Building Local Knowledge for Developing Health Policy Through Key Informant Interviews
Key informant surveys offer Extension educators a way to build knowledge about their local health systems and provide a catalyst for developing health policies. Key informant surveys of 138 leaders in 14 rural counties revealed the top 10 health goals across these counties. These goals are a starting point for public dialogues to develop a local health agenda and engage Extension in strengthening local partnerships around health education, intervention, and policy development.
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Morton, L. W. (2002). Building Local Knowledge for Developing Health Policy Through Key Informant Interviews. The Journal of Extension, 40(1), Article 9. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss1/9