Bartholomew_Step_3_Methods_and_Strategies_2006

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1 © 2003 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Step 3 Methods and Strategies L. Kay Bartholomew, Guy S. Parcel, Gerjo Kok, Nell H. Gottlieb Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach © 2003 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Step 3: Methods and Strategies Task 1: Review program ideas with the intended participants and use their perspectives when identifying methods and strategies Task 2: Use core processes to identify theoretical methods that can influence change in determinants and identify the conditions under which a given method is most likely to be effective Task 3: Choose program theoretical methods Task 4: Select or design practical strategies for applying the methods to the intervention program Task 5: Assure that the final strategies [still] match the change objectives © 2003 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Methods and Strategies A Method is a general process for influencing changes in the determinants of behavior and environmental conditions A Strategy is a practical technique for the application of methods in ways that fit with the intervention group and the context in which the intervention will be conducted © 2003 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Continuum of Methods and Strategies Continuum extends from abstract theoretical methods, through practical strategies, to organized programs with specified scope, sequence, and support materials Example: "skills training" is a theoretical method a step-by-step instruction from a videotape with guided practice is practical strategy to deliver the skills training program would include descriptions of when and how the training would be delivered and supported. Methods at the individual level Methods at the organizational level Methods at the societal level Personal determinants of adolescent smoking Adolescent smoking behavior Personal determinants of school board School Board implements ban on smoking Personal determinants of legislature Government : State or national non- smoking policy Shifting Levels of Intervention © 2003 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Test Your Methods and Strategies IQ Modeling Persuasion Guided practice Reattribution Role model stories Support groups Reinforcement Certificate of achievement Social comparison Fear arousal Patient counseling Stimulus control No-smoking signs Video presentation of learner attempts at skill Coping response planning
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2 © 2003 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research Example of Working on Methods and Strategies Promotora gives testimonials of responses of women with
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