Colene Robinson

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An HIV/AIDS education model was implemented for rural nurses as a demonstration project in Georgia. The overall goal of the project was to increase the quality of and access to HIV/AIDS-specific services in rural communities. Public health and community nurses were the focus of this effort due to their current roles in providing health care to rural and(More)
As part of efforts to develop training and career development experiences to enhance leadership skills among public health officials, the Public Health Foundation, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, National Association of County Health Officials, United States Conference of Local Health Officers, and Public Health Practice Program(More)
  • RIGHTS MYOPIA, CHILD WELFARE, +18 authors Renee Neswadi
  • 2006
For decades, legal scholars have debated the proper balance of parents’ rights and children’s rights in the child welfare system. This Article argues that the debate mistakenly privileges rights. Neither parents’ rights nor children’s rights serve families well because, as implemented, a solely rights-based model of child welfare does not protect the(More)