Associate Professor - Community Health, Correctional Nursing, Community Collaborative, Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences
2013-2014 & 2014-2015 Ethics Projects
Dr. Joyce focused on the ethics of community health programs through engaging community and business partnerships for student learning. A Colorado Community Center Collaborative (CCCC) was formed with the vision to promote health equity by supporting positive youth development in community centers. At a presentation in a UCCS Faculty Ethics Roundtable, the Colorado Springs Park and Recreation Department presented how they incorporated the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles in working with other organizations in the collaborative.
Nursing students in Community Health Nursing (N4400) participated with the CCCC partners to initiate a healthy community program/service-learning project to further community work for healthy community programming. In the 2014-2015 academic year, 104 UCCS students and 12 community high school students participated in learning experiences on personal accountability for healthy living.
Related Work in:
February 2015 DFEI Faculty Roundtable Presentation:
Strengthening Community Through Partnerships
April 2014 DFEI Faculty Roundtable Presentation:
Practicing Social Justice in a Market Justice World
Link to Workshop Presentation