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The Future of the Public’s Health in the 21st Century
resource inventory step is related to the concepts of asset-based community development (identifying strengths on which to build) and ultimately addresses health problems and needs (Kretzmann and McKnight, 1993). CHIP also uses the performance measurements provided by Healthy People 2000 (USPHS, 1991) and Healthy Communities 2000 Model Standards (IOM, 1997; APHA, 1999). CHIP’s process of developing indicators has been further elaborated in CDC’s Principles of Community Engagement and incorporated in a wide range of community and regional health report cards (CDC, 1997).
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