Studies designed to assess the efficacy of programs. They may include the evaluation of cost-effectiveness, the extent to which objectives are met, or impact.
The process of formulating, improving, and expanding educational, managerial, or service-oriented work plans (excluding computer program development).
A course of study offered by an educational institution.
Encouraging consumer behaviors most likely to optimize health potentials (physical and psychosocial) through health information, preventive programs, and access to medical care.
Undergraduate education programs for second- , third- , and fourth-year students in health sciences in which the students receive clinical training and experience in teaching hospitals or affiliated health centers.
Programs of training in medicine and medical specialties offered by hospitals for graduates of medicine to meet the requirements established by accrediting authorities.
Method of measuring performance against established standards of best practice.
Education that increases the awareness and favorably influences the attitudes and knowledge relating to the improvement of health on a personal or community basis.
The educational process of instructing.
The period of medical education in a medical school. In the United States it follows the baccalaureate degree and precedes the granting of the M.D.
Activities and programs intended to assure or improve the quality of care in either a defined medical setting or a program. The concept includes the assessment or evaluation of the quality of care; identification of problems or shortcomings in the delivery of care; designing activities to overcome these deficiencies; and follow-up monitoring to ensure effectiveness of corrective steps.
A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems of adults.
The capability to perform acceptably those duties directly related to patient care.
Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.
The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.
Systematic gathering of data for a particular purpose from various sources, including questionnaires, interviews, observation, existing records, and electronic devices. The process is usually preliminary to statistical analysis of the data.
Small-scale tests of methods and procedures to be used on a larger scale if the pilot study demonstrates that these methods and procedures can work.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
Programs and activities sponsored or administered by local, state, or national governments.
Components of a national health care system which administer specific services, e.g., national health insurance.
Health insurance plans intended to reduce unnecessary health care costs through a variety of mechanisms, including: economic incentives for physicians and patients to select less costly forms of care; programs for reviewing the medical necessity of specific services; increased beneficiary cost sharing; controls on inpatient admissions and lengths of stay; the establishment of cost-sharing incentives for outpatient surgery; selective contracting with health care providers; and the intensive management of high-cost health care cases. The programs may be provided in a variety of settings, such as HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS and PREFERRED PROVIDER ORGANIZATIONS.
Organized services to administer immunization procedures in the prevention of various diseases. The programs are made available over a wide range of sites: schools, hospitals, public health agencies, voluntary health agencies, etc. They are administered to an equally wide range of population groups or on various administrative levels: community, municipal, state, national, international.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.

An assessment of the operation of an external quality assessment (EQA) scheme in histopathology in the South Thames (West) region: 1995-1998. (1/6835)

AIMS: To describe the design and organisation of a voluntary regional external quality assessment (EQA) scheme in histopathology, and to record the results obtained over a three year period. METHODS: A protocol is presented in which circulation of EQA slides alternated with teaching sessions. Procedures for the choice of suitable cases, evaluation of submitted diagnoses, and feedback of results to participants are described. The use of teaching sessions, complementary to the slide circulations, and dealing with current diagnostic problems is also outlined. RESULTS: Participation rates in the nine slide circulations varied between 66% and 89%, mean 85%. Overall scores were predictably high but 4% of returns, from 10 pathologists, were unsatisfactory. These low scores were typically isolated or intermittent and none of the participants fulfilled agreed criteria for chronic poor performers. CONCLUSIONS: This scheme has been well supported and overall performances have been satisfactory. The design was sufficiently discriminatory to reveal a few low scores which are analysed in detail. Prompt feedback of results to participants with identification of all "incomplete" and "wrong" diagnoses is essential. Involvement of local histopathologists in designing, running, and monitoring such schemes is important.  (+info)

General practitioners' continuing education: a review of policies, strategies and effectiveness, and their implications for the future. (2/6835)

