A number of planning and programming tools have been developed for use when working with communities.

 PLEASE NUMBER EACH QUESTIONS

1) Several analytic tools and planning approaches (i.e., public health surveillance, economic evaluation, health impact assessment, systematic reviews, and evidence-based guidelines) can be used by public health practitioners to enhance public health evidence-based practices. Select two analytic tools and planning approaches of choice, and compare their strengths and limitations.

Your response must be at least 225 words in length.

2) A number of planning and programming tools have been developed for use when working with communities. These include state-developed models, local community and consulting approaches, and national approaches. Select one commonly used community assessment tool or instrument, and analyze how it is used by a public health agency of your choice to conduct a community health assessment. Highlight the strengths and limitations of the tool or instrument.

Your response must be at least 225 words in length.

                                                                         Textbook:

Erwin, P. C., & Brownson, R. C. (2017). Scutchfield and Keck’s principles of public  health practice (4th ed.) [VitalSource Bookshelf version]. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781305855717