By now you’ll have worked through the process; identified what indicators are important to a community and what they mean to community members; determined how best to collect data to ‘evidence’ changes in health and wellbeing as engagements progress; identified outcomes aligned with relevant policies; and continued to engage and collect data over a specified (realistic) period of time. But maybe, according to community members, nothing’s changed for them. Reflect on the reasons for this. You should have established strong relationships with community members by this stage so gathering honest responses will help to further understand barriers and potential ways for overcoming them.