BACKGROUND: The accreditation and provision of continuing education for general practitioners (GPs) is set to change with new proposals from the General Medical Council, the Government, and the Chief Medical Officer. AIM: To review the theories, policies, strategies, and effectiveness in GP continuing education in the past 10 years. METHOD: A systematic review of the literature by computerized and manual searches of relevant journals and books. RESULTS: Educational theory suggests that continuing education (CE) should be work-based and use the learner's experiences. Audit can play an important role in determining performance and needs assessment, but at present is largely a separate activity. Educational and professional support, such as through mentors or co-tutors, has been successfully piloted but awaits larger scale evaluation. Most accredited educational events are still the postgraduate centre lecture, and GP Tutors have a variable role in CE management and provision. Controlled trials of CE strategies suggest effectiveness is enhanced by personal feedback and work prompts. Qualitative studies have demonstrated that education plays only a small part in influencing doctors' behavior. CONCLUSION: Maintaining good clinical practice is on many stakeholders' agendas. A variety of methods may be effective in CE, and larger scale trials or evaluations are needed.  (+info)

Randomised controlled trial of follow up care in general practice of patients with myocardial infarction and angina: final results of the Southampton heart integrated care project (SHIP). The SHIP Collaborative Group. (3/6835)

OBJECTIVE: To assess the effectiveness of a programme to coordinate and support follow up care in general practice after a hospital diagnosis of myocardial infarction or angina. DESIGN: Randomised controlled trial; stratified random allocation of practices to intervention and control groups. SETTING: All 67 practices in Southampton and south west Hampshire, England. SUBJECTS: 597 adult patients (422 with myocardial infarction and 175 with a new diagnosis of angina) who were recruited during hospital admission or attendance at a chest pain clinic between April 1995 and September 1996. INTERVENTION: Programme to coordinate preventive care led by specialist liaison nurses which sought to improve communication between hospital and general practice and to encourage general practice nurses to provide structured follow up. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Serum total cholesterol concentration, blood pressure, distance walked in 6 minutes, confirmed smoking cessation, and body mass index measured at 1 year follow up. RESULTS: Of 559 surviving patients at 1 year, 502 (90%) were followed up. There was no significant difference between the intervention and control groups in smoking (cotinine validated quit rate 19% v 20%), lipid concentrations (serum total cholesterol 5.80 v 5.93 mmol/l), blood pressure (diastolic pressure 84 v 85 mm Hg), or fitness (distance walked in 6 minutes 443 v 433 m). Body mass index was slightly lower in the intervention group (27.4 v 28.2; P=0.08). CONCLUSIONS: Although the programme was effective in promoting follow up in general practice, it did not improve health outcome. Simply coordinating and supporting existing NHS care is insufficient. Ischaemic heart disease is a chronic condition which requires the same systematic approach to secondary prevention applied in other chronic conditions such as diabetes mellitus.  (+info)

Community-level HIV intervention in 5 cities: final outcome data from the CDC AIDS Community Demonstration Projects. (4/6835)

OBJECTIVES: This study evaluated a theory-based community-level intervention to promote progress toward consistent condom and bleach use among selected populations at increased risk for HIV infection in 5 US cities. METHODS: Role-model stories were distributed, along with condoms and bleach, by community members who encouraged behavior change among injection drug users, their female sex partners, sex workers, non-gay-identified men who have sex with men, high-risk youth, and residents in areas with high sexually transmitted disease rates. Over a 3-year period, cross-sectional interviews (n = 15,205) were conducted in 10 intervention and comparison community pairs. Outcomes were measured on a stage-of-change scale. Observed condom carrying and intervention exposure were also measured. RESULTS: At the community level, movement toward consistent condom use with main (P < .05) and nonmain (P < .05) partners, as well as increased condom carrying (P < .0001), was greater in intervention than in comparison communities. At the individual level, respondents recently exposed to the intervention were more likely to carry condoms and to have higher stage-of-change scores for condom and bleach use. CONCLUSIONS: The intervention led to significant communitywide progress toward consistent HIV risk reduction.  (+info)

