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SymposiaSmallMultiple Interventions Programs Invitational Symposia Series: 3rdAnnual Symposium - August 28, 2009

The Multiple Intervention Programs Invitational Symposia Series was developed to address topical and challenging issues of relevance to invited researchers, decision makers, and program planners working in the field of public health and specifically focused on Multiple Intervention Programming (MIPs).

The objectives of the Symposia Series were to:

  • Develop strategies to integrate multiple intervention program research findings into programs and policies;
  • Identify new multiple intervention program research approaches sensitive to government needs and realities; and
  • Document insights gained for participants and the larger public health community.
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1 Acknowledgments 2098
2 Multiple Intervention Programs 1649
3 Introduction 3481
4 The Symposium Underway 2316
5 Exploring Vertical and Horizontal Integration for Multiple Intervention Programs: An Overview 8828
6 Cutting Edge Research and Cross-Cutting Themes in Vertical/Horizontal Integration 5291
7 Structural Issues in Vertical/Horizontal Integration for Multiple Intervention Programs 5889
8 From Rhetoric to Reality: Premises and Principles in Vertical/Horizontal Integration for Multiple Intervention Programs 3354
9 Process Issues in Vertical/Horizontal Integration for Multiple Intervention Programs 6369
10 Equity Issues in Vertical/Horizontal Integration for Multiple Intervention Programs 3834
11 Reflections, Implications, and Next Steps 2084
12 References 4438
13 Appendix 1 - Participants 3477
14 Appendix 2 - Background Reading 1714
15 Appendix 3 - Symposium Agenda and Changes 3535
16 Appendix 4 - Multiple Intervention Program Framework 2733