Tuesday Apr 27, 10:00 AM

108 Justice Partnerships With Academia: Building Upon the Evidence

Academic-service partnerships are defined as strategic relationships between educational and practice settings that are established to advance their mutual interests related to practice, education, and research. This panel of prison, jail, community supervision, and academic professionals currently in partnerships will respond to findings of an integrative review of literature on academic service partnerships and translate those findings into recommendations for successful implementation in justice systems.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review current evidence on academic-service partnerships
  • List two steps to make an academic-clinical practice partnership work
  • Translate recommendations to one’s own setting

Level: Intermediate

  • Annette Maruca, PhD, CCHP

    Associate Clinical Professor

    University of Connecticut

  • Deborah Shelton, PhD, RN-C, CCHP


    Shelton Consulting Services, LLC

  • Jennifer Clifton, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP, CCHP-A

    Associate Professor

    University of Utah

  • Susan J. Loeb, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN

    Professor of Nursing

    Pennsylvania State University

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