INTERFAITH HEALTH PROGRAM.
Interfaith Health Program Records, 1990-2019

Emory University

Historical Collections

Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library

1462 Clifton Road, NE

Atlanta, GA 30322

404-727-8727

Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/vm4f9


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Interfaith Health Program.
Title: Interfaith Health Program Records, 1990-2019
Call Number:Series No. 031
Extent: 11 linear ft. (11 boxes)
Abstract:Records of the Interfaith Health Program consisting of early program files from The Carter Center days (1993-1999), reports, research files, grant applications, photographs from the 2004 national meeting, including teaching files of Dr. Miriam Kiser.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Special Restrictions apply: Unprocessed collection. Collection is closed to research in accordance with Historical Collections Access Policy for unprocessed materials.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Source

Transfer from Dr. Miriam Kiser, 2021

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Interfaith Health Program records, Historical Collections, Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, Emory University.

Processing

Arranged and described at the collection level by A.D. Stevens, August 2021.


Collection Description

Biographical Note

Established in 1992, the Interfaith Health Program, formerly of The Carter Center and now the Rollins School of Public Health, works to foster partnerships between public health practitioners and faith communities through access to health programs and services, training, research, and network-building. Their work has mobilized resources for health communities in the United States and around the world.

The program came about as a result of the work of Dr. William H. Foege, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Fellow for Health Policy at The Carter Center in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Miriam Kiser started work with the IHP in 1993 as a program coordinator during its first seven years at The Carter Center. In 1999, IHP became a part of the Rollins School of Public Health. Kiser served as senior program director until her retirement in 2021.

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Interfaith Health Program consist of early program files from The Carter Center days, reports, research files, grant applications, photographs from 2004 national meeting, accepted grant applications, including teaching files of Dr. Miriam Kiser.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type.


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Container List

Box Folder Content
1 CDC Collaborative Work, Georgia State Collaborative Work, Early Carter Center [RESTRICTED]
2 Faith/Health Consortium (Templeton), Whole Communities Collab, Strong Partners, Interfaith Health Program Planning [RESTRICTED]
3 Global AIDS work (PEPFAR/CDC/UNAIDS), Global Religious Health Assets, ACHAP and ARHAP, WHO Faith-based AIDS work, Religious, Health and Development Course [RESTRICTED}
4 CDC/HHS/ASTHO Immunization work, Part I, 2005-2016 [RESTRICTED]
5 CDC/HHS/ASTHO Immunization work, Part II, 2005-2016, Faith and Health Leadership Institute [RESTRICTED]
6 CDC/HHS/ASTHO Immunization work, Part III, 2005-2016, Faith and Health Leadership Institute [RESTRICTED]
7 Contact Publications - WCC/Christian Medical Commission [RESTRICTED]
8 Contact Publications - WCC/Christian Medical Commission, Georgia Department of Health State Adolescent program [RESTRICTED]
9 Interfaith Health Program, National Meeting on February 10-12, 2004 [RESTRICTED]
10 Religion and Public Health Collab, 2007-2017, Early formation, Maps and Mazes conference, Better Words with ARHAP, Academic Program Development [RESTRICTED]
11 Religion and Health course syllabi and evals, 1995-2020, Health as Social Justice course syllabi and evals 2001-2019, CDC/HHS/ASTHO Immunization work, Part IV, Early IHP Carter Center videos 1990 and 1994 [RESTRICTED]
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