GCM Publications Spotlight on Public Health
This month, in recognition of National Public Health Week, we are highlighting a selection of Group Concept Mapping Public Health articles. GCM is a powerful participatory research method that values the voice of multiple stakeholders. Researchers have utilized the methodology for policy development, strategic planning, program evaluation and more.
GCM Public Health Articles:
Burke, J. G., O’Campo, P., Peak, G. L., Gielen, A. C., McDonnell, K. A., & Trochim, W. (2005). An introduction to concept mapping as a participatory public health research methodology. Qualitative Health Research, 15(10), 1392-1410. doi: 10.1177/1049732305278876.
Miller, L. C., Rosas, S. R., & Hall, K. (2011). Using concept mapping to describe sources of information for public health and school nursing practice. Journal of Research in Nursing, 17(5), 466-481. doi: 10.1177/1744987111403883.
Schell, S. F., Luke, D. A., Schooley, M. W., Elliot, M. B., Herbers, S. H., Mueller, N. B., & Bunger, A. C. (2013). Public health program capacity for sustainability: A new framework. Implementation Science, 8:15. doi: 10.1186/1748-5908-8-15.
Tubbing, L., Harting, J., & Stronks, K. (2015). Unravelling the concept of integrated public health policy: Concept mapping with Dutch experts from science, policy, and practice. Health Policy, 119(2015), 749-759. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2014.12.020.
Wheeler, F. C., Anderson, L. A., Boddie-Willis, C., Price, P. H., & Kane, M. (2005). The role of state public health agencies in addressing less prevalent chronic conditions. Preventing Chronic Disease, 2(3), A12.
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