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Exercise: Rapid Context Analysis

In this article, you are asked to conduct your own context analysis for a health program.
A row of five children, three girls and two boys, watch as another child receives an oral polio vaccine from a man with a gray beard.
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You’re ready to try the context analysis yourself!

To do so, choose a context and health issue you are familiar with, perhaps the one you used for Exercise: Mini Stakeholder Analysis.

Then, conduct your context analysis, including the seven domains discussed in the lecture:

  • Geographical
  • Epidemiological
  • Sociocultural
  • Socioeconomic
  • Ethical
  • Legal
  • Political

Share a summary of your context analysis in Padlet. Then, read other learners’ posts. Choose one post and respond with a question about their analysis.

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