The reach and effectiveness of a national mass media-led smoking cessation campaign in The Netherlands. (5/6835)

OBJECTIVES: This study examined the reach, effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness of a mass media-led smoking cessation campaign including television shows, a television clinic, a quit line, local group programs, and a comprehensive publicity campaign. METHODS: A random sample of baseline smokers (n = 1338) was interviewed before and after the campaign and at a 10-month follow-up. A nonpretested control group (n = 508) of baseline smokers was incorporated to control for test effects. RESULTS: Most smokers were aware of the campaign, although active participation rates were low. Dose-response relations between exposure and quitting were found. The follow-up point prevalence abstinence rate attributable to the campaign was estimated to be 4.5% after control for test effects and secular trends. The cost per long-term quitter was about $12. CONCLUSIONS: In spite of a massive rise in tobacco promotion expenditures prior to the campaign and the absence of governmental control over the media, the campaign under study may have increased normal cessation rates substantially.  (+info)

Decline in cigarette consumption following implementation of a comprehensive tobacco prevention and education program--Oregon, 1996-1998. (6/6835)

In November 1996, residents of Oregon approved a ballot measure increasing the cigarette tax by 30 cents (to 68 cents per pack). The measure stipulated that 10% of the additional tax revenue be allocated to the Oregon Health Division (OHD) to develop and implement a tobacco-use prevention program. In 1997, OHD created Oregon's Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP), a comprehensive, community-based program modeled on the successful tobacco-use prevention programs in California and Massachusetts. To assess the effects of the tax increase and TPEP in Oregon, OHD evaluated data on the number of packs of cigarettes taxed before (1993-1996) and after (1997-1998) the ballot initiative and implementation of the program. Oregon's results also were compared with national data. This report summarizes the results of the analysis, which indicate that consumption of cigarettes in Oregon declined substantially after implementation of the excise tax and TPEP and exceeded the national rate of decline.  (+info)

Follow-up care in general practice of patients with myocardial infarction or angina pectoris: initial results of the SHIP trial. Southampton Heart Integrated Care Project. (7/6835)

OBJECTIVE: We aimed to assess the effectiveness of a nurse-led programme to ensure that follow-up care is provided in general practice after hospital diagnosis of myocardial infarction (MI) or angina pectoris. METHODS: We conducted a randomized controlled trial with stratified random allocation of practices to intervention and control groups within all 67 practices in Southampton and South-West Hampshire, England. The subjects were 422 adult patients with a MI and 175 patients with a new diagnosis of angina recruited during hospital admission or chest pain clinic attendance between April 1995 and September 1996. Intervention involved a programme of secondary preventive care led by specialist liaison nurses in which we sought to improve communication between hospital and general practice and to encourage general practice nurses to provide structured follow-up. The main outcome measures were: extent of general practice follow-up; attendance for cardiac rehabilitation; medication prescribed at hospital discharge; self-reported smoking, diet and exercise; and symptoms of chest pain and shortness of breath. Follow-ups of 90.1 % of subjects at 1 month and 80.6% at 4 months were carried out. RESULTS: Median attendance for nurse follow-up in the 4 months following diagnosis was 3 (IQR 2-5) in intervention practices and 0 (IQR 0-1) in control practices; the median number of visits to a doctor was the same in both groups. At hospital discharge, levels of prescribing of preventive medication were low in both intervention and control groups: aspirin 77 versus 74% (P = 0.32), cholesterol lowering agents 9 versus 10% (P = 0.8). Conversely, 1 month after diagnosis, the vast majority of patients in both groups reported healthy lifestyles: 90 versus 84% reported eating healthy food (P = 0.53); 73 versus 67% taking regular exercise (P = 0.13); 89 versus 92% not smoking (P = 0.77). Take up of cardiac rehabilitation was 37% in the intervention group and 22% in the control group (P = 0.001); the median number of sessions attended was also higher (5 versus 3 out of 6). CONCLUSIONS: The intervention of a liaison nurse is effective in ensuring that general practice nurses follow-up patients after hospital discharge. It does not alter the number of follow-up visits made by the patient to the doctor. Levels of prescribing and reported changes in behaviour at hospital discharge indicate that the main tasks facing practice nurses during follow-up are to help patients to sustain changes in behaviour, to encourage doctors to prescribe appropriate medication and to encourage patients to adhere to medication while returning to an active life. These are very different tasks to those traditionally undertaken by practice nurses in relation to primary prevention, where the emphasis has been on identifying risk and motivating change. Assessment of the effectiveness of practice nurses in undertaking these new tasks requires a longer follow-up.  (+info)

