Describe behavioral and environmental risk factors linked to the health problem. Identifies appropriate sources of data for epidemiological, behavioral, and environmental factors.

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Health problem: obesity among adult males aged 20 to 39

1. Introduces and clearly describes the health problem or concern within a defined population.

2. Phase 1: Social Assessment, Participatory Planning, and Situation Analysis

Offers brief description of Phase 1. Describes social indicators reflecting the quality of life within the specified population. Identifies appropriate sources of data for social indicators. Identifies appropriate strategies for engaging community members in the assessment and planning processes and describes why.

3. Phase 2: Epidemiological, Behavioral, and Environmental Assessments

Offers brief description of Phase 2. Describe the extent of the health problem at the national, state, and local levels. Describe behavioral and environmental risk factors linked to the health problem. Identifies appropriate sources of data for epidemiological, behavioral, and environmental factors.

4. Phase 3: Educational and Ecological Assessment

Offers brief description of Phase 3. Describes the predisposing, enabling, and reinforcing factors that contribute to the health problem. Identifies appropriate sources of data for factors. Identifies and discusses relevant theories that describe the relationship between factors and outcomes.

5. Phase 4: Administrative and Policy Assessment

Offers a brief description of Phase 4. Describes the resources and barriers to program development and implementation. Identifies appropriate potential sources.

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