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The National Public Health Performance Standards Program user guide fall 2007
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    fall 2007
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The National Public Health Performance Standards Program user guide fall 2007
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    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; American Public Health Association ; Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (U.S.) ; ... More ▼
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    Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Concepts applied in the NPHPSP -- How do we prepare for the NPHPSP assessment? -- How do we conduct the NPHPSP assessment? -- How do we conduct the NPHPSP assessment? -- After we complete the assessment, what next? -- Summary -- Resources -- Appendix A. Public Health in America statement -- Appendix B. Example from local supplemental optional questionnaire--priority of model standards -- Appendix C. Example from state supplemental questionnaire--agency contribution -- Appendix D. Respondents -- Appendix E. Discussion questions to put data into context -- Appendix F. Identifying priorities: basic worksheet. example action plan -- Appendix G. Priority setting matrix with example criteria -- Appendix H. Root Cause analysis: Fishbone technique example

    This guide is intended to provide National Public Health Performance Standards Program (NPHPSP) users with practical guidance, helpful tips, and sample tools for implementing the performance standards assessments in state and local public health systems, or among public health agency governing bodies. The NPHPSP is intended to improve the quality of public health practice and the performance of public health systems by: Providing performance standards for public health systems and encouraging their widespread use; Engaging and leveraging national, state, and local partnerships to build a stronger foundation for public health preparedness; Promoting continuous quality improvement of public health systems; and Strengthening the science base for public health practice improvement.

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