Practice Report: Student Health Ambassadors at Residential Campuses Contribute to Safer Campus Living and Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Click above to read abstract about the collaborative approach taken by six residential institutions of higher education (IHE) and MAHEC and to mitigating COVID-19 infection rates on campus.
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The Social Bridging Project: Intergenerational Phone-Based Connections With Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Click above to read abstract co-authored by NCCHW staff.
Click here to read this blog post that was developed in collaboration with Emma Olson, the Director of Partnerships and Evaluation with the NC Center for Health and Wellness at UNC Asheville. Several JIF students and faculty also contributed including Sarah Verbiest, Katherine Bryant, and Quinton Smith.
The North Carolina Center for Health & Wellness (NCCHW) at UNC Asheville has received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living to extend its evidence-based falls prevention programs partnership and network across the state. The integrated Networks Grant follows a 2017 award. of $600,000 to NCCHW which expanded access and utilization of the programs across 18 counties in Western North Carolina. Click on the title above to read the full article.
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