2008 Go Global India community campus partnerships in action.  Curtin University allied health students facilitate a morning exercise dance group for residents with staff from AnandaNiketan Society for Mental Health Care.  Residents at AnandaNiketan enjoy creative groups like the exercise dance group, benefitting from the joint efforts and treatment plans developed by AnandaNiketan staff and Curtin students. Treatment programs at AnandaNiketan are developed with sustainability as a key goal and staff continue to facilitate the exercise dance group after students have completed their placements and  returned to Australia.

Application for Submitting a Product to CES4Health.info

In preparation for submitting your online application, you should complete the narrative portion of the application using the Product Application Narrative document and save a copy for you records. If revisions are requested to your application, you will need to resubmit your application online. Having a saved version of the application to edit will save you time. Please note the character limits include spaces.


It is also important to keep in mind that if published, both your product and most parts of your application will be able to be viewed by CES4Health.info users. Therefore, you must prepare your application with the thoroughness and attention to detail you would any professional publication. Jargon and acronyms should be avoided to allow a diverse audience to understand your application and product. Please pay attention to formatting and presentation style of your application so that it is easy to follow for all CES4Health.info users.


Please complete the information below. Once finished, the system will then ask you to submit your product electronically or provide a URL if your product is a website or is posted on a website. The CES4Health.info website is able to accept one file (5 MB or smaller) or one URL as the "product" submitted. If your product consists of several files, you may be able to submit them online by (a) converting each file to a pdf and then merging the pdf documents into one pdf (this file may need to be optimized so that it is 5MB or smaller) or by (b) compressing your files into one zip file that is 5MB or smaller. Alternatively, you could post the individual files that comprise your product on a website and then provide that website's URL. If none of these options are possible, you will be instructed to submit 6 hard copies of your product by postal service to the Editor.


Please note that information provided in Part 1. The Cover Sheet and items 1-12 of Part 2. The Narrative will be made available for CES4Health.info users to view when searching for products.


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PART 1. COVER SHEET

* Is this a product resubmission?  

If yes, please provide the original CES4Health.info Product ID #: (This can be found in your decision letter from the Editor):  

* Title of your product:

 


Corresponding Author Information (All information will be displayed in CES4Health.info)
To whom communications should be directed:

* First Name:  

* Primary Organizational Affiliation:  

Address 2:

* City:  

* Country:  

* Phone (include area code):  

* Email (This will be the primary way
CES4Health.info communicates with you):
   



* Last Name:  

* Address 1:  

Address 3:

* State/Province:  

Zip Code:

Fax:


* Confirm your Email Address:    




Author Information
Please list all authors in the order of authorship (include the corresponding author named above). Only first and last names and primary organizational affiliations of additional authors will be displayed in CES4Health.info. Including academic/institutional and community partners as authors is one way to demonstrate genuine partnership.  

Please note: after adding each author, you must click on the Save & Add Another Author button to save the information you have entered.

* First Name:

Primary Organizational Affiliation:

Address 2:

State/Province:

Zip Code:

Fax:


* Last Name:

Address 1:

City:

Country:

Phone (include area code):

Email:




* Year Product was created:

   

1. * In rare cases submitted products may not be in formats that users can download from CES4Health.info or access from a website linked to from CES4Health.info. In these cases the author would supply the product to users directly or the author would provide ordering instructions. Does this situation apply to your product? If no, please check "no" and skip to question 5.  

2. If "yes" to Question 1, should users contact you directly to obtain a copy of the product?  

3. If users should not contact you directly to obtain your product (i.e. they should contact a publisher or other source), please provide detailed instructions on how users may obtain your product.  

4. Is there a PRINTING, PRODUCTION OR MAILING fee required to obtain your product?  




To help us better match your product with reviewers, please answer the following questions:

5. * What general topics does your product address? (Check all that apply. If this question is not applicable, please check "other" and type "NA" in the entry field.)  








If other, please specify: 

6. * What specific topics does your product address? (Check all that apply. If this question is not applicable, please check "other" and type "NA" in the entry field.)  











































If other, please specify: 

7. * Does your product focus on specific population(s)? (If yes, check all that apply. If this question is not applicable, please check "other" and type "NA" in the entry field.)  












If other, please specify: 

8. * What methodological approaches were used in the development of your product, or are discussed in your product? (Check all that apply. If this question is not applicable, please check "other" and type "NA" in the entry field.)  












If other, please specify: 

9. * What resource type(s) best describe(s) your product? (Check all that apply. If this question is not applicable, please check "other" and type "NA" in the entry field.)  












If other, please specify: 

10. * What type of product are you submitting?  

