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12/3/2013 to 12/6/2013
When: December 3-6, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: Atlanta Marriott Century Center
2000 Century Boulevard NE
Atlanta, Georgia  30345
United States
Contact: Nick Farrell
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Assessing and Framing the Policy Problem

Centers for Disease Control, ONDIEH/NCCDPHP

Atlanta, GA: December 3-4, 2013

Provided by: Directors of Health Promotion and Education

Agenda
 

Day 1

Time

Activity

8:30

Opening

• Introductory activities

Background

• Changing policies, environments and systems

• Competency curricula

9:20

What is a "Problem”?

• Social construction of problems

9:35

Case Example

• Orientation to case example

10:00

(15 min)

BREAK

10:15

Learning about the Problem (Part 1)

• Evidence and data

10:35

Learning about the Problem (Part 2)

• Identifying stakeholders and their values

11:30

(75 min)

LUNCH

12:45

Learning about the Problem (Part 3)

• Social determinants of health

2:00

(15 min)

BREAK

2:15

Put it Together

• Systems thinking

2:45

Define the Problem (Part 1)

• Setting a boundary

3:45

Closing

• Review

• Feedback

4:00

End Day 1

 
 

Day 2

Time

Activity

8:30

Opening

• Review from Day 1

• Review agenda and materials for Day 2

9:30

Define the Problem (Part 2)

• Solutions (built environments)

10:00

(15 min)

BREAK

10:15

Define the Problem (Part 2 – continued)

• Solutions (policies)

11:00

Define the Problem (Part 3)

• Impact and feasibility

11:30

(75 min)

LUNCH

12:45

State "What's Wrong” (Part 4)

• Developing a 1-sentence description

1:05

Define the Problem (Part 4)

• Building the 3-part problem definition

2:05

(15 min)

BREAK

2:20

Communicating the Problem (Part 1)

• Framing 101

3:05

Communicating the Problem (Part 2)

• Framing the problem

3:45

Closing

• Review

• Feedback

4:00

End Day 2

 

Using Policy Analysis Tools

Centers for Disease Control, ONDIEH/NCCDPHP

Atlanta, GA: December 5-6, 2013

Provided by: Directors of Health Promotion and Education

Day 1

Time

Activity

8:30

Opening

• Welcome and introductory activities

• Review agenda and materials

Background and context

• Changing policies, environments and systems

• Competency curricula

8:50

What is policy analysis?

• Public health is political

• Political context for solutions to problems

• Definition, models, and tools

9:50

BREAK (15 min)

10:00

Values

• Conflicting values in America

• Four key values

• Articulating your values

10:45

Policy process

• Introduction to policy process and policy agendas

• Timing and windows of opportunity

12:00

LUNCH (75 min)

1:15

Policy process

• Application to current issues on the job

1:45

Stakeholders

• Role-play using case information

• Using a stakeholder log to record issue-position and power

2:30

BREAK (15 min)

2:45

Possible solutions

• Generate list of solutions and select for analysis

3:00

Closing

• Review

• Feedback

3:15

END

 

Day 2

Time

Activity

8:30

Opening

• Review from Day 1

• Review agenda and materials for Day 2

9:15

Policy Analysis (Part 1. Stakeholder Power Analysis)

• Introduction to using Stakeholder Analysis Matrix

10:05

BREAK (15 min)

10:20

Policy Analysis (Part 2. Impact Analysis)

• Introduction to decision criteria

· Orientation to impact analysis matrix, goal weights, and impact categories

·

11:10

Policy Analysis (Part 2. Impact Analysis) - continued

• Recording impact data

12:10

LUNCH (75 min)

1:25

Overview of Economic Methods

1:45

Making the decision

• Summarizing results and making decisions

• Interpreting the results

2:30

Policy brief

• Outlining a policy brief

• Critically review sample policy briefs

2:45

Closing

• Review

• Feedback

3:00

END

 

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