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by: Monty McClure


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Monty McClure
Texas A&M
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Date Created: 10/21/15
Review Outline for Midterm Exam HLTH 425632 Health Program Evaluation Introduction to Evaluation I Overview of Evaluation A B Brief Historical Synopsis Public Health Competencies Hea1th Promotion Competency CHES II Common Evaluation Terms amp De nitions Hmornmpowagt ZVWH N Intervention HP Program Ef cacy Internal Validity Effectiveness External Validity Qualitative Evaluation Process Evaluation Formative Evaluation Evaluation Research Health Outcome Evaluation CostEffectiveness Analysis CEA CostBenefit Analysis CBA MetaEvaluation Meta Analysis VI Evaluation DomainsStakeholders A B C Science Base Policy Base Professional Practice Base VII Evaluation Phases Ito IV VIII Evaluation Purposes IX Types of Evaluation A Process Evaluation Feasibility B Qualitative Evaluation C Formative Evaluation Pilot Test D Evaluation Research Efficacy E Program Evaluation Effectiveness X Evaluability Assessment XI Program Evaluation ampPractice Standards amp Attributes A Utility B Propriety C Feasibility D Accuracy Introduction to Evaluation Planning an Evaluation I II III VI Review of Program Planning and Evaluation Models United States Healthy People 2000 and 2010 HPDP Program Planning A PRECEDE amp PROCEED Model A Review B Planning an Evaluation Problem Identification Epidemiologic Behavioral Assessments De ning Evaluation Indicators A Health Outcome Objectives amp Assessment B Behavioral Objectives amp Assessment C Educational Objectives amp Assessment 1 Cognitive 2 PsychoSocial 3 Skill D Training Objectives amp Assessment Review of Science 7 PracticePolicy Base A Policy Analysis B MetaEvaluation Quality of Practice 1 Theory 2 Examples a Research Design b Sample Size iRepresentativeness c Population Characteristics d Measurement Quality e Appropriateness amp Replicability f Process Evaluation C MetaAnalysis Quality of Science 1 Theory a Evaluation Research Design b Measurement Gold Standard c Sample Size Statistical Power d Intervention Delivery Fidelity 2 Application VII Health Promotion 7 Disease Prevention Programs PRECEDE PROCEED A How do you apply PROCEDEPROCEED to health education planning and evaluation Writing Goals and Objectives Dr Don Chaney s lecture 1 Administrative objectives 11 Learning objectives III Behavioral objectives IV Environmental objectives V Program objectives Basic Marketing Principles VI Marketing orientation VII Sales orientation VIII Product orientation IX Organization centered marketing vs consumer centered marketing X Social marketing XI Health marketing XII Marketing ideas XIII Selling vs Marketing vs Advertising XIV XV Health marketing vs Health communication 4 P s of the Marketing MiX a De ne and explain Planning a marketing strategy a marketing segmentation b Precontemplation to Maintenance Transtheoretical Model 7 Stages of Change Measurement in Evaluation XVII Intervention Models and Measurement A Theory Based Evaluation TBE XVIII Principles of Measurement A Measurement Issues Error and Bias 1 Quantitative vs Qualitative Measurements Nominal 70rdinal Discrete variables versus Continuous Interval Data B Types of Evaluation VariablesData l 2 3 4 V 6 7 Demographic Cognitive Psychosocial attitudes beliefs value and motivational variables Skill Behavioral healthenhancing behaviors Environmental Health XIX Types of Validity Gold Standard A Face amp Content B Criterion 0 lConcurrent 2 Predictive Construct lConvergent 2 Discriminate U SensitiVitySpeci cityPPV XX 1 De nitions Types of Reliability Psychometric Analyses A B 0 D Internal Consistency Item and Scale Analyses Test Retest Stability Analysis 1 De nition 2 Application Rater Reliability 1 De nition 2 Application Itemtototal correlation Measurement in EvaluationQualitative Evaluation I II III IV V Informed Consent and IRB Identifying Program Objectives amp Data Needs Questionnaire Selection and Development Do Not Reinvent the Wheel Constructing and Instrument for Ef cient Project Reporting Collecting Program Data Strengths and Weaknesses A B C D E Interviewing FacetoFace or Telephone Direct Observation Skill or Behavior Unobtrusive Techniques Individual and Group MedicalClinical Record Review SelfCompletion Methods 1 Group or Individual Administration 2 Surveys 3 Diaries 7 Logs F Biological Measurement VI Qualitative Evaluation Methods A Theory B Methods 1 Group InterviewsFocus Group Techniques a Nominal Group Process b Delphi Process 0 Interview ow N Unobtrusive Observations E Indepth Interviews a Types of openended interview questions 4 Qualitative Assessment C Protocol Development D Field Notes E Logic Models F Data Analysis


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