Challenges in securing access to care for children. (8/6835)

Congressional approval of Title XXI of the Social Security Act, which created the State Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), is a significant public effort to expand health insurance to children. Experience with the Medicaid program suggests that eligibility does not guarantee children's enrollment or their access to needed services. This paper develops an analytic framework and presents potential indicators to evaluate CHIP's performance and its impact on access, defined broadly to include access to health insurance and access to health services. It also presents options for moving beyond minimal monitoring to an evaluation strategy that would help to improve program outcomes. The policy considerations associated with such a strategy are also discussed.  (+info)

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  • This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a technology-based peer-support intervention program (PIP) on maternal outcomes during the early postpartum period. (
  • A further long-term evaluation of the PIP on maternal and family outcomes and its cost-effectiveness is needed to inform clinical practices. (
  • Abt Associates has conducted 20 cross-site evaluations of the federal Healthy Start program since 2002 to understand what leads to successful outcomes for Healthy Start projects. (
  • These process evaluation findings may help explain why no statistically significant group-by- time interactions at 3- or 12-month follow up were found for the primary outcomes of zBMI or MAP reading score. (
  • Stakeholder engagement (i.e., inclusion of persons involved in or affected by programs) constitutes a major theme in the evaluation frameworks. (
  • P4 Clarity and Fairness Evaluations should be understandable and fair in addressing stakeholder needs and purposes. (
  • Many other templates exist online and can be tailored to the needs of the stakeholder and the complexity of the program being evaluated. (
  • With this in mind, Chapter 7 will present the following: (1) a definition of evaluation, (2) evaluation phases and processes, (3) two approaches to evaluation that are particularly relevant for the evaluation of community-engaged initiatives, (4) specific evaluation methods, and (5) challenges to be overcome to ensure an effective evaluation. (
  • The program focuses on developing organizational capacity to generate and use data in the instructional, policy and decision making processes so that education leaders can meet the growing challenges of fostering education equity and quality. (
  • The utility standards are intended to increase the extent to which program stakeholders find evaluation processes and products valuable in meeting their needs. (
  • U4 Explicit Values Evaluations should clarify and specify the individual and cultural values underpinning purposes, processes, and judgments. (
  • U6 Meaningful Processes and Products Evaluations should construct activities, descriptions, and judgments in ways that encourage participants to rediscover, reinterpret, or revise their understandings and behaviors. (
  • P7 Fiscal Responsibility Evaluations should account for all expended resources and comply with sound fiscal procedures and processes. (
  • The purpose of this research study was to evaluate the processes and structures of an Ontario Region's student nutrition programs and to determine how the public health departments' staff can support the program. (
  • The general structure and the problems of training programs as well as content, learning - teaching processes, and planning the education have been discussed. (
  • Designed to help those responsible for monitoring and evaluation identify high-performing, resource-efficient indicators in collaboration with stakeholders. (
  • Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plays a critical role in ICT4D (Information and Communication Technologies for Development). (
  • Guiding principles for the design and use of monitoring and evaluation in rural development projects and programmes / United Nations ACC Task-Force on Rural Development, Panel on Monitoring and Evaluation. (
  • Panel on Monitoring and Evaluation. (
  • Guidelines for monitoring and evaluation of participatory rural development in Africa. (
  • To encourage evaluation capacity building, external partners can be brought to the table to assist in creating action plans for their organizational project evaluations. (
  • The evaluation of community engagement programs provides an opportunity to assess and enhance these collaborations. (
  • The Social Policy Research Centre evaluated the results of this program to assess its effectiveness in achieving objectives. (
  • The goal of the CAP-SSSE program evaluation was to assess the program's efficiency and effectiveness in developing State programs to perform the duties and responsibilities of State Coordinating Agencies as described in 44 CFR 60.25. (
