HSM 270 Week 5 Checkpoint - Process and Outcome Evaluations
HSM 270 Week 5 Checkpoint - Process and Outcome Evaluations fin571
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CheckPoint Process and Outcome Evaluations Complete the Process and Outcome Evaluations Multimedia located at httpcoptrainphoenixeduaxiahsm270imagesprocess and outcome evaluationshtml Summarize the characteristics of process and outcome evaluations Provide two examples of each type of evaluation Post your response in 200 to 300 words The characteristics of a process evaluation is that it documents and monitors the planning of the program the implementation of the program and the relationship of all the components Process evaluation includes qualitative and quantitative data and uses the data to document the appropriateness and acceptability of the program and how it bene ts the target population The process evaluation focuses on program planning and development by making the staff do questionnaires so the activities work schedules organizational support and community linkage can be evaluated and changed if necessary The process evaluation intervenes by evaluating the curriculum and the participants The interventions also evaluate the satisfaction of the community by doing satisfaction surveys Process evaluations document the effectiveness of staff recruitment hiring and training planning and development program usage participant and staff satisfaction target population program outreach case management recording linkages with managed healthcare project goals and objectives and cost analysis 2003 The characteristics of Outcome evaluations focus on the effectiveness of intervention strategies It compares the differences of data over periods of time The information is determined by using pretests and posttests 2003 Outcome evaluations measure the reliability of the programs and if they are able to be replicated and used again Two examples of an Outcome evaluation would be 1 The number of students who continue going to college after the Santa Rosa Philharmonic Youth Symphony program are 97 with a dropout rate of 005 2 The school funding in 2007 was 10000 and in 2008 due to the program implementations is now at 30000 Two examples of process evaluations would be 1 There are 20 teachers who are helping these children by offering after school programs 2 Children in the after school programs are asked if the curriculums are effective and do surveys to assess the program Reference Practical Grant Writing and Program Evaluation YuenTerao 2003 BrooksCole
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