Thank you in advance for your feedback on the revised definition of public health innovation - this survey should take no more than 5 minutes of your time.  Our goal is to finalize a definition that is clear about what public health innovation is - and to ensure the language is definitional in nature. We will use your feedback to update and finalize the definition. As a reminder, the  draft definition is:

Definition: Public health innovation refers to the development and/or implementation of a novel process, policy, product, or program leading to improvements that impact health and equity.

Tenets of public health innovation include the following:
  • It is an iterative process – not an end point – that can be done incrementally or radically.
  • It requires both collaboration (with diverse and relevant team members and partners) and co-production (with the people with lived experience who will be affected by the results of the innovation)
  • It is an emerging practice that impacts the status quo and creates value in a way that lends itself to adaptation or replication by others.
Please submit your responses by 7/26/19.

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* 1. To what extent do you agree with the following statements:

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The definition is clear.
The tenets are clear. 
The definition and tenets convey what public health innovation means.

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* 2. Please list any changes you would recommend in the definition. This includes anything you would suggest adding, removing, or rewording. Please be clear in your suggestions.

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* 3. Please list any changes you would recommend for the tenets. This includes anything you would suggest adding, removing, or rewording. Please be clear in your suggestions. As a reminder, these should be definitional and essential to the understanding of what public health innovation is.

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* 4. Please indicate your organizational affiliation:

Thanks again for your feedback - we will post the final definition at www.phnci.org at the end of July.
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