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The September issue of Delaware Journal of Public Health focused on the intersection of Public Libraries and Public Health, with guest editor Annie Norman, Ed.D., Delaware's State Librarian.
The recent brief, Mapping Delawarean's Basic Needs: Asset Mapping Shows Need and Opportunity for Streamlined Service Provision," written by Institute for Public Administration (IPA) Associate Policy Scientist Leann Moore, recent graduate Dabney Brice (MPA '20), and Policy Scientist Kelly Sherretz, was published in the September 2020 issue of the Delaware Journal of Public Health.
Prepared for the Delaware Division of Libraries (DDL), the brief begins by describing the current process for accessing social services in Delaware and the barriers for accessing services. The brief then makes recommendations to streamline service provision.
The work was completed through the lens of Delaware librarians, who serve as liaisons between the general public and the social services they seek. The authors partnered with Lisa Weis, enterprise excellence leader at the Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and theDDL to map the needs of those experiencing a crisis, current providers, and services in place to address the crises.
IPA's team then compiled a list of the most prominent and robust databases for service provision in Delaware and DDL staff transformed the list into a LiBGuide for Delaware Service Providers.
The Delaware Journal of Public Health, a publication from the Delaware Academy of Medicine and the Delaware Public Health Association.
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