Case Study 2


Jill D. Morrow-Gorton

State governments face many issues related to assessing the safety and efficacy of the programs that they provide and fund. Also, different constituent groups outside of government monitor events occurring in these programs and advocate for change where they see problems. These groups communicate their concerns to their government in many ways including formal letters as well as verbal contact. The state government must evaluate these claims in regard to their accuracy and develop a plan to approach addressing the findings. This case study provides the opportunity to apply principles of public health to this scenario.

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