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PRECEDE/PROCEED Model o PRECEDE Model PRECEDE is composed of 4 phases Begins with the final consequences and works backward to the causes Focuses on outcomes rather than inputs Begins at the end o Precede “Takes into account the multiple factors which shape health status and helps the planner arrive at a highly focused subset of these factors as targets for intervention. It also generates specific objectives and criteria for evaluation.” o Phase 1 – Social Assessment Subjectively defines quality of life Deals with the problems and priorities of the individuals and communities you are working with Best to involve the population in defining the process Reasons people fund programs o Phase 2 - Epidemiology Assessment Identification of the specific health goals or problems that may contribute to the social problems in Phase 1 Morbidity, Mortality, Disability = Vital Indicators Dimensions = Incidence, Prevalence, Distribution, Intensity, & Duration
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  • Spring '17
  • DebraJ.Tavasso
  • Evaluation methods,  Morbidity,  Exist

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