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Korean Journal of Preventive Medicine 1977;10(1): 160-165.
A Review on The Process of Comprehensive Health Planning.
Young Il Oh
ABSTRACT
According to the need for objectivity and convenience the whole planning process is devided into a secries of 8 systematic stages. But it is an unending upward spiral of incremented efforts toward improvement. So many activities should be carried out concurrently, providing a mutual supportive flow back and forth between various stages of the process depending on local conditions and requirements. The eight stages are : (1) Planning the Planning and Developing Planning competence, (2) Statements of Policy and Broad Goals, (3) Data Gathering, (4) Priority Statement, (5) Statement of Major Alternative Proposals, (6) Development of Detailed Plan, (7) Implementation as a Part of the Planning Process, (8) Evaluation. The frame and function of the planning machinery must be adjusted to local conditions, and also flexibility is desirable, especially at the start, when adaptations are more necessary and more frequent.
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