Planning, Program Development, and Evaluation A Handbook for Health Promotion, Aging, and Health Services

ISBN-10: 0763700622

ISBN-13: 9780763700621

Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Thomas C. Timmreck

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List price: $128.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 6/7/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 238
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

List of Figures
About the Author
The Planning Model--The 10 Steps
History and Development of Health Promotion and Social and Health Services Planning and Program Development
Chapter Objectives
Health Promotion and Health Education
Early Developments
Services and Programs of Health Promotion
Aging and Social Service Planning
Historical Events
The Need for Health Promotion Services
Services for Older People
Program Development for Aging Services
The Need for Health and Social Services
Begin at the Beginning: The Mission Statement
Chapter Objectives
Step 1 of Planning Model
Pitfalls to Avoid
Developing Mission Statements
Purpose and Function
Structure and Parts
Legitimacy and Tangibility
Organization and Community Assessment
Chapter Objectives
Step 2 of Planning Model
Does Anyone Care? or What Are the Political and Administrative Constraints to the Program Development Process?
Internal Assessment
Resource Analysis
Strengths and Weaknesses
Planning Question
Space and Physical Facilities
Planning Questions
Planning Question
Planning Questions
Equipment and Materials
Planning Question
Planning Questions
Motivation, Commitment, and Support
Planning Question
Management Audits
External Assessment
Community Assessment
Planning Questions
Approaches to Acceptance of a Project
Planning Questions
Planning for the Evaluation Process
Policies and Regulations
Writing Goals and Objectives
Chapter Objectives--Part I
Step 3 of Planning Model
Writing Goals and Objectives for Need Assessments
Why Develop Objectives for Need Assessments?
Planning Questions
Defining Goals and Objectives
Some Concepts about Goal and Objective Writing
Structured Approach to Writing Objectives
Verb Choice in Writing Objectives
Planning Questions
Objective Writing Is Consistent Across the Board
Planning Questions
Common Errors in Goal and Objective Setting
Chapter Objectives--Part II
Step 6 of Planning Model
Writing Goals and Objectives for Planning and Program Development
The Difference Between Goals and Objectives
Importance and Value
Stating Planning Objectives and Outcomes
Planning Questions
Be Precise in Writing Objectives
Consistency and Congruency in the Planning Process
Planning Questions
Need Assessments: Determining Programs and Services: Spanning the Gaps
Chapter Objectives
Step 4 of Planning Model
Overview of Need Assessments
The Role of Need Assessments
Barriers to Services
Planning Questions
Community Resource Assessment
Need Assessment Approaches
Knowledgeable Leader/Key Informant Approach
Community Forum
Rates Under Treatment Approach
Social and Health Status Indicators Approach
Service Population Approach
Focus Groups
Community Diagnosis Approach
Survey Approach
Five Approaches to Data Gathering
Sample Selection
Sample Size
Internal and External Need Assessment
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT)
Training--An Important Part of the Need Assessments Process
Planning Question
Assessment of Data and Presentation of Findings
Descriptive Statistics in Presenting the Findings
Planning Questions
Using Tables to Present Data
Graphic Presentation of Data
Descriptive Statistics
Planning Questions
Determining and Setting Priorities
Chapter Objectives
Step 5 of Planning Model
Barriers to Access of Health and Social Services
Factors Influencing Priority Setting
Priority Setting: Comparing Existing Resources, Services, and Gaps in Services
Planning Questions
Decision-Making Processes
Approaches and Models
Matrix Decision-Making Models
Setting Priorities of Needs
The Hanlon Method of Priority Setting
Planning Questions
How to Prepare for Implementation of Services: Getting Things Done
Chapter Objectives
Step 7 of Planning Model
Setting Activities in Order
Activities and Procedures Planning Protocol Document
Pilot Projects
Approaches to Determine Step-by-Step Procedures
Using the Planning Matrix
Levels of Importance of Activities
Planning Questions
Developing Timelines for Planning and Implementation
Chapter Objectives
Step 8 of Planning Model
Time in Planning and Implementation
Time: Its Determination and Use
Timelines Described
Planning Questions
Determining Priorities of Activities for Timelines and Implementation
Developing Timelines
Timeline Basics
Gantt Chart
PERT Charts
Timelines of General Use
Other Sample Timelines
Planning Questions
Implementation of Programs, Services, and Projects: Putting the Plan into Action
Chapter Objectives
Step 9 of Planning Model
Implementation Defined
Implementation Plan
Organizational Change and Project Implementation
Developing the Implementation Strategy
Planning Questions
Implementation Worksheets
Manpower Planning
Barriers to Implementation
Work Flow Planning
Anticipating Problems
Planning Questions
Evaluation and Feedback
Chapter Objectives
Step 10 of Planning Model
Evaluation in Health Promotion: Approaches and Constructs
Purposes of Evaluation
Evaluation Approaches and Designs
Reasons for and Uses of Evaluation
Variables in Assessment and Evaluation
Health Promotion Evaluation Standards
Planning Questions
CDC's Framework for Program Evaluation
Steps in and Levels of Evaluation
Management Issues in Evaluation
Reporting as a Part of Feedback
Planning Questions
Sample Budget for Use in Program Development and Planning
Suggested Format and Outline for Health Plan/Planning Report
Criteria for the Development of Health Promotion and Health Education Programs
Internet Health Planning and Program Development Resources
Epi Info
Epi Map: Geographic Information System (GIS)
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