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Generate a supposition or hypothesis about the best interventions for your situation

After gathering and considering various sources of evidence, brainstorm specific ideas on what levels of the socio-ecological system you should aim at, how the interventions might lead to change, at what rate and whether that change will be sustained. Depending on the source of the problem (determined by your socio-ecological assessment) and what the evidence you’ve examined suggests would be effective interventions for working on it, several socio-ecological levels could be targets for action, including:

  • intrapersonal
  • interpersonal
  • organizational
  • community
  • policy


Last Updated on Sunday, 31 May 2009 17:53