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Sept 14 notes

by: Alyson Forman

Sept 14 notes HTW 402

Alyson Forman
Implem & Eval of Health Programs
L. Narine

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Implem & Eval of Health Programs
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alyson Forman on Monday September 14, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HTW 402 at Syracuse University taught by L. Narine in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Implem & Eval of Health Programs in Public Health at Syracuse University.

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support in eliminating or decreasing these health problems assets Find out as much as you can about why the target population engages in health risk behaviors Find out as much about nonbehavioral factors contributing to the health problems and why they exist Identify people and institutions associated with the target population that act as gatekeepers or agents of change Be thorough in investigating other programs amp interventions and parts of programs amp interventions that are attempting to address similar priorities amp find out whether they re working Coalitions amp Partnerships Coalition groups come together to work toward common goals and objectives Advisory board Broad array of target group population amp institutions and organizations Eight steps to process of building effective coalition Common Barriers turf issues previous history of poor working relationships professional domination lack of funding or lack of flexibility in funding hidden agendas complicated decision making 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