Number of instances of population, health, or environment organizations addressing non-traditional audiences
“Addressing” can include meetings, publications, coalitions, conferences, brochures, etc. Instances should be listed and described according to which PHE sector addressed a different sector or sectors, and on what topics (i.e., sector-specific or integration). Non-traditional audience means an audience that is in another sector from the one in which the addressee typically works.
Program or project records that systematically track instances of involvement and identify the audiences
Project records, secondary records.
Using clearly defined terms in advance can reduce bias in collecting this indicator. When those addressing the audience work in a multi-sectoral setting or when the audience is multi-sectoral, this indicator may not give significant information. Its goal is to collect information about audiences being addressed by organizations that have not traditionally worked in a multi-sectoral setting.
This is only a measure of the number of instances that the program or project addresses non-traditional audiences. This indicator does not give information on the topics covered. It is easy to collect as long as project records have a systematic form of recording the instances in which the program or project is involved.
communication, integration, population-health-environment (PHE)