Cudahy high school survey and focus groups: assessment of the needs of a teen population. A community-campus collaboration

Title

Cudahy high school survey and focus groups: assessment of the needs of a teen population. A community-campus collaboration

Creator

Doerr BT; Wantuch C

Publisher

Public Health Nursing (boston, Mass.)

Date

2000

Subject

Female; Humans; Male; Cooperative Behavior; Focus Groups; Interinstitutional Relations; Wisconsin; adolescent; Adolescent Health Services/organization & administration; School Health Services/organization & administration; Needs Assessment/organization & administration; Community Health Nursing/education/organization & administration; School Nursing/organization & administration; Universities/organization & administration

Description

Collaboration between local public health agencies and university schools of nursing can be advantageous to both parties. Students need opportunities to learn aggregate-based care; health officers need community partnerships that expand their potential to accomplish core functions. This article offers a case study to illustrate a collaborative relationship. A high school survey and a plan for teen services were the focus of the joint endeavor. With guidance from faculty, students offered labor and expertise; the agency offered a real world laboratory for learning.
2000

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

11-15

Issue

1

Volume

17

Citation

Doerr BT; Wantuch C, “Cudahy high school survey and focus groups: assessment of the needs of a teen population. A community-campus collaboration,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed January 18, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/12131.

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