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Needs and Assets Coan and Prw39am Program Evaluahon lmplemcntahon Needs and Assets Assessment Figuring out what needs to address considering the assets Assessment Protocol for Excellence in Public Health APEXPH Mobilizing forAction Through Planning and Partnership MAPP Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health PACE EH PRECEDEPROCEED Assessment Protocol for Excellence in Public Health APEXPH originally designed for local health department Part 1 organizational capacity assessment 7 steps Part 2 community members provide feedback 8 steps Part 3 how organizational action plan and community health plan to be monitored and evaluated Mobilizing forAction Through Planning and Partnership MAPP Community Organization Partnership and Mobilization Four Assessments Community Themes amp Strengths Assessment Local Public Health System Assessment Community Health Status Assessment Forces of Change Assessment Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health PACE EH Similar to PACE EH and MAPP was developed to look specifically at environmental health PRECEDE PROCEED MODEL P1 nu23mg HEALTH PROGRAM E I M 039 anal scram Powwow 9 4n Felt quotquaJun F ruqu murvuohuu Qua Aquot 1 lilo Precede Predisposing reinforcing and enabling constructs in educationalenvironmental diagnosis and evaluation Assumptions voluntary change supported by the environment more likely to be effective when people involved in determining and prioritizing their own problems and solutions change is more likely to occur and endure Health is determined by behavior lifestyle and environmental factors along with gene cs Predisposing awareness knowledge values beliefs attitudes selfefficacy Reinforcing reward continued engagement in behavior pleasure and pain practices of other people institutions media reward and social normals Enabling allow behavior to begin or continue availability accessibility cost abilities and skills to control personal risks use medical care change or control exposures to environment erds md Aswt Aswssmvnl Cmquot This Way Wednpoung Moron tubing lXHMS Common Features of Program Planning Models determine what groups and individuals need to be involved in the needs and assets assessment process determine readiness and resources for the needs and assets assessment process involve the target population members in the needs and assets assessment process actively seek their thoughts perceptions and options find out as much as you can about your target population members characteristics across a number of different areas related to their lives and health investigate the health status of your target population to determine current health priorities BRFSS Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Systems collect state data about US residents regarding healthrelated risk behaviors chronic health conditions amp use of preventive services Find out as much as possible about what may be contributing to health problems needs and what may assist and support in eliminating or decreasing these health problems assets Find out as much as you can about why the target population engages in health risk behaviors Find out as much about nonbehavioral factors contributing to the health problems and why they exist Identify people and institutions associated with the target population that act as gatekeepers or agents of change Be thorough in investigating other programs amp interventions and parts of programs amp interventions that are attempting to address similar priorities amp find out whether they re working Coalitions amp Partnerships Coalition groups come together to work toward common goals and objectives Advisory board Broad array of target group population amp institutions and organizations Eight steps to process of building effective coalition Common Barriers turf issues previous history of poor working relationships professional domination lack of funding or lack of flexibility in funding hidden agendas complicated decision making process People Commonly Found in Health Coalitions local gov officials health care providers YMCA local college health care administrators cooperative extension school district law enforcement local health dept voluntary service reps Characteristics of a Successful Coalition inclusion of variety of groups amp individuals clear purpose active involvement of community agencies ongoing training for members very active in setting goals amp objectives productive well run meetings consensus rather than voting sense of ownership assignment of smaller manageable pieces long term planning approach Setting Health Priorities which health problems have greatest impact on each factor as days lost from work or school permanent amp temporary disability educational attainment which health problems are disproportionately higher in your population or interest compared to other similar communities the state or nation what are the perceptions of the target population and the stakeholders and how do they 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