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Editorial

Welcome to Volume 1, Issue 3!

In this issue, you will find several articles that feature aspects of community practice from across the globe, including:

  • Collaboration between community members and community researchers,
  • Interviews of a community activist, and community psychologists,
  • An intriguing study of cultural forces related to HIV prevention in Kenya,
  • A practical approach to collaboration between university researchers and community members,
  • Empowerment approaches to substance abuse prevention with communities, and
  • An innovative approach to improving oral health among rural Hawai'ians.

In addition, please note our call for papers and special issues, in a separate editorial within Issue 2 (see archive link in the left column). We look forward to the nomination of special issues by persons interested in theme issues, topic areas of emerging or special interest, and important topics relevant to community psychology practice.

Thank you for interest in the journal and what we are doing. We hope you are inspired to send a manuscript or a video of your work. We also welcome your ideas on how the journal can be more useful. Don’t forget to sign up for an ongoing subscription (http://www.gjcpp.org/subscribe.php).

Yours in community practice,
The GJCPP Management Team and Editorial Board

GJCPP Management Team

* Vincent Francisco, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Editor)
* Tom Wolff, Tom Wolff and Associates (Senior Associate Editor)
* Victoria Chien, University of South Carolina (Managing Editor)
* Dyana Valentine, DyanaValentine.com (Associate Editor)
* Liesette Brunson, Université du Québec à Montréal (Associate Editor)
* David Julian, Ohio State University (Associate Editor)
* Maria Vargas Moniz, Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada (Associate Editor)

Editorial Advisory Board

* Wolfgang Stark, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)
* José H. Ornelas, Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada (Lisboa Portugal)
* Neville Robertson, Waikato University (New Zealand)
* Brian Bishop, Curtin University (Australia)
* Toshi Sasao, International Christian University in Tokyo
* Donata Francescato; University of Rome
* Cheryl Ramos, University of Hawai’i at Hilo
* Bill Neigher, Atlantic Health
* Greg Meissen, Wichita State University
* Thomas Saïas, L'Association Française de Psychologie Communautaire
* Eduardo Almeida, La Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla


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