The essays in Creating Culture through Health Leadership focus on community organizing, building and resourcing through community action, organizing, and education. The contributors share their experiences of building networks and working with local groups to create public goods and improve their communities. Offering practical tools and strategies to make today's research and practicum in health administration more attuned to the ground level needs, the contributors include steps on how to build these relationships, how to avoid common pitfalls, and how to create effective strategies for partnerships. Drawing on case studies in both rural and urban environments, this book provides useful tools, techniques, and strategies at the intersection of health, wealth and disparity.
Creating Culture through Health Leadership Volume 2