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What Quantitative and Qualitative Methods Have Been Developed to Measure the Implementation of a Life-course Approach in Public Health Policies at the National Level?
Health Evidence Network Synthesis Report no. 63

Series:WHO Regional Office for Europe
ISBN 9789289053938
Code: #13400204

Publication year: 2019

Cdn: $41.50; US: $30.00
Paperback
Language: English
60 pages
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A life-course approach to health and well-being has become a pillar in health policy-making; for example, Member States of the WHO European Region in the 2015 Minsk Declaration resolved to make greater use of a life-course approach in health policies. However, strategies for implementation of a life-course approach, and a plan for monitoring and evaluating this implementation, are lacking. This scoping review identified a lack of literature with a focus on measurement of the implementation of a life-course approach. The report provides suggestions from research on a life-course approach in public health interventions and national-level strategies that could aid policy-makers in developing a measurement framework. For example, Member States using a life-course approach in policy at a population level could report on existing interventions in key stages of the life-course using existing survey platforms and routinely collected quantitative data. Ideally, a monitoring and evaluation framework collecting data longitudinally across different life stages over time should be created for Member States.
What Quantitative and Qualitative Methods Have Been Developed to Measure the Implementation of a Life-course Approach in Public Health Policies at the National...
Cdn: $41.50; US: $30.00
World Health Organization (WHO) BookID: 124585 Added: 2019.3.10