Environmental indicators: a tool for evaluating community-based health-promotion programs.

@article{Cheadle1992EnvironmentalIA,
  title={Environmental indicators: a tool for evaluating community-based health-promotion programs.},
  author={Allen D. Cheadle and E D Wagner and Thomas D. Koepsell and Alan Kristal and Donald L Patrick},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={1992},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={345-50}
}
We propose using a class of community-level measures--environmental indicators--as part of the evaluation of community-based health-promotion programs. Community-level measures of health-related behavior can be divided into three conceptual categories. The first two categories comprise statistical aggregates (e.g., means, sums, percentages) of measurements made on individuals, distinguished by whether individual-level covariates are also available. Individual-disaggregated measures include… CONTINUE READING

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