ATSDR’s community engagement playbook 2021
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ATSDR’s community engagement playbook 2021

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    The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) is committed to working with and involving communities and tribes to protect human health before, during, and after sitebased environmental public health work.

    In general, the goals of community engagement are to build trust, engage new resources and allies, create better communication, understand community health concerns, and improve health outcomes. Community engagement helps to improve environmental public health work when community input and insights are considered in the investigation design, data collection and analysis, health interventions, and information sharing activities.

    This Community Engagement Playbook (“the Playbook”) was created to guide you, public health professionals, and state, territorial, local, and tribal partners through the phases and activities of community engagement.

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    Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Glossary of Terms -- Phases of Community Engagement -- Community Engagement Activities -- Final Thoughts -- Resource Index -- References.
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