Add to item 4: "...intervention reach among at-risk populations" and as compared to the general population..
Add to item 1: What measures are best to measure outputs, outcomes, and public health impact?
Add to item 1: How do these factors vary across states?
7. It isn't clear how characteristics of a community can motivate public health departments. Can this be question be stated more clearly? For example, "What types of community disparities require a social determinants approach by public health departments?"
What metrics should be used to measure health outcomes?
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How can competencies be structured in a way that is useful for both educating and assessing the public health workforce?
How should competencies be addressed for the public health workforce as a whole with the competencies and legality of specific health professions?
How should both individual and organizational competencies among the public health workforce be studied?
How should educational experiences be created that will be appreciated across generations?
How should evaluative research on methods that have worked in other professions (e.g., for profit, other professional disciplines) be conducted to determine whether such methods are applicable to public health?
How should curricula for various degrees and joint programs be created such that there are differential benefits and value added?