Public Health Standard
The Public Health Standard spans all forms of public health programming, including social determinants of health, patient advocacy, domestic violence, mental health, reproductive health, substance abuse and prevention and obesity. It covers a broad range of outcomes related to population health interventions, including promoting healthy behaviors, disease prevention and management and community health. It is organized by outcomes or desired social changes. This Genome also connects social determinants of health such as employment, education, hunger and housing to health outcomes.
Universal program goals (what the program is trying to achieve)
Universal program design elements or mechanisms (what the program does)
Universal demographic types or program beneficiaries (who the program serves)
Universal environmental conditions or variables (where the program operates)
Universal measurement of dosage and fidelity to the intervention model (how the program operates)