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J Rouse Iñiguez, P Fleisher, W Liu, R Vargas, R Quezada, K Grumbach, L Schmidt

J Rouse Iñiguez, P Fleisher, W Liu, R Vargas, R Quezada, K Grumbach, L Schmidt

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  • Developing a new model for policy change through Academic – Civic – Community Partnerships in San Francisco J Rouse Iñiguez, P Fleisher, W Liu, R Vargas, R Quezada, K Grumbach, L Schmidt Community Engagement & Health Policy Program -- Clinical & Translational Science Institute Bringing community, civic, and academic expertise together to improve health, and health equity in San Francisco. COMMUNITY We have reviewed existing SF health needs •SF Health Disparities Coalitions assessments to identify priority areas. Our partners •Community-Based Organizations have chosen to focus as much as possible on •Residents upstream prevention and health promotion, and UCSF has provided infrastructure by establishing and Coordinating Council maintaining Partnership Working Group in these topic ACADEMIC CIVIC areas. •Institute of Health •Department of Public Policy Studies Health •Community •Mayor’s Office Engagement & •Board of Supervisors Health Policy Program •San Francisco Unified •Hastings Consortium School District Alcohol Policy Alcohol Policy Children’s Oral Health Children’s Oral Health Our Coordinating Council is a multi- Our goal with SF HIP is to bring UCSF’s research capital—the stakeholder leadership group that great wealth of health policy, health sciences and clinical reflects a diverse set of partners from research discoveries— to the health improvement efforts of Hepatitis B Quality Improvement Hepatitis B Quality Improvement UCSF, SF Health Equity Coalitions, The our community and civic partners. Through combined civic, Collaborative Collaborative Hospital Council, Kaiser Permanente community and academic expertise, we will effectively Division of Research, SF Mayor’s Office translate this research capital into scalable interventions to of Housing, SF Department of Public make a measurable impact on community health and Physical Activity & Nutrition Physical Activity & Nutrition Health, and the SF Unified School eliminate disparities. District. This poster was supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health, through UCSF-CTSI Grant This poster was supported by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health, through UCSF-CTSI Grant Visit us at www.sfhip.org Number UL1 TR000004. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH. Number UL1 TR000004. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.