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Nonprofits can use the tool to benchmark their advocacy skills, identify specific gaps and opportunities in their advocacy strategies, determine how they want to strengthen their advocacy, and efficiently focus resources to get the best results. The tool can also be used as part of an evaluation process. From Bolder Advocacy.
Policy analysis is not an easy task. Its scope is broad and can include both the analysis of policy process and the analysis of policy content. This paper is concerned with the analysis of policy content and offers some practical guidance regarding how to analyse health policy and link it to health outcomes. An eight-step framework for policy analysis is proposed that public health policy makers and public health practitioners may find especially useful due to its simplicity. From Public Health, Vol. 119, Issue 3, March 2005, Pages 192-196.
From WHO, this reader will encourage and deepen health policy analysis work in low- and middle-income countries. It illuminates the range of health policy analysis studies that have been conducted in LMICs, highlights relevant theory, and points to new directions for such work. It also includes methodological and analytical pointers, and considers how to use health policy analysis prospectively to support health policy change.
From The Center for Health Economics and Policy. In order to move from traditional research to policy-relevant analysis, the researcher must customize the research
techniques that are used, and to consider the point in the policy process that he/she is hoping to influence and use the appropriate analysis methods. This tool will guide you through this process.
From Population Reference Bureau, this training toolkit includes all the materials PRB uses to train family planning, reproductive health, and population researchers, experts, and advocates to:
- Understand the process by which research informs the policy environment.
- Identify key policy audiences.
- Identify and communicate the policy implications of research.
- Communicate messages through a variety of platforms, including policy briefs, oral presentations, data visualizations, social media,
CDC’s Policy Process provides a systematic way to develop policies that can help you address public health problems in your community. Domains include: Problem Identification, Policy Analysis, Strategy and Policy Development, Policy Enactment, Policy Implementation.
Support the crafting, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive prevention initiatives and effective coalitions. The tools include information on developing effective coalitions, developing prevention plans, and more.
This report describes RAND's Health Care Payment and Delivery Simulation Model (PADSIM), developed to more effectively analyze the impacts of current and future reforms to provider payment policy. These reforms include changes in how much providers are paid for their services and changes in the degree to which payments are determined by the volume of services. PADSIM offers a systematic framework for quantifying such reforms and providers' responses to them. This report discusses the motivation for building the model, describes its conceptual underpinnings, and provides an overview of how to operate the model.
Through this toolkit, community members will have the information and resources they need to help engage fellow citizens and local media as they spread the word about health disparities and educate others about the impact disparities have in the lives of individuals and the greater impact on society.