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An Introduction to Punctuated Equilibrium: A Model for Understanding Stability and Dramatic Change in Public Policies
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Keywords in Healthy Public Policy
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Understanding Policy Developments and Choices Through the “3-i” Framework: Interests, Ideas and Institutions
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Evidence and Healthy Public Policy: Insights from Health and Political Sciences
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Policy frameworks and public health influence
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Annotated Bibliography: Public Policy Processes
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Links
Readings
EBPM - Evidence-based Policy Making. On the site Paul Cairney: Politics and Public Policy.

Tools for Policy Impact: A Handbook for Researchers.
 920 K. Start, D. and Hovland, I. (2004). Overseas Development Institute (ODI).  Available on the site of the ODI.

An Introduction to the Policy Process: Theories, Concepts, and Models of Public Policy Making. Third Edition. Birkland, T.A. (2010). M.E. Sharpe, Inc. Abstract available on the site of M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Agendas, Alternatives and Public Policies. 2nd Ed. Kingdon, J.W. (2003). Longman. Description available on the site of Pearson Higher Education.

L'étude des politiques publiques Third edition. Lemieux, V. (2009). Les Presses de l'Université Laval. Abstract available on the site of Les Presses de l'Université Laval. In French only.

Gouverner par les instruments Lascoumes, P. and De Galès, P., Eds. (2005). Abstract available on the site of SciencesPo - Les Presses. In French only.

l'espace politique.  "Online journal of political geography and geopolitics." On the website of revues.org. In French only.


Contact
Marianne Jacques  


 

Webinar - Punctuated Equilibrium Model for Influencing Public Policies: Practical Implications for Public Health
This webinar will introduce the punctuated equilibrium model and discuss its utility for public health actors who want to take action on public policies. It will be held on November 20, 2018.
October 2018. Description. Registration.

Presenters Mathieu Masse Jolicoeur
Lecturer, Université du Québec à Montréal, École nationale d'administration publique and Research officer at the Direction régionale de santé publique de Montréal du CIUSSS Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal.

Jennifer Levy
Policy Development Officer
Healthy Public Policy, Toronto Public Health

Moderator  Marianne Jacques, Scientific Advisor, NCCHPP
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Date Tuesday November 20, 2018 from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST

Ce webinaire sera presenté en français le 27 novembre de 14h à15h (HNE). Pour en apprendre davantage, cliquez ici.

Registration  Click here to register.

Description

The punctuated equilibrium model aims to explain why public policies tend to be characterized by long periods of stability punctuated by short periods of radical change. This model can help public health actors understand why governments are sometimes receptive to evidence and discussion leading to significant policy change, whereas at other times, they seem to be less receptive to change and only open to making minor adjustments. This model can also help guide the actions and strategies that public health actors can use to influence public policy.

During this webinar, Mathieu Masse-Jolicoeur will provide an overview of the punctuated equilibrium model, as well as some insights on how public health actors can use it to analyze situations and identify opportune moments and strategies for acting upon policies.
Jennifer Levy will provide a regional public health perspective, and discuss the relevance of the model in relation to her public policy work at Toronto Public Health. 

Learning objectives

At the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Better understand public policy development processes;
  • Identify and appreciate the different elements of the punctuated equilibrium model;
  • Mobilize the model to support action around healthy public policies.

Associated reading

An Introduction to Punctuated Equilibrium: A Model for Understanding Stability and Dramatic Change in Public Policies.


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Continuing Education Credits

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