  • Assess the effectiveness of educational policies, practices, and programs. (
  • The College of Human Development, Culture, and Human Media is dedicated to ensuring that its professional preparation programs are based on essential knowledge, evolving technology, research findings, and reflective practice. (
  • P5 Transparency and Disclosure Evaluations should provide complete descriptions of findings, limitations, and conclusions to all stakeholders, unless doing so would violate legal and propriety obligations. (
  • The accuracy standards are intended to increase the dependability and truthfulness of evaluation representations, propositions, and findings, especially those that support interpretations and judgments about quality. (
  • The post-evaluation action plan helps new staff understand the progression of decisions and programmatic adjustments based on evaluation findings, and it continues to be a tool for communication product improvement. (
  • We discuss these findings in depth and offer suggestions for future programs. (
  • During 2005-06 the World Health Organization supported an evaluation of CBI in the Islamic Republic of Iran by collecting information from intervention villages on social capital and other indicators, with validation of the findings. (
  • The NNS stipulates that improved nutrition can be achieved through implementation of sound policies and programs, and enhancing partnerships amongst nutrition stakeholders so that available resources are used optimal y to deliver evidence - based and cost-effective nutrition interventions. (
  • I began my journey with the ISDH Asthma Program (Program) in 2013 as the communication coordinator and evaluator. (
  • I now occupy the position of Asthma Program Director and share evaluation duties with the Program Epidemiologist. (
  • In 2012, the Asthma Program contracted with an independent evaluation consulting firm to develop and implement a mixed methods evaluation of Program surveillance data dissemination methods. (
  • The feasibility standards are intended to increase evaluation effectiveness and efficiency. (
  • Helping USAID ensure accountability and results through monitoring, evaluation, and learning (ME&L) presented a multitude of challenges this year. (
  • This introduction to program evaluation and multiple regression analysis trains students to critically consume empirical studies and conduct their own empirical research. (
  • F1 Project Management Evaluations should use effective project management strategies. (
  • Because not one program in the Region is run the same way, multiple strategies need to be in place to support programs at individual levels. (
  • In 2016, Abt Associates won a contract to support the implementation of the current national evaluation plan for the federal Healthy Start Program. (
  • OBJECTIVE: To explore the perspectives of dietitian assistants in a tertiary teaching hospital in Sydney, Australia, following the implementation of a formal competence and professional development program. (
  • A mixed- methods process evaluation was employed to evaluate program implementation and provide insight for future program development . (
  • From 2023 most subjects will be taught on campus only with flexible options limited to a select number of postgraduate programs and individual subjects. (
  • The graduate program that you are applying to may have additional requirements. (
  • Some programs require additional test scores such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the Graduate Management Test (GMAT). (
  • The authors describe and discuss the process of accreditation and evaluation of Graduate Programs - specifically the Psychology Graduate programs in Brazil, a process carried out by a governmental agency of the Ministry of Education (CAPES). (
  • In evaluation, the indicators should be reviewed and used for program improvement throughout the program's life cycle. (
  • Course evaluations were mandatory in 62% (n=58) of the responding institutions, with the remaining 38% (n=35) optional. (
  • Divorce education programs are mandatory in most states. (
  • Because outcome indicators measure the changes that occur over time, indicators should be measured at least at baseline (before the program/project begins) and at the end of the project. (
  • The standards statements have been adapted into a checklist, available from the WMU Evaluation Checklists Project . (
  • Many international development organizations invest heavily in phone-based surveys to gather high-quality feedback and project evaluation data. (
  • For the first evaluation, Abt Associates conducted a project director survey to document all of the program components implemented by each Healthy Start (HS) project. (
  • This was followed by an evaluation that included a set of case studies and a participant survey in eight HS project sites. (
  • In the second evaluation, Abt built on the previous evaluations by using data from a number of sources, including a second survey of project directors. (
