September-October 1997
Volume 78, Number 5

Continuous improvement methodology can help community health projects succeed.

Tackling community health problems calls for new approaches to relationship building.

A pilot program in Ontario, Canada, reduced emergency room visits and hospital admissions among senior citizens.

In the wake of restructuring, six strategies will help build employee trust.

A cosponsorship in the spirit of New Covenant succeeds in Ohio.

An Indianapolis health system's program trains laypeople in mission and values.

Partnerships in St. Louis and Tucson, AZ, reach into their communities to improve access to needed services.