Research :: Improving Adolescent Health: An Analysis and Synthesis of Policy Recommendations

This report reviews over 1,000 adolescent health policy recommendations which were developed by government agencies, private foundations, and various task forces and commissions. The report identifies consensus policy priorities and strategies for implementation; delineates critical barriers that may impede implementation; and highlights policy areas that have been overlooked or have emerged more recently. The document is available in both a Report Summary and Full Report format.

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DATE POSTED

February 6, 1997

AUTHOR(S)

Claire D. Brindis, Charles E. Irwin, Jr., Elizabeth M. Ozer, Margaret Handley, David K. Knopf, & Susan G. Millstein

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