  • Research products funded by the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation are related to their project records. (
  • evaluation and monitoring in a comprehensive primary health care project in Colombia / P. E. M. Engelkes. (
  • Project evaluation : problems of methodology. (
  • As part of their overall workplace violence prevention program, employers should evaluate their safety and security measures. (
  • Management should share workplace violence prevention evaluation reports with all employees. (
  • The choice of indicators will often inform the rest of the evaluation plan, including evaluation methods, data analysis, and reporting. (
  • instead, the focus is on the importance of evaluating community-engaged initiatives and methods for this evaluation. (
  • The aim of this preliminary survey study was to determine the perceptions of leaders of dental schools and dental hygiene programs regarding methods of and purposes for conducting students' course evaluations and their role in course improvement, curriculum design, and faculty assessment. (
  • All school levels were well represented in both quantitative and qualitative methods, with community-based programs being under-represented. (
  • Over time, the Program has experienced changes in staff and Program data requirements and communication methods. (
  • Healthy Summer Learners: An explanatory mixed methods study and process evaluation. (
  • P6 Conflicts of Interests Evaluations should openly and honestly identify and address real or perceived conflicts of interests that may compromise the evaluation. (
  • Common threats included lack of sustainable funding, complexity in tracking program use, unreliable help, and school administration conflicts. (
  • Also, to inform the ongoing outcome measures needed to ensure the program can be effectively evaluated in the future and to determine benefits to a broader cohort of young people outside of LWB. (
  • F4 Resource Use Evaluations should use resources effectively and efficiently. (
  • Though the program was well received, student attendance was lower than anticipated and full program fidelity was not achieved. (
  • Degree Plans (or Program Evaluations) and the Application for Graduation documents must be submitted to the Registrar's Office prior to the completion of the semester in which the student will earn 90 hours. (
  • The Application for Graduation which includes the degree plans/program evaluation, approved by adviser and department chair, must be submitted to the Registrar prior to the end of the second semester of the junior year (the semester in which the student will complete at least 90 semester credit hours). (
  • Exceptions are students in binary programs who must submit it at the beginning of the last semester at Carson-Newman University. (
  • All of the respondents (100%) reported that their institutions' full-time faculty members were assessed by students in course evaluations for each course and semester they taught. (
  • The Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy offers a concentration in Education Research, Assessment, and Program Evaluation. (
  • The concentration in Education Research, Assessment, and Program Evaluation within the Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy will produce graduates who can conduct research and provide leadership nationally and internationally in the area of research. (
  • Implement an academic or applied research program from start to completion. (
  • Each program is committed to developing collaborative relationships and cooperative efforts with schools, agencies, and institutions so that its efforts remain linked to the world of practice and research, and meet the needs of communities. (
  • The MERM Program is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of measurement, program evaluation, and research methodology in the social and behavioral sciences (e.g. (
  • Top management should review the program regularly, and with each incident, to evaluate its success. (
  • To evaluate an educative and oral health promotion program for children from three public daycare facilities in the city of João Pessoa (PB), in the Northeastern region of Brazil. (
  • En 2005 et 2006, l'Organisation mondiale de la Santé a soutenu une évaluation des initiatives communautaires en République islamique d'Iran, en collectant des informations sur le capital social ainsi que d'autres indicateurs, dans les villages bénéficiant d'interventions. (
  • Il ressort de cette évaluation que les initiatives communautaires constituent une approche utile pour améliorer les indicateurs sanitaires et sociaux ainsi que pour mettre en place des mécanismes permettant la participation communautaire et et la collaboration intersectorielle pour la santé et le développement au niveau local. (
  • Evaluation framework initiatives(CBI)forhealthandhuman theprogrammesareatvariousstagesof developmentinitsMemberStates[2]. (
