate with others in global health, dialogue about best practice for global CBPHC, and mobilize interest and encourage debate about global public health issues. Be part of the CBPHC working group community!