Examples of Mission Statements

Examples of Mission Statements - Type of Evaluation...

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Examples of Mission Statements The mission of the Walkup Health Promotion program is to provide a wide variety of primary prevention activities for residents of the community. [community setting] This program is aimed at helping patients and their families to understand and cope
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General statement of intent Future event; long-range purpose Compared to objectives: 1) more global/general, 2) includes all aspects of program, 3) overall direction, 4) Mission Statement Goals
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Examples of Goals To prevent the spread of HIV in the youth of Indiana To reduce the incidence of influenza in the residents of Delaware County Indiana To reduce the number of cases of lung cancer caused by exposure to second-hand
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Smaller steps to reach goals More precise than goals Written in Mission Statement Goals Objectives
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Different Levels of Objectives Type Program outcome
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Unformatted text preview: Type of Evaluation Process/Admin. Activities & tasks Process (formative) Learning Awareness, Impact (summative) knowledge, attitudes, & skills Action/Behavioral Behavior change Criteria for Developing Objectives • Realized in a reasonable time frame • Realistic? • Enough resources to reach • Consistent with policies & procedures Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-phased Elements of an Objectives • Use measurable terms (Box 6.4, p. 146) • Usually verb • Avoid certain words • Some words work better with certain levels of objectives, e.g., list vs. explain + Outcome (what) Well-written objective Conditions (when) Criterion (how much change) Priority Population (who) + + = Setting the Criterion for an Objective* • Percent improvement • Total coverage or elimination • Consistent with another program • Projection of trend • Retain 2000 target *Gurley (2007) & USDHHS (2007b)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course HPS 3850 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '11 term at Kennesaw.

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