IntroductionWelcome to the Spring issue for 2020 for the Online Journal of Interprofessional Health Promotion. You will find a very interesting line up of scholarly works in this issue. Be sure to read the article on the Lived Experiences of Pregnancy from an African American perspective. You will find some very enlightening information that can be extremely helpful in clinical practice. We have two case study reports in this issue, one dealing with parents of children with developmental diagnoses and the other a study of an interprofessional approach to teaching graduate students in homeless communities. We invite you to enjoy each of the scholarly articles appearing in this issue. Also, consider making your own contribution to this journal. We publish twice a year in March and October. The submission process is very easy to follow. Once your articles have been reviewed, you will have an opportunity to make any editorial changes before the final submission is completed.
Creating Evidence-Based Practitioners: Bridging the Gap between the Classroom and Clinic
Carolyn J. Murphy and Patti T. Calk
The Lived Experience of Pregnancy as a Black Woman in America: A Descriptive Phenomenological Case Study
Jodie C. Gary, Sharon L. Dormire, Jamil Norman, and Idethia S. Harvey DrPH
An interprofessional approach to a service-learning health project for area homeless: A case study
Caroline Carpenter, Samuel T. Shannon, Jana P. Sutton, Theresa D. Thomas, John R. Webb, Ashley Wiltcher, and Rhonda Hensley