The HOPE SF Learning Center presented four abstracts at APHA 2015

Hope sf pictureWe are excited to share that the HOPE SF Learning Center team presented four abstracts and/or poster sessions at the American Public Health Association (APHA) conference in October 2015.

The following abstracts were accepted:

  • Jessica Tokunaga, MPH , HOPE SF Learning Center Evaluation Coordinator
  • Danielle Gordon, MS , HOPE SF Learning Center Evaluation Manager
Authors:
  • Jessica Tokunaga, MPH , HOPE SF Learning Center Evaluation Coordinator
  • Danielle Gordon, MS , HOPE SF Learning Center Evaluation Manager
Authors:
  • Sarah Wongking, MPH, HOPE SF Learning Center Campus-Community Partnership Manager
  • Jessica Tokunaga, MPH , HOPE SF Learning Center Evaluation Coordinator
  • Rebecca Chigas, MPH , Department of Health Education, San Francisco State University

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Authors:

  • Sarah Wongking, MPH, HOPE SF Learning Center Campus-Community Partnership Manager
  • Sophia Simon-Ortiz, MPH, HOPE SF Learning Center Research Assistant 

About The Annual APHA Meeting: The Annual APHA meeting strengthens the profession of public health, shares the latest research and information, promotes best practices and advocates for public health issues and policies grounded in research. This year's meeting will take place October 31st - November 4th 2015, in Chicago, IL.

About the HOPE SF Learning Center: The HOPE SF Learning Center fosters an innovative culture that links reflection and action through strategic, coordinated, and applied learning activities. Since the start of HOPE SF, the initiative has done a significant amount of evaluation, assessment and piloting work. The HOPE SF Learning Center integrates these activities into a formal structure to institutionalize and maximize these efforts and ensure they have significant impact.

Pictured above: Danielle Gordon, Jessica Tokunaga, and Sophie Simon-Ortiz. Not pictured: Sarah Wongking and Rebecca Chigas