4106.1 Carl Taylor Memorial Session 2: SEED-SCALE Methodology

Tuesday, November 9, 2010: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
This session describes the SEED-SCALE methodology advocated by Carl E Taylor. In depth case studies of its application in China and Peru will highlight the necessity for a 3-way partnership between officials, experts, and the community. The methodology empowers communities to implement and sustain evidence-based interventions with transparent accountability.
Session Objectives: By the end of the session, participants will be able to: (1) Describe the SEED-SCALE methodology. (2) Identify how the components of SEED-SCALE were applied in China and Peru. (3) Assess whether they might be able to apply the methodology in a manner similar to one of the examples to partner with government and communities in comprehensive community-based primary health care.
Laura C. Altobelli, DrPH, MPH
Laura C. Altobelli, DrPH, MPH

How SEED-SCALE works: From Theory to Practice
Carl E. Taylor, MD, DrPH, Daniel Taylor, PhD, Laura C. Altobelli, DrPH, MPH, Traci Hickson, MA and Luke Taylor
Scaling Up Health and Development in China--From Model Counties to Tibet using SEED-SCALE
Henry Gordon Taylor, MD, MPH, Daniel Taylor, PhD and Carl E. Taylor, MD, DrPH
Application of SEED-SCALE for community maternal-child health in rural Peru: Focus on SEED
Laura C. Altobelli, DrPH, MPH, Jose Cabrejos, MD, MPH, Luis Espejo-Alayo, MD,MA and Alejandro Vargas, MS, MA

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Organized by: International Health

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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