We identify gaps in public health systems and practices related to health equality, as well as limitations and inconsistencies in practitioner knowledge and abilities.
Our gap analysis methodology was developed as a resource to help people focus on the most critical issues in promoting health equity. It is designed to help three major audiences detect gaps (listed below) and take action:
a. Researchers are mostly academics who work outside the traditional public health system (or are co-appointed) and can conduct independent research.
b. Policymakers and government decision-makers - Those having the authority to influence both how practitioners operate and how public health departments and organizations are structured.
c. Public Health Practitioners - Individuals who work in the official public health sector, including formal leaders (senior management), middle management, and front-line personnel across programs and disciplines.
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