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1. Please write-in your name, email address, and daytime phone number in case we need to ask you for clarifications
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First and Last Name:
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Email:
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100.0%20
Phone number with area code:
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100.0%20

2. Which policy would you like to comment on? You will need to use one form per policy.
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A1: Support for Integration of Community Health Workers to Improve the Nation's Health
10.0%2
A3: Border Crossing Deaths: A Public Health Crisis along the US-Mexico Border
5.0%1
A4: Food Crises: Addressing the Current Crisis and Preventing the Next One
5.0%1
A7: Ensuring the Achievement of the Millenium Development Goals: Strengthening U.S. Efforts to Reduce Global Poverty and Promote Public Health
5.0%1
A8: The Role of the Public Health Practitioners, Academics and Advocates in Relation to Armed Conflict and War
5.0%1
B1: The Elimination of Asbestos and Adequate Compensation for Victims
5.0%1
B2: Workers Compensation Reform
5.0%1
B3: Calling for Precautionary Avoidance of Non-Medicinal Hormones, Especially Those Intentionally Added to the Food System
5.0%1
B6: Reducing the Burden of Poor Health and Health Inequities thought Transportation and Land-use Policies
10.0%2
C4: Improving Access to Vision Care in Community Health Centers
10.0%2
C6: Public Health's Critical Role in Health Reform
5.0%1
D1: Eliminating Highly-Enriched Uranium (HEU) from Radiopharmaceutical Production
5.0%1
D3: Building Code Development, Adoption and Enforcement Problems Impacting Safety and Usability of Homes and other Buildings
5.0%1
D5: Building Public Health Infrastructure for Youth Violence Prevention
10.0%2
D6: Resolution Seeking the Attention of the American Public Health Association to Support the Integration of Core Public Health Education into Undergraduate Curriculum
10.0%2

3. How clearly is the problem explained?
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Very clear
75.0%15
Could be more clear
20.0%4
Not clear
5.0%1
Other/comments (please specify)
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4. Are the action steps proposed appropriate and feasible?
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Yes
60.0%12
Can be improved
40.0%8
No 0.0%0
Other (please specify)
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5. Is the policy missing any key information?
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Yes
47.4%9
No
52.6%10
Other (please specify)
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6. Does this policy have a relationship with an existing APHA policy?
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Yes (please write in policy number in comments section if possible)
75.0%15
No 0.0%0
I don't know
25.0%5
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7. What is your overall assessment of the policy proposal?
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Favorable
85.0%17
Not favorable
15.0%3
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8. As a section member, would you suggest that the section support adoption of this policy?
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Yes
65.0%13
Yes, with suggested revisions
20.0%4
No
15.0%3
Not Sure 0.0%0
Suggested revisions with rationale, and/or comments:
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9. If you are most likely going to be at the Annual Meeting, would you be interested in attending the APHA proposed policy hearing at the Annual Meeting on Sunday, November 8, 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.?
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Yes
70.0%14
No
30.0%6
Not Applicable - I do not plan on attending the Annual Meeting 0.0%0
Other (please specify)0

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