Week 1 class lecture notes
Week 1 class lecture notes HTW 403
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HTW 403 83115 What are Health Policies Assumptions way things should be what works about people whats good for the community Types of Health Policies official government policies unofficial government policies made by bureaucracies made by foundations and private funders businesses NGO s and nonprofits media community as a whole Why Change Health Policies Change community decisions Start a community conversation Change the community Impacts on next generation Social Change Who Tries to Change Policies Coalitions Organizations that work the issue Citizenled community groups Professional groups Concerned individuals 9215 Community Health Policies amp CBPR Principles Recognizes community as a unit of identity Builds on strengths and resources within the community Equitable partnership in all research and involves an empowering and powersharing process Promotes coIearning and capacity building among all partners Balance between research and action for mutual benefit of all partners Emphasizes public health problems of local relevance uses an ecological perspective 7 layer circle with you in the middle attend to multiple determinants of health Involves systems development through cyclical and interactive process Disseminate findings and knowledge gained to all partners Socioecological Model lss PUBLIC POLICY W m but N COMMUNITY WMW ORGANIZATIONAL INTERPERSONAL Wmmm INDIVIDUAL I mw I dqc altitudes sh le AL ues with CBPR Principles No one set CBPR principles applicable to all partnership Each partnership must define community Decide what it means to have a collaborative equitable partnership Establish procedures for dissemination Recognize and values priorities identified by the community Work with the cultural diversity of the partners involved Develop procedures to ensure principles are followed Partnership size must be decided by and appropriate for the community CBPR Principles alone do not dictate research design and methodology Continually evaluate how well CBPR principles are followed