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  • >> Welcome to our video series on Evaluating Health Adaptation For a Changing Climate.

  • The purpose of this series is to support you in evaluating your climate

  • and health adaptation work by sharing best practices and example scenarios.

  • In this video, we will set the stage by discussing the challenges

  • that agencies face while evaluating climate and health adaptation.

  • Climate change is impacting health in many ways.

  • In response, agencies are taking a variety of actions

  • to protect communities around the country.

  • These adaptation actions include changes to social, environmental and public health systems

  • to reduce vulnerability and increase resilience.

  • It is essential to evaluate these adaptation actions

  • to know whether the actions are actually reducing vulnerability and increasing resilience

  • for the health effects of a changing climate.

  • Several factors make evaluating climate and health adaptation particularly challenging,

  • and these videos explore three: time, skill and complexity.

  • Over time, climate acts on health in many ways.

  • Adaptation actions must anticipate climate and health effects

  • that may not have even occurred yet, may occur intermittently or may incur after a long time.

  • For example, evaluating adaptations to address the effects of extreme heat would need to take

  • into account seasonal and annual variations.

  • Similarly, the scale of an adaptation can affect our evaluation activities.

  • For example, a state implemented adaptation can affect the outcomes

  • of a city adaptation and vice versa.

  • In addition, because climate acts on health

  • through multiple systems both naturally occurring and human made,

  • adaptations often unfold through a variety of complex pathways.

  • For example, a greening adaptation may affect market forces in ways

  • that displace vulnerable populations.

  • It's a lot to consider and, while we may not be able to account for every challenge we encounter

  • in climate and health adaptation,

  • following evaluation best practices can make our work more efficient, effective and equitable.

  • In this video series, we will walk through the first three steps

  • of the CDC Evaluation Framework, learning about how

  • to develop an evaluation plan while accounting for issues of time, scale and complexity.

  • Effective evaluation planning is not simply creating a planning document.

  • Rather, it's a process that involves engaging stakeholders early and often

  • and incorporating their differing perspectives

  • to create a comprehensive description of the adaptation action.

  • This will lead to study designs that are more meaningful and responsive

  • to the needs of our stakeholders.

  • To illustrate effective evaluation planning in the following videos,

  • we will meet three public health practitioners and learn about their adaptation actions.

  • We will use these examples to introduce skills and best practices for moving through Steps 1,

  • 2 and 3 of the CDC Framework and show how evaluation can be applied

  • to your own health adaptation work.

  • Advance to the next video to meet our three public health practitioners and learn

  • about their health adaptation projects.

  • For more information about evaluation practice overall,

  • please visit the CDC Evaluation web page.

>> Welcome to our video series on Evaluating Health Adaptation For a Changing Climate.


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気候と健康評価。ビデオ1 - 舞台設定 (Climate and Health Evaluation: Video 1 - Setting the Stage)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日