82-96 - HPDP Exam Review 82. MATCH a. Multilevel Approach...

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HPDP Exam Review 82. MATCH a. Multilevel Approach To Community Health b. Used in a variety of settings, including the development of several intervention handbooks created by the CDC. c. “MATCH is designed to be applied when behavioral and environmental risk and protective factors for disease or injury are generally known and when general priorities for action have been determined, thus providing a convenient way to turn the corner from needs assessment and priority setting to the development of effective programs.” d. PHASE I: Goals Selection i. Select health status goals, Select high-priority population(s), Identify health behavior goals, Indentify environmental factor goals e. PHASE II: Intervention Planning i. Identify the targets of the intervention, Select intervention objectives, Identify mediators of the intervention objectives, Select intervention approaches f. PHASE III: Program Development i. Create program units or components, Select or develop curricula and create intervention guides, Develop session plans, Create or acquire instructional materials, products, and resources g. PHASE IV: Implementation Preparations i. Facilitate adoption, implementation, and maintenance, Select and train implementers h. PHASE V: Evaluation i. Conduct process evaluation, Measure impact, Monitor outcomes 83. Intervention mapping a. A relatively new planning model available for planning health promotion programs. b. Based upon the importance of planning programs that are based on theory and evidence and draws on a number of the principles that are used in both the Precede-Proceed and MATCH models c. Comprises a series of six steps: i. Step 1: Needs assessment ii. Step 2: Matrices of change objectives: specifies who and what will change as a result of the intervention
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iii. Step 3: Theory-based methods and practical strategies: planners work to identify theory-based interventions and strategies that hold the greatest promise to change the health behavior of individuals in the priority population iv. Step 4: Program: planners create the details for the intervention and materials needed for the implementation of the program based up on the methods and strategies v. Step 5: Adoption and implementation: like Step 2 includes the development of matrices, however, the matrices focus on adoption and implementation performance objectives vi. Step 6: Evaluation planning: planners decide if determinants were well specified, if strategies were appropriated matched ot methods, what proportion of the priority population was reaches, and whether or not implementation was complete and executed as planned 84. SMART a. Social Marketing Assessment and Response Tool
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