Student: Stanley


1) Several analytic tools and planning approaches (i.e., public health surveillance, economic evaluation, health impact assessment, systematic reviews, and evidence-based guidelines) can be used by public health practitioners to enhance public health evidence-based practices. Select two analytic tools and planning approaches of choice, and compare their strengths and limitations.

Your response must be at least 225 words in length.

2) A number of planning and programming tools have been developed for use when working with communities. These include state-developed models, local community and consulting approaches, and national approaches. Select one commonly used community assessment tool or instrument, and analyze how it is used by a public health agency of your choice to conduct a community health assessment. Highlight the strengths and limitations of the tool or instrument.

 Your response must be at least 225 words in length.


Erwin, P. C., & Brownson, R. C. (2017). Scutchfield and Keck's principles of public  health practice (4th ed.) [VitalSource Bookshelf version]. Retrieved from

Budget: $15.00

Due on: June 10, 2020 00:00

Posted: 11 months ago.

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