298 Spring 2010 Discussion and implicaiton chapters

298 Spring 2010 Discussion and implicaiton chapters - 1 Dr....

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Dr. Fred Prochaska - Spring 298 Course Notes Discussion Chapter Assessing Outcomes: State what happened – successes, problems, and unresolved issues Describe Changes that Occurred (not all of these, use as appropriate): --why? --how if affected the intervention or data collection plan --note any crises/significant effects that could have affected results --problems were more severe or complicated than expected. --lack of social support and follow-up may have been an issue --underlying problems (mental health, substance abuse, etc.) may be factors. --non-compliance or denial may be an issue (especially for non-voluntary programs) --problems with schedule, attendance, literacy, etc. --cultural or socioeconomic factors that may be relevant. --special challenges of involuntary clients or false compliance to staff/researcher. --problems with accessibility to complete data or information --problems with missing or incomplete information. --sample may not be representative or of sufficient size to draw conclusions.
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