PHC 6750 Syllabus Spring 2019 CEPH - Upd.docx

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A. Class Project: In spring 2019, students enrolled in PHC 6750 will be encouraged to work together in teams on class projects. The purpose of the project is to conduct process and impact evaluation of a health promotion program and present the results of the evaluation in writing and in class. The presentation must incorporate messages and materials obtained from related interventions and must be coordinated with appropriate representatives of a collaborating organization. If original data are to be collected, IRB approval must be obtained. B. Alternative: If any student would rather work alone on another project, he or she may do so by indicating to the instructor the purpose of the project and expected outcomes. A final written report of the special project (no more than 10 pages double spaced, with scientific references and proper citations) must be prepared and submitted before the last day of class (if the student expects to receive full credit for the work). Disability The University provides reasonable accommodations and services to all students on a nondiscriminatory basis consistent with legal requirements as outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended (ADAAA) of 2008 and the Rehabilitation Act as Amended. If you have disability and/or need special assistance during the course or exams, please make arrangements through the Office of Disability Page 3 of 11 PHC 6750 – Program Development and Evaluation in Health Promotion Changes or Modifications : The Instructor reserves the right to change, alter, add, or delete from the content of this course as deemed appropriate by the Instructor based upon students’ needs.
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Services (305-348-4131). More information about the accommodation process is available at COURSE COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE Each student will contribute to an oral presentation and a written report of a health promotion program that was implemented and evaluated during spring semester. The contribution may focus on program implementation or on formative, process, impact, outcome (or some combination of these types of) evaluation. It should describe the audience for whom the report was prepared and how critical stakeholders were involved in the planning, development, and review of the program and research hypotheses, evaluation procedures, findings, and recommendations for program improvement. Oral presentations and written reports will be assessed for clarity and succinctness in defining program objectives and the aims of the evaluation, program and research hypotheses, evaluation design and methods, sources of data, analysis and interpretation, and conclusions and recommendations using a rubric of 0 (undeveloped/inadequate) to 3 (outstanding/exceptional), as illustrated below: In addition, reports from students enrolled in PHC 6750 will be assessed for inclusion of information about critical stakeholders and how they were consulted about the purposes of the evaluation, invited to Page 4 of 11 PHC 6750 – Program Development and Evaluation in Health Promotion
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