Despite the resurgence of interest in policy implementation, communities, community-based coalitions, and other community- based groups have had mixed success in effecting state and local health policy changes. However, policy changes have been deemed more effective than individual behavior change programs. The creation of a policy advocacy framework may simplify the policy analysis process and arm community groups with practical tools to select, modify, and promote effective public health policies. This paper applies a hypothetical framework for equipping community groups to apply an evidence base to focus policy advocacy efforts systematically.
Mayer, Alyssa B.
"Pedestrian Safety in Hillsborough County, Florida: A Proposed Policy Approach,"
Florida Public Health Review: Vol. 8
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unf.edu/fphr/vol8/iss1/12