Welcome to Advancing Inland Health

Advancing Inland Health is a twice-annual compilation of abstracts, case reports, peer-reviewed journal articles and other items of academic interest in the field of public health, selected by the editor and presented and/or written by staff of the County of Riverside Department of Public Health.

Advancing Inland Health is edited by Cameron Kaiser, MD, Public Health Officer. Address editorial inquiries and other requests to ckaiser@rivcocha.org.

We offer free downloadable PDF versions of each issue. A small print run is available for copies by mail at no charge. We would be delighted to add you to our mailing list as our limited supply of printed copies permits. Please E-mail the editor to request a subscription.

Issues

Vol. 3, No. 1
1/2016
Addressing chronic disease in Riverside County through multi-sectorial partnership: the Community Translational Research Institute (CTRI); using Incident Command System (ICS) to plan community health assessment forums; Riverside County's S.M.I.L.E. program for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders: a discussion of risk factors and improving partnerships


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Vol. 2, No. 2
7/2015
Sustaining the Nurse-Family Partnership through creative funding, community collaborations and nursing passion; Tuberculosis verrucosa cutis: a case report; the public health nurse and the Wraparound Program; bottom-up, top-down and peer-to-peer: behind the scenes on policy development; community engagement in the Healthy Riverside County Initiative


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Vol. 2, No. 1
1/2015
Thriving to make workplace health promotion a success: Riverside County's Thrive Across America challenge; linking federal preparedness funding programs to improve community-based response; from paternalism to partnership: the evolution of a family-centered, episodic service delivery model in the California Children's Services Medical Therapy Program; supporting mothers in life's emotions (S.M.I.L.E.) program: a perinatal mood and anxiety disorders support program


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Vol. 1, No. 2
5/2014
Building a healthy Riverside County through city and regional planning; 1800 tests, 24 hours: large-scale tuberculosis testing with the Incident Command System; evaluating the effects of workforce development on behavioral intention to reduce health disparities; WIC worksite wellness: making the case for local health departments with limited resources; Thriving Across America with Riverside County: an example of a successful workplace physical activity initiative


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Vol. 1, No. 1
1/2014
An introduction to public health: improving health for all; negative QFT, suggestive film: class TB0 or TB4?; aging out in the desert: disclosure, acceptance and service use among midlife and older lesbians and gay men; a supportive-educative program for perinatal depression utilizing Orem's theory of self-care; the County Nutrition Action Plan collaborations of USDA Food and Supplemental Nutrition programs with new and non-traditional partners; tobacco's war on culture; a health equity committee: a local health department's effort to address health inequities Download PDF

We welcome citations of Advancing Inland Health articles, and content may be freely reproduced with appropriate citation given to the original authors. All content appears as written by the original author, minimally edited for space, typography, grammar and formatting unless otherwise noted. Journal articles in subscription-only journals are reprinted in abstract form only, per editorial policy. Letters sent to the editor may be printed in future issues, edited for space and clarity.