M4A1: Wheel of Domains In community organizing efforts, it is important to think about a diverse range of stakeholders who might have a vested interest in the success of our public health intervention efforts. We sometimes have to “think outside the box” about the groups, organizations, and communities that we should engage for working with any particular target population. You can envision these stakeholder groups as the “spokes” of a wheel whose “hub” is your target population. In this assignment, you will discuss Injury prevention among elementary school students. You will then identify at least 3 stakeholder groups who may be helpful in achieving the desired health behavior outcome. For each stakeholder group you name, you should answer the following questions: 1. What resources could this stakeholder group provide? 2. How might the stakeholder group benefit from your intervention work? 3. What strategies would you use to engage this stakeholder group? 4. What concerns might the stakeholder group have about the health issue? 5. How would you address the stakeholder group’s concerns? 6. Once you have completed these steps for each stakeholder group, take a look at the strategies and concerns across the groups. Which groups may have similar concerns? Which groups may have different concerns? Are there certain groups for whom you would use similar strategies? How would you encourage collaboration across groups that may not see “eye-to-eye” on some issues? Reference: Glanz, K., Rimer, B.K., & Viswanath, K. Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research, and Practice (2015). 5th edition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Wheels of Domain