Chapter_4_Program_Planning_for_Success

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Chapter 4 Chapter 4 Program Planning for  Program Planning for  Success Success
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Overview Program Planning Overview Program Planning Designing an intervention Evaluating the intervention
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Steps Steps 1. Review the research and other  technical materials 2. Determine who would benefit from  the intervention 3. Assess participant knowledge 4. Determine the types of nutritional  problems that might be encountered
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What Triggers Program  What Triggers Program  Change? Change? Programs typically change after some  precipitating event.
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Precipitating Events Precipitating Events New identified community need Mandate from an organization’s  national office New research findings Community leader or coalition agenda Available funding for new programs Government policy change
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Mission Statement Mission Statement A broad statement or declaration of an  organization’s purpose or reason for  being
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Is Your Organization the Best  Is Your Organization the Best  One to Provide the Service? One to Provide the Service? Your organization’s mission statement  should match the purpose of the  educational program Mission statement of the American  Dietetic Association  “Empower members to be the nation’s  food and nutrition leaders” (p 612)
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Mission Statement Mission Statement USDA We provide leadership on food,  agriculture, natural resources, and related  issues based on sound public policy, the  best available science, and efficient  management.
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HUEC 3116 Upcoming Grant  HUEC 3116 Upcoming Grant  Assignment Assignment We will be matching the mission of the  LSU School of Human Ecology with  the mission of a granting agency
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Program Planning Steps Program Planning Steps 1. Review the findings of the community  needs assessment report 2. Establish intervention program goals and  objectives 3. Develop an intervention program plan 4. Describe the management system 5. Identify funding sources 6. Implement the program 7. Evaluate program elements and  effectiveness
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Step 1: Review the results of the  Step 1: Review the results of the  community needs assessment community needs assessment
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