Across the Board: How multilevel interventions can improve the health of our communities

As the social ecological framework shows there are several levels — including intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational, community, and policy— and that determinants within these levels interact with one another to influence behavior and health outcomes. Studies have shown multilevel interventions which address determinants at a number of levels and mutually reinforce one another produce longer and more sustained effects than interventions that target only one level. Join us March 19th as we explore multilevel interventions, how to design them, and how to implement them in communities.

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Category: Domestic, International, Interventions, Technical assistance/Capacity-building
Published: March, 2013