This session will discuss how attitudinal data can be used to inform primary prevention policy and practice. Highlighting the variety of ways attitudinal data can be used, panellists will discuss the National Community Attitudes Survey, provide an overview of the key findings and explore how these findings have been used to inform primary prevention program delivery, policy, practice design and practice. Panellists will share their experiences of using attitudinal data to inform their work from policy advocacy to developing tools for practitioners, and to identify gaps to inform program focus, practice design and supporting program engagement. The discussion will include reflections on how population-level data can be used in a variety of settings at the local level and the opportunities and challenges this presents.
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