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Ross F. Conner, Douglas V. Easterling, Sora Park Tanjasiri & James V. Adams-Berger

In: Promoting Health at the Community Level

Chapter 3: The Community Indicators Project: Tracking Health and Quality of Life

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The Community Indicators Project: Tracking Health and Quality of Life
The community indicators project: Tracking health and quality of life
Ross F.ConnerDouglas V.EasterlingSora ParkTanjasiriJames V.Adams-Berger

Chapter 2 presented an overview of the Colorado Healthy Communities Initiative (CHCI) and provided a detailed description of the community-based planning process that served as the point of departure for local stakeholder groups. This chapter focuses on the Community Indicators Project (CIP), which supported roughly half of the CHCI groups in developing a set of indicators that could be used to monitor their communities' health and quality of life.

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The Power of Indicators

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