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Task 7


Module 3 — Task 7: Develop Locally Appropriate Indicators

At the completion of this task, the assessment team should have:

  • An agreed-upon list of indicator selection criteria.
  • A set of key environmental health indicators.

The mapping process in Task 6 analyzed and described the qualitative relationship among components of an environmental health issue. Task 7 translates that information into quantitative measures through the development of indicators.

Listen as Jonathan Schwartz discusses the process of developing indicators.

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» What Are Indicators
» Develop a List of Potential Indicators
» Identify Key Indicators Based on Selected Criteria
» Indicator Development
What Are Indicators

 

Develop a List of Potential Indicators

 

Identify Key Indicators Based on Selected Criteria

 

Indicator Development

 


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Conference: November 3-5, 2014