What are appropriate measures for the drivers?

Outcomes related to the drivers might include (but are not limited to):
Mindsets and expectations: Health interconnectedness, bias, agency, parental efficacy;
Sense of community: Quality of individual social networks, measures of community-level attributes (i.e., social capital, school climate, workplace cohesion, collective efficacy);
Civic engagement: voting, organizing, or volunteering; organizational participation or membership; policy changes or adoption; social movements; narrative change.

For measures relating to drivers, our preference is for objective measures of behaviors or traits, rather than more subjective indicators that reflect feelings or intentions. All outcomes should be assessed using validated instruments and methods. Projects that measure changes in drivers as primary outcomes should also consider assessing health and well-being measures as secondary outcomes, if at all possible.