  • For more than 25 years, the faculty and students of the MERM program have been contributing to its international reputation as a leader in the field. (
  • The creation of peer tutoring programs was to improve the academic performance of underprepared students. (
  • This concentration is intended to meet the burgeoning demands for professional staff and leaders in educational organizations focused on data-driven decision making, program evaluation, assessment and testing, and teacher or faculty pedagogical development. (
  • The small size of the Ph.D. program at Seton Hall University allows for frequent faculty interaction and close work with your adviser. (
  • Further investigation of the use and effects of student evaluations is needed to better understand their role in faculty assessment and other aspects of the administration of dental schools and dental hygiene programs. (
  • The results showed that the program was effective in obtaining these objectives. (
  • Guinea Worm Eradication Programme in India : report and recommendations of fifth independent evaluation, December 1993 / compiled & edited by Ashok Kumar, Gautam Biswas. (
  • This oral health program showed to be effective in the maintenance of oral health. (
  • To document the action identified and provide benchmarks for completion, we created a post-evaluation action plan (Plan). (
  • The evaluation provided insight into the use of and satisfaction with the data by stakeholders from around the state. (
  • The full publication includes detailed guidelines and principles for applying the standards in the context of real-world evaluation situations. (
  • Future iterations of HSL should seek to extend program hours, lengthen program duration, and explore ways to lower projected cost of attendance. (
  • Strong indicators can be quantitative or qualitative, and are part of the evaluation plan. (
  • Write the term in which you plan to take remaining courses and electives needed to complete your degree on the Degree Plan/Program Evaluation form in the spaces provided. (
  • Submit your Degree Plan/Program Evaluation with the Application for Graduation which is available on the Registrar's web page. (
  • 6. After all the courses to take in future terms have been indicated on the program evaluation/degree plan, add up the hours to be sure that they equal or exceed 120 hours. (
  • The Plan worked to serve as a roadmap for future Program efforts, documenting the finding, action, dissemination avenues, and who and by when actions would be taken to ensure the evaluation result. (
  • The survey elicited a description of programs and variations in components being offered. (
  • Together, measures of activities and outputs indicate whether the program is being implemented as planned. (
  • We chose a template that is fairly simple and easily understood so that future users who may not know the history of the Program and the background of activities will find it useful. (
  • Finally, opportunities described by coordinators included assistance with menu planning, expansion of program offerings, and assistance with finding community partners. (
  • Therefore, health units can have a major role, whether it is through menu planning, food safety training, helping coordinators find healthy food options, or helping them build partnerships to enhance program support and operations. (
  • Current and potential partnerships between programs and health units were also evaluated. (
  • Survey results showed that teachers and volunteer program coordinators were the most involved in planning and delivering programs. (
  • After reviewing evaluation results, we determined that it would be beneficial to identify actions to improve the use, satisfaction, and reach of Program data. (
  • There needs to be follow-up to the results to ensure utility of the evaluation. (
  • Results of search for 'su:{Program evaluation. (
  • 76% response rate) and qualitative interviews involving 22 program coordinators. (
  • Please review the program website carefully to understand the program requirements. (
  • This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Kopystynska, O., Turner, J.J., Schramm, D.G. and Higginbotham, B. (2020), Evaluation of Topics in Utah's ONE‐HOUR Divorce Education Program. (
  • The Application for Graduation and Program Evaluation are the documents the Registrar uses to determine if a student is eligible for graduation. (
  • If the requirements for all majors or minors are not on the program evaluation, contact the Registrar's Office to request the additional major or minor be added in the student system so that the additional major or minors are printed on the student's program evaluation and transcript. (
  • For this purpose, the articles in the journal were analyzed by using content analysis, and evaluated in terms of program development in education. (
