Danielle M. Varda

University of Colorado, Denver
School of Public Affairs

1380 Lawrence Street
Suite 500
Denver, CO
80217
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Danielle Varda is an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado School of Public Affairs. Her research focus is on collaborative management and interorganizational networks. Her specific topic area is in public health systems and services research and nonprofit management.

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Melinda Moore, Edward Chan, Nicole Lurie, Agnes Gereben Schaefer, Danielle M. Varda and John A Zambrano. (2008) “Strategies to improve global influenza surveillance: A decision tool for policymakers.” BMC Public Health. 8:186.
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Paarlberg, Laurie and Danielle M. Varda. (2009) “Community Carrying Capacity: A Network Perspective.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 38: 597-613.
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Varda, Danielle M. and Jo Arney (2009). “Management of Interorganizational Intersectoral (ISIO) Cause-Based Networks: The Case of Firm Participation in Voluntary Environmental Sustainability Programs.” Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, v15(2).
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Mendel, Peter, Cheryl L. Damberg, Melony E.S. Sorbero, Danielle M. Varda, and Donna O. Farley. (2009) “The Growth of Partnerships to Support Patient Safety Practice Adoption.” Health Services Research, Special Issue, 42 (2): 717-738.
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Varda, Danielle M. (2011). “Data-Driven Management Strategies in Public Health Collaboratives”, Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 17(2), 122-132. http://www.rwjf.org/coverage/product.jsp?id=72816
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Varda, Danielle M. (2011). “A Network Perspective on State–Society Synergy to Increase Community-Level Social Capital”, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 40(5): 896-923. http://nvs.sagepub.com/content/early/2010/08/05/0899764010378171.abstract
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Varda, Danielle M., Jo Ann Shoup, and Sara E Miller. (2012). “A systematic review of collaboration and network research in the public affairs literature: implications for public health practice and research.”, American Journal of Public Health, 102(3):564-7. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22021311
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Varda, D.M., J.H. Retrum, and K.Kuenzi. (2012). "The Influence of Teaching Methodology on Student Social Interaction", Journal of Public Affairs Education 18(4), 633-660.
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Varda, D.M., J.H. Retrum, and K.Kuenzi. (2012). "The Influence of Teaching Methodology on Student Social Interaction", Journal of Public Affairs Education 18(4), 633-660.
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Varda, Danielle M. and Talmi, Ayelet (2013) "A Patient-Centered Approach for Evaluating Public Health Roles within Systems of Care for Children with Special Healthcare Needs," Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research: Vol. 2: No. 1, Article 7. Available at: http://uknowledge.uky.edu/frontiersinphssr/vol2/iss1/7b
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Retrum, J., Chapman C. and Varda, D. (2013) “Implications of Network Structure on Public Health Collaborative” Journal of Health Education and Behavior. 40(IS): 13S-23S.
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Varda, Danielle M., Anita Chandra, Stefanie Stern, and Nicole Lurie. 2008. "Core Dimensions of Connectivity in Public Health Collaboratives." Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 14 (5): E1-E7.
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De Leon, Peter, and Danielle M. Varda. 2009. "Toward a Theory of Collaborative Policy Networks: Identifying Structural Tendencies." Policy Studies Journal 37 (1): 59-74.
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Varda, Danielle M., Rich Forgette, David Banks, and Noshir Contractor. 2009. "Social Network Methodology in the Study of Disasters: Issues and Insights Prompted by Post-Katrina." Research Population Research & Policy Review 28 (1): 11-29.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY
Health Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

NETWORKS PUBLIC HEALTH SOCIAL NETWORKS COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE PARTNERSHIPS