Intervention Strategies in Public Health (SI 18)
June 11-13, 2018
Intervention planning is a multifaceted and complex skill, which requires careful preparation, logical thinking, and creativity, while at the same time being based in theory and evidence. Following an intervention planning framework allows for a well-designed intervention that is theory-driven, evidence-based, feasible, and evaluable. Successful planning requires collaborative thinking; careful research on the target population; learning from interventions that have failed or succeeded in the past; brainstorming; and feedback gathered from key stakeholders on the problem being addressed.
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