  • Using divorcing parents' self‐reported data ( N = 3,275) from a one‐hour online divorce education program in Utah, we examined participants' post‐divorce intentions to treat each other respectfully, especially in front of the child(ren), and engage in positive coparental practices. (
  • The data from this study suggest multiple molecular epidemiologic and program management uses for DNA fingerprinting in TB public health practice. (
  • U2 Attention to Stakeholders Evaluations should devote attention to the full range of individuals and groups invested in the program and affected by its evaluation. (
  • F3 Contextual Viability Evaluations should recognize, monitor, and balance the cultural and political interests and needs of individuals and groups. (
  • Individuals from 93 institutions responded for an overall response rate of 30%: 30 of 76 dental schools (39.5% response rate) and 63 of the 232 dental hygiene programs (27% response rate). (
  • 2. The Program Evaluation will populate requirements already completed using the appropriate course numbers as per the university catalog. (
  • U8 Concern for Consequences and Influence Evaluations should promote responsible and adaptive use while guarding against unintended negative consequences and misuse. (
  • The authors also discuss three fundamental aspects of the evaluation: the committee responsible for the evaluation (who conducts the process? (
  • However, that does not mean a program should not try to determine how they are contributing to the health impact of interest (e.g., decrease in morbidity related to particular health issue). (
  • Earlier this year we received an email for Shawn Buckley informing him that "The Public Health Agency of Canada was conducting an evaluation of the Natural Health Products (NHP) Program for the period of 2010 until 2015. (
  • The evaluation suggests that the CBI approach is a useful tool for improving health and social indicators and providing mechanisms for community-based participation and intersectoral collaboration for health and development at the local level. (
  • A brief description of the most important features of the accreditation and evaluation process are described. (
  • Seton Hall University's highly regarded doctoral program in Higher Education Leadership helps professionals advance their careers leading colleges and universities. (
  • The purpose of this study was to make an overall assessment of articles related to program development in education that appeared in the 'Journal of Primary Education,' which had been published between 1939 and 1966. (
  • It was concluded that the articles published in this journal have a significant impact on the improvement of the program development in the primary education in Turkey. (
  • Evaluation of Topics in Utah's ONE‐HOUR Divorce Education Program" by Olena Kopystynska, Joshua Turner et al. (
  • Healthy Summer Learners (HSL), a novel, 6-week summer program for 2-4th grade children from low- income families in the Southeastern United States , aimed to prevent accelerated summer BMI gain and academic learning loss by providing healthy meals and snacks , 15 min of nutrition education , 3 h of physical activity opportunities and 3.5 h of reading instruction daily. (
  • CONCLUSION: A supported structured competence and professional development program has provided dietitian assistants with new skills and renewed job satisfaction. (
  • Universal access to school nutrition programs (SNPs) can ensure that children at-risk for poor nutrient intake have access to safe, healthy foods, thereby promoting growth and development and enhancing academic performance. (
  • Any changes in the program should be discussed at regular meetings of the task force, safety committee, union representatives, or other employee groups ( OSHA, 2016 ). (
  • Courses taken to satisfy requirements for a minor or a second major will be listed on the last page or pages of the program evaluation. (
  • Evaluation of a Structured Nutrition Competence Program for Dietitian " by Cameron McLean, Natasha Turner et al. (
  • P1 Responsive and Inclusive Orientation Evaluations should be responsive to stakeholders and their communities. (
  • The Office of Evaluation provided a discussion guide of the key questions that they wanted to get his opinion on. (
  • This three-armed pilot quasi-experimental study used a repeated measure within- and between-participant design to compare HSL, to an active comparator-21st Century Summer Learning Program (21 C), and no- treatment control. (
  • P2 Formal Agreements Evaluation agreements should be negotiated to make obligations explicit and take into account the needs, expectations, and cultural contexts of clients and other stakeholders. (
  • Outcome indicators measure whether the program is achieving the expected effects/changes in the short, intermediate, and long term. (
  • In order to gain familiarity with the conceptual and practical foundations of these standards and their applications to extended cases, the JCSEE strongly encourages all evaluators and evaluation users to read the complete book. (