Social Ecology AssessmentChildhood ImmunizationIntervention
Table of Contents
Abstract
Introduction
Identification and Analysisof the Problem
Targeted Groups
Determinants that may becontributing to the healthstatus of the target groups
Linking the Determinants
Consider Health Disparities
Existing Theories
Sectors/Systems points ofview
A definition of our proposedintervention
Local priorities, needs,resources, and structures
System levels, partners,sectors, jurisdictions thatneed to be considered
Our workinghypotheses/researchquestion
Outcomes and effects thatwill be measured
Pathways of the Intervention
Biases, concerns, andlimitations to our proposedintervention
Evaluating the impact
In conclusion…
References
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  1. 1. Social Ecology AssessmentChildhood ImmunizationIntervention
  2. 2. Table of Contents
  3. 3. Abstract
  4. 4. Introduction
  5. 5. Identification and Analysisof the Problem
  6. 6. Targeted Groups
  7. 7. Determinants that may becontributing to the healthstatus of the target groups
  8. 8. Linking the Determinants
  9. 9. Consider Health Disparities
  10. 10. Existing Theories
  11. 11. Sectors/Systems points ofview
  12. 12. A definition of our proposedintervention
  13. 13. Local priorities, needs,resources, and structures
  14. 14. System levels, partners,sectors, jurisdictions thatneed to be considered
  15. 15. Our workinghypotheses/researchquestion
  16. 16. Outcomes and effects thatwill be measured
  17. 17. Pathways of the Intervention
  18. 18. Biases, concerns, andlimitations to our proposedintervention
  19. 19. Evaluating the impact
  20. 20. In conclusion…
  21. 21. References
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