Policy Empowerment Index (PEI)

Constructs Measured

Implementation Outcomes N/A
Implementation Determinants Readiness to Implement
Non-training Resources
Policy Actors
Actor Relationships and Networks
Actor Context
Political Will for Policy Implementation
Target Population Characteristics

Policy Application

Setting Hospitals or Outpatient Clinics
Topic Other
Traditional Medicine Policy

Basic Information

The 12 questions of the PEI are intended to describe whether and how policies empower their constituents.

Transferability of measure across settings: Mostly transferable (12 of 12 items transferable)

Citing Literature

Empirical use: Gavriilidis G, Östergren P-O. Evaluating a traditional medicine policy in South Africa: phase 1 development of a policy assessment tool. Global Health Action. 2012;5(1):1-N.PAG. doi:10.3402/gha.v5i0.17271

Policy Application in Reviewed Studies

Setting: Hospitals or outpatient clinics

Topic: Other: Traditional medicine policy

Country: South Africa

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PAPERS Ratings

Note: Blank pragmatic constructs indicate inadequate reporting to assign a non-zero score.

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Note: Blank psychometric constructs were not reported in included studies.

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