PHIRN: Population Health Improvement Research Network

MIP Toolkit

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The multiple intervention program toolkit is an interactive tool to help public health staff and managers strengthen the design and evaluation of multiple intervention programs and also to provide public and community health practitioners with resources to support co-ordinated and resource-effective comprehensive programming.

Who is the Tool Kit for?

Public and community health practitioners responsible for designing and evaluating multiple intervention programs.

This tool kit was developed for the Ontario public health system but its ideas, examples, and activities are relevant to anyone involved in designing, implementing or evaluating community health or health-promotion programs.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 October 2011 12:33 )