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External linkpdf file Working with Religious Congregations
This guide builds on lessons learned from church-based demonstration programs supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. It provides information about how to contact and recruit congregation members, train volunteer teams within congregations, implement effective cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention programs, sustain momentum for continued activity, and monitor and evaluate congregation-based programs. 32 pages. NIH Publication Number: 97-4058
Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) may receive 3 credit hours in category 1 by reading the Guide and completing the quiz.
External linkpdf file Report on Research in Coronary Heart Disease in Blacks
This summary of the 1992 review of the state of knowledge concerning coronary heart disease in blacks includes research recommendations for NHLBI support and a bibliography on research areas. 108 pages. PB95-129037
External linkpdf file Mobilizing African American Communities to Address Disparities in Cardiovascular Health
This report summarizes a full-day workshop (September 2001) of presentations, testimonials and programming recommendations made by over 75 health, housing and social service providers, community health advocates, and public housing leaders and residents of Baltimore City. Cosponsored by the National, Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and the Baltimore City Cardiovascular Health Partnership (BCCHP) partner institutions of Morgan State University Public Health Program, the Baltimore Field Office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, and the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks, the purpose of this activity was to provide the BCCHP recommendations and strategies for implementing culturally and contextually appropriate community heart health education and outreach activities for black Americans living in public housing developments of Baltimore City. 64 pages. NIH Publication No. 02-5069.



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