Cover: Public Involvement in Community Health Improvement

Public Involvement in Community Health Improvement

Published in: NCI Cross-Disciplinary Public Involvement Report (Portland, Oregon: National Charrette Institute, 2004), p. 33-37

Posted on 2004

by Michael A. Stoto

The author discusses the health assessment activities that are part of a Community Health Improvement Processs (CHIP) problem identification and prioritization cycle. This profile provides background information that could help a community identify issues that need more focused attention and put other health data into context.

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