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Introduction to the Systems Change Process

7/30/2015
When: July 30, 2015
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Where: The Atlanta Community Food Bank
732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd.
Atlanta, Georgia  30318
United States
Contact: Krystal Perelion
404-613-1665


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Registration and check-in will begin at 8:30 AM.

Visit Systems Change for Health™ Introduction to the Systems Change Process for a description of this course.


Session Agenda

Time

Activity

8:30

Registration and Networking

9:00

Opening

· Welcome and introductory activities

· Review agenda and materials

Background and Context

· Changing policies, environments and systems

· Competency curricula

9:30

Assessing and Framing the Problem

Health and social problems need defining and framing to encourage policy solutions. Root causes, evidence and framing in terms of stakeholder values are part of a successful definition.

10:10

BREAK (15 minutes)

10:25

Analyzing Potential Solutions

· How to choose among potential solutions to a problem?

· Stakeholder power analysis highlights acceptability and feasibility of solutions.

· Policy analysis techniques compare estimated impact across itemized criteria which can help to identify the solution(s) to pursue.

11:00

Influencing the Systems Change Process

· Advocacy techniques are key to influencing the policy process.

· Successful planning uses both policy and media advocacy strategies/tactics.

11:50

LUNCH (60 minutes)

12:50

Communications

· Brief orientation to message framing and media.

1:20

BREAK (15 minutes)

1:35

Implementing Enacted Policies

Once a policy is enacted, a government bureaucracy implements it (e.g., programs, regulations, rules, and budgets).

2:15

Evaluating Systems Change Interventions

· Policy evaluation requires assessment of all campaign stages to provide rapid feedback.

· Capacity, process and outcome measures are needed.

2:45

Closing

· Additional concepts and tools in Skill-Building workshop series.

· Review and feedback.

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