Remember - Types of Sampling Procedures

Remember - Types of Sampling Procedures - Phase 5 - Ending...

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Phase 5 - Ending or Sustaining a Program How long to run a program Ending? Resources available? Need to re-focus? Sustaining? Work to institutionalize Advocating for the program
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Concerns Associated with Implementation - 1 Most programs are to improve health, thus do not put participants in danger Informed consent Explain nature of program Explain expected benefits Inform of alternative programs Indicate that they are free to discontinue
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Example Informed Consent Form
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Concerns Associated with Implementation - 2 Informed consent (waiver of liability or release of liability) do not protect planners from being sued Medical clearance signed by a physician Program location; appropriate security Building codes met & facilities free from any hazards
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Sample Medical Clearance Form
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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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