What are appropriate measures of health, well-being and equity?

Health and well-being outcomes can include a variety of physical, mental, social, and emotional health and well-being indicators, in addition to behaviors or other factors that are well-established determinants of health. Examples of appropriate measures might include (but are not limited to): clinical measures, child developmental benchmarks, measures of stigma, social isolation or connectedness, or access to care or services. Proposed outcomes that are not well-established indicators of health should be justified by explaining the theoretical or empirical basis for how the measure is anticipated to influence health.