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Evaluatingthe impact of health programs

Michael E. Borus

Evaluatingthe impact of health programs

a primer

by Michael E. Borus

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical care -- Evaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p129-147.

    StatementMichael E. Borus, C. Gregory Buntz, William R. Tash.
    ContributionsBuntz, C. Gregory., Tash, William K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA399.A1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv,147p. :
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21219289M
    ISBN 100262520753

    aggregate, and population phenomenon, health programs need to be conceptualized across those levels. The public health pyramid, introduced in this chapter, is used Context of Health Program Development and Evaluation – 3 – CHAPTER 1 3 08/12/12 AM. Types of Evaluation in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Programs Several types of evaluation designs and frameworks can be used to assess health promotion and disease prevention programs. Each design and framework uses different approaches .

    The RE-AIM evaluation framework is one approach to assessing the public health impact of interventions. The overall goal of the framework is to encourage decision makers and others to pay more attention to essential program elements, including external validity, that can improve the implementation of effective and generalizable interventions. This method provides a way for. The long-awaited new edition is here! Evaluation: A Systematic Approach, by Peter H. Rossi, Mark W. Lipsey, and Gary T. Henry, is the best-selling comprehensive introduction to the field of program evaluation, covering the range of evaluation research activities used in appraising the design, implementation, effectiveness, and efficiency of social programs.

    This document is a “how to” guide for planning and implementing evaluation activities and is intended to assist state, local, and community managers and staff of public health programs in planning, designing, implementing, and using the results of comprehensive evaluations in a practical way. The strategy presented in this manual will help assure that evaluations [ ]. For those interested in learning more about environmental health and the resources available that are related to environmental health, Appendix D presents names, addresses, and phone numbers of relevant government agencies and professional associations and organizations, as well as information about computerized information services, and a listing of general references. Agencies, associations.


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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 specific goals are achieved but also with the unplanned and unanticipated effects and side-effects of by: Evaluating the Impact of Nutrition and Health Programs: Medicine & Health Science Books @ The focus of the primer is on impact evaluation of publicly supported programs designed to deliver comprehensive or specialized ambulatory health services.

Evaluatingthe impact of health programs book evaluation, in the authors' usage, is concerned not only with whether specific goals are achieved but also with the unplanned and unanticipated effects and side-effects of programs.

This is due to the spe­ cial concerns of those responsible for setting national policies, the program experience and leadership in public health developed by the national governments, and the stimulus and cooperation of the Pan American Health Organization (PARO), including its twelve associated centers which focus on research, training and program development.

This is due to the spe­ cial concerns of those responsible for setting national policies, the program experience and leadership in public health developed by the national governments, and the stimulus and cooperation of the Pan American Health Organization (PARO), including its twelve associated centers which focus on research, training and.

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Increasingly, public and private resources are being dedicated to community-based health improvement programs. But evaluations of these programs typically rely on data about process and a pre-post.

Health promotion and education programs seek to make meaningful improvements in population health, often with limited resources. This is a complex, multilevel challenge [ 1, 2 ] and presently, there is little agreement on the criteria necessary to conclude that a program has produced a significant public health impact [ 3–5 ].Cited by: OUTLINE OF PRINCIPLES OF IMPACT EVALUATION PART I KEY CONCEPTS Definition Impact evaluation is an assessment of how the intervention being evaluated affects outcomes, whether these effects are intended or unintended.

The proper analysis of impact requires a counterfactual of what those outcomes would have been in the absence of the intervention   Evaluating the Impact of Nutrition and Health Programs by Robert E.

Klein,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Robert E. Klein. 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.

Population health measures may also be used in evaluation. Common measures used in health promotion. The authors discuss issues in evaluating each of these dimensions and combining them to determine overall public health impact. Failure to adequately evaluate programs on all 5 dimensions can lead to a waste of resources, discontinuities between stages of research, and failure to improve public health to the limits of our capacity.

Pan American Health Organization International Conference on the Assessment of the Impact of Nutrition and Related Health Programs ( Panama, Panama). Evaluating the impact of nutrition and health programs. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

These dimensions occur at multiple levels (e.g., individual, clinic or organization, community) and interact to determine the public health or population-based impact of a program or policy.

An Evaluation Framework for Community Health Programs June The Center for the Advancement of Community Based Public Health Chapel. 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.

Program evaluation is one of ten essential public health services [8] and a critical organizational practice in public health. [9] Until recently, however, there has been little agreement among public health officials on the principles and procedures for conducting such studies.

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. tiveness of public health programs by determining what works.

Traditional evaluations in public health have focused on assessing the impact of specific program activities on defined outcomes. Evaluation is also a conceptual ap-proach to the use of data—as part of a quality improvement process—in pub-lic health management.

based on CDC’s Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health, is intended to assist managers and staff of public, private, and community public health programs to plan, design, implement and use comprehensive evaluations in a practical way.

The strategy presented in this manual will help assure. The first objective is broadly methodological and deals with some of the more pertinent estimation issues one should be aware of when studying the impact of health status on economic outcomes.

We discuss some alternatives for constructing counter-factuals when designing health program evaluations such as randomization, matching and instrumental Cited by: 2.In writing The Practice of Health Program Evaluation, I had two purposes in first purpose was to present the major concepts, methods, and issues of evaluating health programs and services for graduate students in health administration, public health, medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, social work, public administration, and related health professions.Using This Guide This online Guide to Improving and Measuring the Impact of Training is intended for training institutions and programs, trainers, public health organizations, and sponsors of training interested in improving and measuring the impact of their training efforts.

Within this guide, the training process is divided into five main stages or activities.