Bartholomew_Intro1_Introduction_to_IM_2nd_Ed_2006

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1 © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Classroom Use Permission Granted by Kay Bartholomew Intervention Mapping Introduction L. Kay Bartholomew, Guy S. Parcel, Gerjo Kok, Nell H. Gottlieb Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Permission for Classroom Use Granted by Kay Bartholomew Overview Intervention Mapping Development – Stimulated by questions that we couldn’t answer from available health education and health promotion resources Brief overview of the Intervention Mapping process © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Permission for Classroom Use Granted by Kay Bartholomew Questions about the use of theory THEORY When in the planning process do I use theory to guide my decisions? How do I know what theories and constructs to use? © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Permission for Classroom Use Granted by Kay Bartholomew Questions about the use of evidence EVIDENCE How do I make use of the experience of others and the results of program evaluations? How do I judge the the validity and strength of evidence? © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Permission for Classroom Use Granted by Kay Bartholomew Questions about what interventions work to create change EFFECTIVE METHODS How to decide what intervention methods to use? How to get from program goals and objectives to intervention strategies for the program participants? How to link program design with program implementation? © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Permission for Classroom Use Granted by Kay Bartholomew Questions about how to take an ecological approach to planning ECOLOGICAL APPROACH How to address changing the behavior of people in the environment (i.e. people who are not at risk for the health problem, but are important to changing conditions that affect those at risk)? How to address the complexity of multi- causation of problems and multi-level intervention points?
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2 © 2005 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Permission for Classroom Use Granted by Kay Bartholomew How to ……. Take ecological planning approach that
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