Exam 2

  1. Healthy People Goals?
    • Goal 1: Increase quality and years of healthy life
    • Goal 2: Eliminate health disparities
  2. Measurable Objectives
    • Time frame
    • Direction of change
    • Magnitude of change
    • Definition of the way change will be measured

    SMART - specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, time bound
  3. Process Objective
    • -Concerned with what you hope to do along the path to your outcome objective
    • -Speficies the means or how to attain outcome
    • -Includes how well we are implementing our methods

    Say how
  4. Outcome Objective
    -Concerned with what your are seeking to change

    Expected Outcomes: knowledge, skills, attitudes, performance

    -Measures the success of a program

    Specify the client change
  5. Implementation (proper definition)
    The strategic plan for putting a program into action
  6. Criteria for Selection of Health Methods
    • acceptability
    • literacy
    • customary ways of gaining info
    • cost
    • convenience
    • feasibility
  7. Creating New Materials or Adapting Existing Materials
    • clarity
    • consistency
    • main points
    • tone and appeal
    • credibility
    • reading level
    • language
    • public need
  8. Pre-Testing Characterisitics
    • attraction
    • comprehension
    • acceptability
    • personal involvement
    • persuasion
  9. Concerns Associated with Implementation
    • legal concerns
    • program safety
    • program registration and fee collection
    • procedures for record keeping
    • program logisitics
    • moral and ethical concerns
  10. 5 Phases of Program Implementation
    • 1. adoption of the program
    • 2. identify and prioritize tasks that need to be completed
    • 3. establish a system of management
    • 4. putting plan into action
    • 5. ending or sustaining a program
  11. Gantt Chart
    timeline with tasks that can be connected to each other and focusses on the sequence of tasks
  12. PERT
    program evaluation and review technique

    • -another way to evaluate
    • -flow chart
  13. Evaluation
    determining what a program achieved and comparing that with what was expected; comparing with standards
  14. Standards
    • Arbitrary
    • Scientific
    • Historical
    • Normative
    • Compromise
  15. Purposes of Evaluation
    • Accuracy of results; or a difference made
    • Generalized to real world
    • Degree of achievement
    • Document program strengths and weaknesses
    • Contribute to science base
    • Improve staff, skills
    • Fulfill grant or contract reqs
  16. 6 Steps in Evaluation
    • Engaging stakeholders
    • Describe the program
    • Focus the evaluation design
    • Gather credible evidence
    • Justify conclusions
    • Ensure use and share lessons learned
  17. 4 Standards for Good Evaluation
    • Utility
    • Fesibility
    • Propriety
    • Accuracy
  18. Formative
    • Has to do with program development and implementation
    • Immediate or short impact of an intervention
  19. Summative
    Generally associated with program impacts and outcomes
  20. Process
    • Tracking how and how well your program is working
    • Monitoring the quality and quantity of procedures
  21. Impact
    • Intermediate Outcome Evaluation
    • Can be carried ot immediately after an intervention to look at the intermediate outcomes
  22. Outcome
    • Final Outcome Evaluation
    • Concerned with assessing the long term effect on the health of the target audience
  23. Cost Benefit Analysis
    Cost (intervention) and outcome (health outcome rate) measured in $$
  24. Cost Effectiveness Analysis
    Outcomes measured in physical units

    example: life years gained or symptom free days
  25. Qualitative
    • Soft (narrative) data
    • Asks why
    • Subjective
    • Insight to behavior, trends, etc..
    • Focus groups
  26. Quantitative
    • Hard data (numeric)
    • Asks how many or how often
    • Objective
    • Explores relationships between variables
  27. Non-Experimental: The One Shot Case Study Design
    E x post test

    experimental group gets the intervention then post test to see results
  28. Non-Experimental: One Group Pretest and Posttest
    E pretest x posttest

    experimental group gets pretest then intervention then a posttest

    • useful in formative stages
    • pilot test
  29. Non-Experimental: One Group Time Series Design
    E 01 02 03 (pre) x 01 02 03 (post)

    experimental group gets observed a certain amount of times then gets intervention then gets observed again a few times

    good to examine trends and patterns
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