Mckenzie_Ch_03 - Chapter 3 Starting the Planning Process...

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Chapter 3 Starting the Planning Process
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Planning Ability to plan is the skill that sets health educators apart from others using health promotion Because of the variety of settings & resources the planning process doesn’t always begin the same way Sometimes there is obvious need Successful earlier but needs to be reworked Often need to sell idea for program
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Gaining Support of the Decision Makers High level Support Decision makers - those who provide & allocate the necessary resource support Resources - $ that can be turned into staff, supplies, etc. Support - e.g., policies, value, decision making Gaining support Top level idea - great Other than top level - must sell idea Creating a rationale (written proposal) to sell the program
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Sources of Data for Building a Rationale 1. Needs assessment data 2. Epidemiological data 3. Cost-effectiveness data; be careful 4. Values & benefits important to decision
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