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  • To determine if factors that affect health both within the individual and in the environment have changed. For example, did the person’s behavior change after an intervention?To determine if factors that affect health both within the individual and in the environment have changed. For example, did the person’s behavior change after an intervention?
  • Evaluation process of community intervertion program erai

    2. 2. EVALUATION PROCESS• Evaluation process –is the method of doing an analysis of the effectiveness of the implementation of the planned interventions• Evaluation process- provide an introduction to program evaluation it involves three factors -the process of implementing the program - the program’s impact, and -the outcome of the program
    3. 3. Planning for evaluation The relevant questions during evaluation planning and implementation involve determining the feasibility of the evaluation, identifying stakeholders, and specifying short- and long-term goals.• For example, does the program have the clarity of objectives or transparency in its methods required for evaluation?
    4. 4. Process (Implementation — Formative and Process Evaluation)• The formative evaluation involves the evaluation of the formats of implementation• Evaluation during program implementation could be used to inform mid-course corrections to program implementation (formative evaluation) or to shed light on implementation processes (process evaluation).
    5. 5. • It involves the evaluation of the following:• Site response , Recipient response, Practitioner response, Competencies of personnel• This is done while the process of implementation is going on.• For community-engaged initiatives, formative and process evaluation can include evaluation of the process by which partnerships are created and maintained and ultimately succeed in functioning.
    6. 6. Impact (Summative-Short-Term Outcome)• Also called Completion — Summative, Outcome, and Impact Evaluation• Following completion of the program, evaluation may examine its immediate outcomes or long-term impact or summarize its overall performance, including, for example, its efficiency and sustainability
    7. 7. Cont..• Involves conducting evaluation at the end of the program .Immediate effects of program on, for example• Knowledge, Attitudes, Perceptions, Skills and beliefs are assessed.
    8. 8. Outcome (Long- Term Outcome)• A program’s outcome can be defined as “the state of the target population or the social conditions that a program is expected to have changed,” (Rossi et al., 2004, p. 204)• The evaluator focus on the outcome of the intervention. Is there change in the problem after intervention? If no improvement, then what was wrong in planning or on implementation?• Considering specific evaluation strategies, it is important to consider the “evaluability” of the program and this is done by asking the following questions
    9. 9. • Are program activities stated in precise words whose concepts can be measured?• Has a time frame for attaining the change been included?• Are the direction and magnitude of the change included?• Has a method of measuring the change been included?• Are the data that will be needed to measure the objectives available at a reasonable cost?• Are the program activities that are designed to meet the objectives plausible?
    10. 10. • Once the positive outcome of a program is confirmed, subsequent program evaluation may examine the long-term impact the program hopes to have.• The evaluation process involves the cyclical process of nursing care process that need continued validation of data/ information until the problem has been resolved
    11. 11. Dissemination and Reporting• Another evaluation process involves the dissemination and reporting on the fulfillment of the program on the expected outcome.• To ensure that the dissemination and reporting of results to all appropriate audiences is accomplished in a comprehensive and systematic manner, one needs to develop a dissemination plan during the planning stage of the evaluation
    12. 12. Cont..• This plan should include guidelines on who will present results, which audiences will receive the results, and who will be included as a coauthor on manuscripts and presentations.• Dissemination of the results of the evaluation requires adequate resources, such as people, time, and money. Finding time to write papers and make presentations may be difficult for community members who have other commitments (Parker et al., 2005).
    13. 13. REFERENCE• Anderson ,e.t,McFarlane,J (2011) Community as Partner. The theories and Practice in Nursing 6th edition.• http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/communityengage ment/pce_program_phases.html