If other, please specify:   

PART 2: NARRATIVE

  

Answer the questions below in sufficient detail for a reviewer to assess the quality of the product according to the review criteria. Please note that some questions ask you to distinguish between the “product” being submitted and the “project” that resulted in the product. The following examples are provided to clarify this distinction. 1) A community-based participatory research project results in the development of a policy brief. The policy brief is the “product” and the CBPR project is the “project” that resulted in the product”. 2) A service-learning course developed collaboratively between a faculty member and a community organization results in a guide to service learning pedagogy. The guide is the “product” and the service-learning course is the “project” that resulted in the product.”

 

This distinction is made in order to allow you to comment on the scholarly approach to and the rigor of the work that resulted in the product, as this might not be evident just from examining the product itself.

 

Please limit responses to #2-13 to the character limits noted:

  1. * Please provide a 1600 character abstract describing your product, its intended use and the audiences for which it would be appropriate. Please DO NOT include a link to the product or information about where it can be found online.  

  2. * What are the goals of the product? (2400 characters)  

  3. * Who are the intended audiences or expected users of the product? (800 characters) 

  4. Please provide any special instructions for successful use of the product, if necessary. If your product has been previously published, please provide the appropriate citation below. (800 characters)

  5. * Please describe how your product or the project that resulted in the product builds on a relevant field, discipline or prior work. Your answer should demonstrate for reviewers and users the scholarly approach to your work. If you cite literature you may provide a bibliography in the next question. However, please don’t simply refer the reviewer/user to the bibliography. When citing literature in the body of the text of this question, use numbers to conserve space. For example, say “CBPR is defined by Green and colleagues(1)….” Rather than “CBPR is defined by Green and colleagues (1995)” (2400 characters).

     
  6. Please provide a bibliography for work cited above or in other parts of this application. Provide full references, in the order sited in the text (i.e. according to number order). Click here to see examples that should be followed when formatting references.

  7. * Please describe the project or body of work that resulted in the product. Introduce all academic/institutional and community partners and their roles and describe the ways that both community and academic/institutional expertise contributed to the project. Pay particular attention to demonstrating the quality or rigor of the work by addressing the appropriate subcriteria below: (4000 characters)

     
    • For research-related work, describe (if relevant) study aims, design, sample, measurement instruments, and analysis and interpretation. Discuss how you verified the accuracy of your data.
    • For education-related work, describe (if relevant) any needs assessment conducted, learning objectives, educational strategies incorporated, and evaluation of learning.
    • For other types of work, discuss how the project was developed and reasons for the methodological choices made.
  8. * Please describe the process of developing the product, including the ways that community and academic/institutional expertise were integrated in the development of this product. (5600 characters)

     
  9. * Please discuss the significance and impact of your product. In your response, discuss ways your product has added to existing knowledge and benefited the community; ways others may have utilized your product; and any relevant evaluation data about impact, if available. If the impact of the product is not yet known, discuss its potential significance. (4000 characters)

     
  10. * Please describe why you chose the presentation format you did. (1600 characters)

     
  11. * Please reflect on the strengths and limitations of your product. In what ways did community and academic/institutional collaborators provide feedback and how was such feedback used? Include relevant evaluation data about strengths and limitations if available. (4000 characters)

     
  12. * Please describe ways that the project resulting in the product involved collaboration that embodied principles of mutual respect, shared work and shared credit. If different, describe ways that the product itself involved collaboration that embodied principles of mutual respect, shared work and shared credit. Have all collaborators on the product been notified of and approved submission of the product to CES4Health.info? If not, why not? Please indicate whether the project resulting in the product was approved by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) and/or community-based review mechanism; if applicable, and provide the name(s) of the IRB/mechanism. (4000 characters)

     
  13. If there are individuals to whom you would like CES4Health.info to send an announcement of your successful publication through CES4Health.info, please include name, title and email address. Individuals might include department chairs, promotion and tenure committee members, deans, organization executive directors, supervisors, etc.

     

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    Title:

    Last Name:

    Email Address:


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PART 3. Copyright and HIPAA Questions for Authors

The following questions relate to potential copyright and HIPAA concerns associated with your submission. Before your submission can be reviewed, you must assure that all permissions have been obtained, citations of work accurately provided, and identifiers removed. You must respond to all questions below. If you are unsure how to obtain the proper assurances, please contact editor@CES4Health.info for assistance.

1. * Has your product previously been published or copyrighted?  

2. * Does your submission contain any embedded photos, images, charts, graphs, cartoons, text, or published articles that you or your co-authors did not create (hereon referred to as “non-original content”)? This does not include external hyperlinks to such materials.  

3. * Does your submission contain any non-original content that you obtained from the web?  

4. * Does your product contain materials created and distributed by the US Government?  

5. * Does your product contain any identifiable "protected health information" such as photos, images, charts, graphs, lab values, radiographs, or medical records of real patients?

6. Please provide any comments, questions, or concerns you may have regarding copyrighted materials and/or protected health information included in your submission:

7. * Do you attest that all the information provided in this application to the best of your knowledge is true and accurate and you accept full responsibility that the content being provided for publication is free from infringement?