Institution Name Professor Course Date Community Health Needs Assessment A community health needs assessment abbreviated as CHNA is an in-depth investigative procedure that incorporates all health stakeholders (Wang 369-387). It entails the following steps. The first step is the identification and engagement of stakeholders. CHNA is a process in itself and for it to be effective enough it must incorporate members of the The last step in community health needs assessment is the evaluation of progress. Measures should be taken that will help determine which parameters of the outcome should be considered in evaluating the progress. This will give room for adjustments. Work cited Wang Caroline and Mary Ann Burris. "Photovoice: Concept methodology and use for participatory needs assessment." Health education & behavior 24.3 (1997): 369-387. [...]
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