Systems Change for Health draws from a range of disciplines, including public health, public policy, public administration, political science, urban planning and sociology. Key sources of evidence are provided here.
1. Assessing and Framing the Problem
2. Analyzing Potential Solutions
3. Influencing the Systems Change Process
4. Implementing Enacted Policies
5. Evaluating Systems Change Interventions
The Systems Change for Health (previously known as Shaping Policy for Health™) Competency-Based Training was developed under Cooperative Agreement #5U58DP325029 between the Directors of Health Promotion and Education and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, and in partnership with the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. DHPE gratefully acknowledges and thanks James Emery, MPH, and Carolyn Crump, PhD, for their work, time and expertise in providing the supporting evidence for each training module.