Be careful to make inclusive boxes Statistics Useful information Obtained from

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Be careful to make inclusive “boxes” Statistics Useful information Obtained from qualitative and quantitative data collection methods Statistics Qualitative Methods Public forums Key informants Informal interviews Focus groups Quantitative Methods National/regional stats National/regional health surveys Questionnaires State reports on health status School or community surveys Self-constructed surveys Table 2.1 (WHO, CDC, Health.data.gov) Goals and Objectives The goal is an entire TARGET There are multiple objectives within the target A performance indicator is used to REACH objectives Goals Broad statements to specify overall intent of a program
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Objectives PRECISE statement of intended outcome declared in measurable terms Ex. By the end of the smoking program, participants will set a “No Smoke” Date. Alerts the learner of the desired outcome “By the end of this session, learners will be able to Performance Indicator The “Arrow” ACTIVITIES that provide information about the progress toward a stated objective Evaluation **The opposite of assessment ** A systematic process to see if outcomes were achieved Did we meet our objectives? You cannot evaluate without objectives, because what will you measure and analyze? Process Objectives See if outcomes were achieved throughout the entire process How well people were impacted by the presentation FIDELITY: How well the Health Educator stuck to what was planned/intended- very important in research- fidelity to the model.
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Impact Follow up with group after program Ex. Participants did not buy any new cigarettes a week after the program Small steps that lead to progress.
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