Evaluating Health Promotion Programs Workbook

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Centre for Health Promotion, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto

Using a logical, ten-step model, the workbook provides an overview of key concepts and methods to assist health promotion practitioners in the development and implementation of program evaluations. These guidelines cover involving stakeholders, assessing resources, designing the evaluation, developing the workplan and timeline, collecting data, and analyzing results as well as interpretation, dissemination, and presentation of the results. It also considers the types of evaluation, and issues to consider when planning evaluation activities, such as time frame, manpower, and cost.

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