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Working with Communities NACCHO Alisa Haushalter, MSN, RN November 1, 2005
Working with Communities: The Nashville MAPP Experience Tales from the Cutting Edge
Nashville Southeastern United States Urban-rural designation Population of 560,000 Population demographics ------
Nashville Prominent Director of Health New Mayor History of being on the cutting edge History of working in the community History with MAPP
Tips for Working with Communities Tip 1 Define the community you will be working with.
Tips for Working with Communities Tip 2 Know where you have been, Know where you are currently, and Know where you are going.
Tips for Working with Communities Tip 3 Never under estimate the power of people.
Tips for Working with Communities Tip 4 Remember it is all about RELATIONSHIP
Tips for Working with Communities Tip 5 Study Dialogue
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