Assisting States in Considering Evidence-Based and Promising Policies to Advance Health, Well-being, and Opportunity


Journal of Public Health Management & Practice
by Adam Lustig, MS and Marilyn Cabrera, MPH
July /August 2019

Public health professional across the country face numerous challenges on a day-to-day basis. To identify and implement evidence-based programs, they often have to capture the attention of their busy elected or appointed supervisors and convince them of the value of their work during their term, the public health professional may be in a bind. Research has shown that investments in public health spending can be attributed to drops in mortality rates; however, these results often take years or even decades to materialize.

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