8 edition of Evaluating the impact of health programs found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 129-147.
|Statement||Michael E. Borus, C. Gregory Buntz, William R. Tash.|
|Contributions||Tash, William R., Buntz, C. Gregory.|
|LC Classifications||RA427 .B77 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 147 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||82000013|
An impact evaluation provides information about the impacts produced by an intervention - positive and negative, intended and unintended, direct and indirect. This means that an impact evaluation must establish what has been the cause of observed changes (in this case ‘impacts’) referred to as causal attribution (also referred to as causal inference). In this revision of Health Program Planning and Evaluation, author L. Michele Issel carefully walks the reader through the process for developing, implementing, and evaluating successful community health promotion programs. Featuring reader-friendly, accessible language and practical tools and concepts, this outstanding resource prepares students and professionals to .
In its broadest meaning, to evaluate means to ascertain the worth of or to fix a value on some object. In this book, we use evaluation in a more restricted sense, as program evaluation or interchangeably as evaluation research, defined as a social science activity directed at collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating information about theFile Size: KB. Evaluation of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Programs offers conceptual and methodological frameworks for the six phases of health program evaluation: introduction to evaluation models of evaluation planning efficacy and effectiveness evaluation measurement and analysis evaluation process and qualitative evaluation cost analysis and basic economic by: 8.
An effective evaluation tracks changes over time by collecting data at the start of the program and after program implementation. When identifying evaluation measures for health promotion and disease prevention programs, it is important to consider the program's focus, the needs of the audience or funders, and the time frame and training available for meeting program goals. tion between the program and the health of employees, how engaged they are in wellness offerings and how satisfied they are with their program experience. Defining Common Core Metrics The Program Measurement and Evaluation Guide provides recommen-dations on seven categories of process, impact and outcomes measures that are critical to every.
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The book will be as useful to those who are called on to read evaluations as to those who prepare them. The focus of the primer is on impact evaluation of publicly supported programs designed to deliver comprehensive or specialized ambulatory health services.
Impact evaluation, in the authors' usage, is concerned not only with whether. This is a comprehensive guide to the frameworks, theories, and methods used to evaluate health promotion programs. The book builds on the author's experience in evaluating health communication projects in the US and developing countries and in teaching evaluation to graduate-level students in public by: Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs provides a comprehensive introduction Evaluating the impact of health programs book the theory and practice of evaluation, with a participatory model that brings stakeholders together for the good of the program.
Linking community assessment, program implementation, and program evaluation, this book emphasizes practical, ongoing evaluation strategies that Cited by: Evaluating the Impact of Nutrition and Health Programs. Editors (view affiliations) Robert E.
Klein; Merrill S. Read; About this book. nutrition and public health programs have been important throughout Latin America and the Caribbean for many years. This is due to the spe cial concerns of those responsible for setting national.
Evaluating the Impact of Health Programmes often encounter problems that prevent them from effectively determining program impact, and. Evaluating the impact of health promotion programs: using the RE-AIM framework to form summary measures for decision making involving complex issues Russell E.
Glasgow 1 Kaiser Permanente Colorado, Clinical Research Unit, Road Runner Lane Penrose, Denver, COUSACited by: activities, and taking action based on evaluation results to increase the impact of programs.
Why Evaluate Public Health Programs. Public health programs aim to prevent or control disease, injury, disability and death. Over time, as this task has become more complex, programs themselves have become more complex. Evaluating the public health impact of health promotion interventions: the RE-AIM framework.
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract. Progress in public health and community-based interventions has been hampered by the lack of a comprehensive evaluation framework appropriate to such programs. All public health programs can be characterized by their inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes, as illustrated in terms of a childhood immunization program in Exhibit 18– Size: 1MB.
Economic Evaluation for Global Health Programs Evaluation encompasses a broad range of methods that measure real or expected changes in operational and impact indicators associated with health service delivery and technologies during all stages of the project life cycle.
Evaluation addresses different program and project. Evaluations in health promotion can feature a range of involvement from stakeholders, from being. consulted periodically to full participation in all aspects of the evaluation.
Not all members from. each sector shown in the wheel will be involved in the evaluation. An Evaluation Framework for Community Health Programs can be used by community-based organizations and community health workers to enhance their under-standing of evaluation and to build their capacity to more actively and aggressively participate in evaluation efforts of their programs.
We believe however, that the framework is only oneFile Size: KB. Purpose of impact evaluation Impact evaluation serves both objectives of evaluation: lesson-learning and accountability.2 A properly designed impact evaluation can answer the question of whether the program is working or not, and hence assist in decisions about scaling up.
However, care must be taken about generalizing from a specific Size: KB. Program evaluation is essential to public health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sets standards for evaluation, develops evaluation tools and resources, and provides support for evaluation capacity-building.
A guide to impact evaluation in integrated health promotion 5 Impact is defined as the immediate effect that health promotion programs have on people, stakeholders and settings to influence the determinants of health.
Health promotion programs may have a range of immediate effects on individuals and on social and physical Size: KB.
A stronger emphasis on program theory encourages readers to establish a strong theoretical base to increase the effectiveness of health programs.
Updated and increased coverage of causal inference in impact evaluations addresses important new models by key scholars and makes the material more relevant for readers.
Evaluating Community-Based Health Improvement Programs. Carrie E. Fry ([email protected]) is a doctoral student in health policy at the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, in Cambridge, by: 4. Evaluation of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Programs offers conceptual and methodological frameworks for the six phases of health program evaluation: introduction to evaluation models of evaluation planning efficacy and effectiveness evaluation measurement and analysis evaluation process and qualitative evaluation cost analysis and basic.
Evaluating Health Promotion Programs An essential element of designing and improving health promotion programs is evaluation. Effective evaluation involves engaging stakeholders, assessing resources, developing evaluation questions, gathering and analyzing data and utilizing the results.
Jones & Bartlett Learning books and products are available through most bookstores and online b ooksellers. SECTION V Outcome and Impact Evaluation of Health Programs Threats to Data Quality Health Program Planning and Evaluation. Health Program Planning and Evaluation.
Health Program Planning and Evaluation. A File Size: KB. Fourth, even though RE-AIM provides a comprehensive framework for program evaluation, other factors influence the success of the program, such as effect of the natural, social, or constructed environments on key program outcomes.
Other evaluation frameworks, such as Health Impact Assessment14 or the Precede–Proceed Model,15 may include these Cited by: 2 Program evaluation in the ACI: a framework 1.
ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT Evaluation is a critical component in the development of evidence based programs by the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) and ultimately will contribute to improvements in the health and well being of the residents of.Evaluating the Organizational Impact of Health Care Information Systems, Second Edition, is heavily updated and revised from its First Edition, which is entitled Evaluating Health Care Information Systems: Methods and much-needed Second Edition is a guide for evaluating the organizational impacts of computer systems in health care institutions.