Developing a curriculum to reduce health disparities: SHARE Year 3 - developing a national student health advocacy program for community-academic partnerships
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AbstractIn 2012, HS/HSL received NIH funding to develop SHARE (Student Health Advocates Redefining Empowerment), a 3 year project aimed at developing students’ skills to advocate for better health at the personal, family, and community level. The challenges faced during the third year of Project SHARE included: Refine lessons developed in SHARE years 1 and 2; Standardize lesson plans of 12 SHARE instructors; Generalize lesson content and experiential learning activities to allow for use nationwide. The curriculum is expected to be published online by August 2014.
DescriptionThis poster was presented at the Medical Library Association (MLA) Annual Meeting and Exhibits May 2014.
SponsorsNIH Information Resource Grant to Reduce Health Disparities. (1G08LM011079-01) (2102-2014)
KeywordProject SHARE (University of Maryland, Health Sciences and Human Services Library)
Health education (Higher)
Low-income high school students
University of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/4683
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