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An action-oriented policy tool that provides a framework for the evaluation of policy actions at each of the key stages of the policy cycle. It includes a set of principles, procedures and mechanisms that can be applied to 1) Public health policies that comprise of a complex mix of actions, 2) Specific health policy actions (e.g. nutrition programmes in schools),  3) Non-health policies that have a potential to impact on the social determinants of health inequalities (e.g. education, employment, and agriculture sectors). It presents a conceptual model to set the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and their related actions.

2017-08-18

Instructions for a practical exercise that stimulates reflection and discussion on the different concepts of health. Relates to Bjarne Bruun Jensens 4 components model "The concept of Health".

2017-08-18

The Model for Reflection can be used individually or in groups and consists of some guiding questions. It gives children and adults the possibility to, in a systematic way, to discover new perspectives of their actions in practice, it enables them to find other and maybe more efficient way to act, and it trains their ability to argue for actions and choices.

2017-08-18

This material about Digital Storytelling is a short guide for teachers who plan to let children create movies in a health context. The guide presents ethical considerations and technical guidlines to ensure that the process is as accessible as possible, both in terms of cost and ease of use.

2017-08-18

The COISE Model

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The COISE Model is a planning tool for children or adults with five elements: Context, Objectives, Initiatives, Signs and Evaluation. This document explains the model and presents a template for preparation of activity.

2017-08-18

This guide is written for teachers or health professionals and provides an overview of the methodology for Digital Storytelling and the ingredients required to create successful digital storytelling projects.

2017-08-18

This document describes the frame for a specific training programme for health ambassadors and introduces the overall idea and philosophy with the training in order to ensure acting on the basis of human engagement, open-minded understanding of health and an empowering attitude.

The empty template can be used for creating a specific training programme for health ambassadors: Planning of training themes and learning activities.

2017-08-18

This template is used for planning of health promoting activities according to different stages of implementation.

2017-08-18

This handbook can be used when you are training  volunteers in a health project.

2017-08-18

This template helps the local authorities to systematize  the  datacollection in a project on national level, local level and academic  level. The primary aim of the datacollection is to gather good and inspiring examples of ‘best practice’.

2017-08-18

This tool gives an overview of the competences that are recommended for a volunteer to act as a local health ambassador.

2017-08-18

Process Mapping Tool

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The process mapping tool helps a community to document and hold track of activities in a development and change process related to planning and implementation of activities.

2017-08-17

This is an example of training material for professional practitioners in the field of early childhood education. Topics: Conceptions of health, social inequality in health, the community as a health promoting factor, social heritage and social inequality, mechanisms of social inclusion and exclusion.

2017-08-17

This is an example of training material for professional practitioners in the field of early childhood education. Topics: Social inclusion, health, learning and development.

2017-08-17

This is an example of training material for professional practitioners in the field of early childhood education. Topics: Overweight, health, communication-strategic competences, a ressourcefocused approach to the child, evaluation as a basis for development.

2017-08-17

Investigation Tool

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Template to carry through the desk research and the interviews with Key Persons in local authorities. To be used as a first guideline when you start working with the municipality

2001-11-30

Traffic Light Matrix

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The Traffic Light Matrix is a tool that focuses on the links between a specific sector and it’s strategic importance for the region. This adapted version of the tool focuses specifically on the health sector and it’s level of investment, employment and other economical issues.

2017-08-17

This mapping tool pursues the objective to assess local/ regional health authority’s health competencies, such as analytic skills, planning, programming & evaluation, and skills in relation to the creation of local and/or regional partnerships. The document furthermore includes a report that covers the experience gathered through the development and pilot testing of the tool.

2017-08-17

This tool can be used to kick start a regional development process and can structure the dialogue and help participants to think out of the box for a moment. The document describes the methodology of Scenario Planning.

The example of good practice shows how a project used Scenario Planning as a methodology. It shows the comments that were made during the scenario planning interviews.

2001-11-30

This survey is meant for students. It can be used to measure the impact of a project on student's ability and willingness to take action on the issues which they consider important.

2017-08-17
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