Introduction to Program Evaluation for Public Health Programs: A Self-Study Guide

Introduction to Program Evaluation for Public Health Programs: A Self-Study Guide. August 2005. Suggested Citation: U.S. Department of Health and Human …

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Introduction to Program Evaluation for Public Health Programs: A Self-Study Guide
Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments, Contents, Page, Executive Summary, Why Evaluate Public Health Programs?, Program Implementation, Program Effectiveness, Program Accountability, Introduction, What Is Program Evaluation?, Implementation, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Cost-Effectiveness, Attribution, Evaluation Supplements Other Types of Reflection and Data Collection, Planning, Performance Measurement, Budgeting, Surveillance and Program Evaluation, Research and Program Evaluation, Distinguishing Principles of Research and Evaluation, Concept, Research Principles, Program Evaluation Principles, Planning Scientific, method, Framework for program evaluation, Decision Making, Investigator-controlled, Stakeholder-controlled, Standards Validity, Repeatability program evaluation standards, Questions Facts, Values, Design, Isolate changes and control, Incorporate changes and account for, circumstances, Data Collection, Sources, Indicators/Measures, Analysis &, Timing, Synthesis, Scope, Judgments Implicit, Explicit, Conclusions Attribution, Attribution and contribution, Uses, Disseminate to interested audiences, Feedback to stakeholders, Some Reasons to Evaluate Public Health Programs, CDC\’s Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health, STEPS, STAN, A DAR, A DS, Fi ur, u e 1. Evaluat, a io, i n Framework, Utility, Feasibility, Propriety, Accuracy, Utility, Feasibility, Propriety, Accuracy, How to Select a Lead Evaluator and Establish an Evaluation Team, Characteristics of a Good Evaluator, Organization of This Manual, Affordable Home Ownership Program, Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (CLPP), Provider Education in Immunization, Step 1: Engage Stakeholders, Typical Stakeholders in Public Health, Potential Stakeholders in Public Health Programs, Why Stakeholders Are Important to an Evaluation, Table 1.1, CLPP Example: Identifying Stakeholders, Who are the key stakeholders we need to, Increase credibility of, Implement the, Advocate for changes, Fund/authorize, our efforts, interventions that are, to institutionalize this, continuation or, central to this effort, effort, expansion of this, Table 1.2, CLPP Example: What Matters to Stakeholders, What component of intervention/outcome matters, Stakeholders, most to them, What to Ask Stakeholders, The Role of Stakeholders in an Evaluation

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