Planning for effective health promotion evaluation

Round, Rebecca, Marshall, Bernard and Horton, Kellie 2005, Planning for effective health promotion evaluation, Dept of Human Services, Deakin University, Melbourne, Vic..

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Title Planning for effective health promotion evaluation
Author(s) Round, Rebecca
Marshall, Bernard
Horton, Kellie
Publication date 2005
Total pages v, 49 p.
Publisher Dept of Human Services, Deakin University
Place of Publication Melbourne, Vic.
Keyword(s) Health promotion -- Evaluation
Notes "May 2005"
Contents -- Introduction 1
Policy context for integrated health promotion planning and evaluation 1 Integrated health promotion priorities 2004—2006 2 How does the department use program evaluation 2
Using this resource 3
Overview of program planning and evaluation 4 -- Key evaluation considerations 4
Types of evaluation 5
Evaluation planning framework 6
Step 1. Describe the program: Identify the program plan – program goal, objectives, interventions, and process (reach) and impact indicators 7
Step 2. Evaluation preview—Engage stakeholders, clarify the purpose of the evaluation, identify key questions and identify evaluation resources 9
Step 3. Focus the evaluation design—Specify the evaluation design, data collection methods and locate or develop data collection instruments 10
Step 4. Collect data—Coordinate the data collection 13
Step 5. Analyse and interpret data 14
Step 6. Disseminate the lessons learnt—Consider reports to be prepared, appropriate format, appropriate audience and how the findings will be disseminated 16
Evaluation planning summary 18
Case studies 19
Case study 1: Happy Valley Community Health Centre 20
Case study 2: Sunnyside Hill Primary Care Partnership 29
Additional guides 44
Tools for planning 44
Tools for evaluation 46
Tools for dissemination 48 References 49
ISBN 0731162153
Language eng
Field of Research 111712 Health Promotion
HERDC Research category A5 Minor research monograph
Copyright notice ©2005, State of Victoria, Department of Human Services
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