What is the public health problem you’re trying to solve? For example: “A large percentage of people in my community struggle with reducing their tobacco use, and this has a major impact on public health outcomes — such as higher rates of cancer, stroke, heart disease, and COPD.”
EBRs in Action: Public Health Program Planning
“I want to help my community implement a tobacco cessation program that’s proven to work.”
Implementing health interventions is a crucial step toward improving community health outcomes at the local, tribal, territorial, state, or national level. This example describes how a public health professional could use Evidence-Based Resources (EBRs) to implement a tobacco cessation program.