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Task 12


Module 4 — Task 12: Develop an Action Plan

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

  • A community-specific environmental health action plan.

The outcome of the ranking and prioritizing processes will guide the development of strategies to address the community’s most pressing environmental health concerns. For issues considered high priority, strategies should be developed to address the problem or ensure ongoing maintenance of the asset. The collection of strategies for all priority issues constitutes a community action plan for environmental health.  

Moving to action planning requires another round of information gathering. More detailed information about the issue, available resources and related current activities, and the effectiveness of various potential interventions is needed. For each issue, the assessment team should engage in a strategic planning process, which could include the following steps.

Listen as Jonathan Schwartz discusses a breadth of issues addressed by PACE EH.

Click the following links to skip to each section:

 
» Develop a Goal and Objective(s)
» Identify Contributing Factors
» Identify Possible Interventions
» Identify Community Assets
» Identify Potential Barriers
» Identify Potential Partners
» Determine Measures of Success
» Action Planning
Develop a Goal and Objective(s)

 

Identify Contributing Factors

 

Identify Possible Interventions

 

Identify Community Assets

 

Identify Potential Barriers

 

Identify Potential Partners

 

Determine Measures of Success

 

Action Planning

 


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