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Transcript of Social-Ecological Approach
Urban vs. Rural
Accessibility to Facilities
Economic Policies/ System
Physical Environment - Natural and Built
Health Care System
Basic Model For Public Health INterventions
Define the public health problem
Identify associated risk factors
Develop and evaluate intervention strategies
Develop and evaluate dissemination strategies
A Summary of The Social-Ecological Approach
" The complex interplay between individual, relationship, community and societal factors."
-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014)
Educational Programs, Support Groups, Counseling, Mass Media
Community Education, Support Groups, Peer Programs, Workplace Incentives, Social Marketing Campaigns
Urie Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory (1979)
Kenneth McLeroy's Ecological Model of Health Behaviors (1988)
Daniel Stokols's Social Ecological Model of Health Promotion (1992, 2003)
History of The Social- Ecological Approach
Mariah Shilts, Eleni Seitz, Kiersten Tosch
Pros & Cons of The Social-ECOLOGICAL APPROACH
integrate behavioral & environmental change
attention given to the interplay between personal and situational factors
PROs & Cons (Cont.)
can be expensive and complex to implement in community programs
needs close coordination between people and groups