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The documents listed on this page were utilized in the synthesis of the competencies list.

Essential Public Health Services Adopted: Fall 1994, Source: Public Health Functions Steering Committee, Members (July 1995): Online [July 2000].

American Nurses Association (ANA). (undated). Competencies for health professionals: A multicultural perspective in the promotion of breast cervical, colorectal, and skin health. Washington, DC: ANA.

Association of Community Health Nursing Educators Committee on Practice (ACHNE). (1993). Differentiated nursing practice in community health. Lexington, KY: Association of Community Health Nursing Educators.

Association of Schools of Public Health Council of Public Health Practice Coordinators. (1999). Demonstrating excellence in academic public health practice. Washington, DC: Association of Schools of Public Health.

Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing (ASTDN). (1998). Public health nursing: A partner for progress. Washington, DC: ASTDN.

Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine (ATPM). (1994). An inventory of knowledge and skills relating to disease prevention and health promotion. Washington, DC: ATPM.

Bloom, A. & Gebbie, K. M. (1998a). Preparing currently employed public health environmental professionals for changes in the health system. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Bloom, A. & Gebbie, K. M. (1998b). Preparing currently employed public health educators for changes in the health system. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Boedigheimer, S. F. & Gebbie, K. M. (1998). Preparing currently employed public health administrators for changes in the health systems. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (1999). CDC taskforce on public health workforce development: Draft report. Atlanta, GA: CDC.

Clark, N. & Weist, E. (2000). Mastering the new public health. Submitted for publication.

Council on Education For Public Health. (1993). Accreditation criteria: Graduate schools of public health. Washington, DC: Council on Education for Public Health.

Fowkes, V., Gamel, N., Garcia, R., Wilson, S. R. & Stewart, B. R. (1993). Assessment of physician assistant (PA) nurse practitioner (NP), and Nurse-Midwife (CNM) training on meeting health-care needs of the underserved. Rockville, MD: Health Resources and Services Administration, USDHHS

Gebbie, K. M. (1996). Preparing currently employed public health nurses for changes in the health system: Meeting report and suggested action steps. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Gebbie, K. M. & Rice, R. R. (1998a). Toward a practical curriculum for currently employed public health nurses. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Gebbie, K. M., & Hwang, I. (1998b). Identification of health paradigms in use in state public health agencies. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Gebbie, K. M., & Hwang, I. (1998) Preparing currently employed public health professionals for changes in the health system: Report of a brainstorming meeting. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Grason, H. A., & Guyer, B. G. (1995). Public MCH program functions framework: Essential public health services to promote maternal and child health in America. McLean, VA: The National Maternal and Child Health Clearinghouse.

Gurvis, J. P., & Grey, M. T. (1995). The anatomy of a competency. Journal of Nursing Staff Development, 11 (5), 247-252.

Institute of Medicine (IOM). (1988). The future of public health. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Josten, L., Clarke, P., Ostwald, S., Stoskopf, C., & Shannon, M. D. (1995). Public health nursing education: Back to the future for public health sciences. Family and Community Health,18 (1). 37-48.

Keck, C. W. (1999). Core competencies for synergistic practice of medicine and public health. Education for more synergistic practice of medicine and public health (238-261). N.Y., N.Y: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation.

Lane, D. S., & Ross, V. (1995). Performance indicators for assessing competencies of preventive medicine residents. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 11 (1). 1-8.

Lenburg, C. B. (1999). Reducing threats to the implementation of a competency-based performance assessment system. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing [On-line serial]. Available: http://www.nursingworld.org/ojin/topic10/tpc10_5.htm

MCH Model Indicators Working Group, Maternal and Child Health Information Resource Center. (1997). Maternal and child health model indicators: Executive summary. Washington, DC: Public Health Foundation.

National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC). (1996). A competency framework for professional development of certified health education specialists. Allentown, PA: National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.

Nelson, J. C., Essien, J. D. K., Latoff, J. S., & Wiesner, P. J. (1997). Collaborative competence in the public health agency: Defining performance at the organizational and individual employee levels. Unpublished work. Presented at Prevention '97. Atlanta, GA.

Pope, A. M., Snyder, M. A., & Mood, L. H. (Eds.). (1995). Nursing, health, & the environment: Strengthening the relationship to improve the public's health. Washington, D.C: National Academy Press.

Potts, L., Scutchfield, F. D., Merrill, R., & Katz, W. (undated). The growth of managed care: Implications for change in schools of public health. Washington, DC: Association of Schools of Public Health.

Public Health Leadership Institute. (2000). Draft Proposal: Ethical principles for public health. (unpublished).

Public Health Leadership Institute. (2000). Public health leadership competency framework: Matrix resource document. (unpublished).

Public Health Nursing Section, American Public Health Association. (1996). The definition and role of public health nursing: A statement of APHA Public Health Nursing Section. Washington, DC: American Public Health Association.

Public Health Practice Standards for Local Health Agencies in New Jersey. N.J.A.C. 8:52. (1999).

Quad Council of Public Health Nursing Organizations (Quad Council). (1999). Scope and standards of public health nursing practice. Washington, DC: American Nurses Association.

Rawding, N. (1998). Development of the public health workforce: A preliminary compendium of national resources. Oaklawn, CA: Public Health Leadership Society Center for Health Leadership.

Shalauta, N.M., Burke, T. A. & Tran, N. L. (1998). Blue print for education & training: Environmental science, protection, health. Rockville, MD: Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions.

Sorensen, A. A., & Bialek, R. G. (Eds.) (1991). The public health faculty/agency forum: Linking graduate education and practice: Final report. Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources & Services Administration and Public Health Practice Program Office, Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention. Gainesville, FLA: University Press of Florida.

Task Force on Public Health Workforce Development. (1999). Executive summary and recommendations: CDC/ATSDR strategic plan for public health workforce development.

Core Functions Project. (1993). Health care reform and public health: a paper on population-based core functions. Washington, DC: Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Public Health Service, DHHS.

Tilson, H. & Gebbie, K. M. (1998). Preparing currently employed public health physicians for changes in the health system: Report of a brainstorming meeting. N.Y., N.Y: Center for Health Policy & Health Services Research, Columbia University School of Nursing.

Tyler, C. W. (1995). Public health practice and public health education: A personal view of their current relationship. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 1 (2). 44-47.

U.S. Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services (USPHSDHHS). (undated). The public health workforce: An agenda for the 21st century: Full report of the public health functions project. Washington, DC: USDHHS.

Washington State Department of Health (1993). Public health functions: A progress report from the Washington state core government public health functions task force. Olympia, WA: Washington Department of Health.

Washington State Department of Health. (1999). Proposed Standards for Public Health in Washington State. Olympia, WA: Author.

Zimmerman, R. K., Barker, W. H., Strikas, R. A., Ahwesh, E. R., Mieczkowski, T. A., Janosky, J. E. & Kanter, S. L. (1997). Developing curricula to promote preventive medicine skills: The teaching immunization for medical education (TIME) project. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 278 (9), 705-711.

 

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