Developing an Action Plan to Fight Food Insecurity
It is important to develop an action plan in order to implement a FI program in your clinical setting. In this chapter, we will outline the critical steps to developing a program to address FI, including identification of key partners, stakeholders, and barriers. In addition, evaluation metrics to measure success will be introduced as part of development of the action plan.
KeywordsFood Insecurity Social Determinants of Health Community Partners
American Academy of Pediatrics
- CHILD HeLP
Cincinnati’s Child Health-Law Partnership
Electronic Health Record
Keeping Infants Nourished and Developing
Medical Legal Partnerships
Social Determinants of Health
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
The Survey of Well-Being of Young Children
United States Department of Agriculture
Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children
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