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

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 238 pages
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Planning, program development, and evaluation are emerging as routine functions of health care and social agencies. The concepts and approaches presented in this book provide an efficient approach to planning, program development, and evaluation for all health and human service populations. It functions both as a handbook for busy administrators as well as a text for undergraduate and graduate level courses. The primary focus is on health or social services organizations, with an emphasis on health promotion/health education and health and human services for the elderly.
 

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Contents

History and Development of Health Promotion
1
1 Health Education Model
3
List of Figures
5
Aging and Social Service Planning
12
4 LongTerm Care Continuum
14
Program Development for Aging Services
23
The Mission Statement
29
Organization and Community Assessment
37
1 StepbyStep Activity Planning Matrix
144
CHAPTERS Developing Timelines for Planning
147
2 Gantt ChartManagement of a Health Promotion
152
Timelines
156
5 Sample Timeline for Opening of a Hospital
158
9 Sample Timeline for Hypertension Control
164
References
168
Implementation Worksheets
174

Writing Goals and Objectives
65
1 Example of Planning Sheets for Objectives
71
References
85
1 Results of Need Assessments Identifying Gaps
91
Need Assessment Approaches
93
2 The PRECEDE Model
100
4 Area Graph
112
Determining and Setting Priorities
119
1 Findings of Need Assessments Identify Gaps
123
5 Decision TreeElderly Housing Site Determination
130
1 Planning WheelImplementation Checklist
175
5 Work Flow for Planning Development of
182
Evaluation and Feedback
185
1 Form 1
192
2 CDC Evaluation Wheel
201
4 Systems Model Showing Feedback Loop Used in
209
APPENDIX A Sample Budget for Use in Program Development
213
Criteria for the Development of Health
219
Index
233
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About the author (2003)

Timmreck received his Ph.d. in Health Science from the University of Utah; an M.A. in Community Health from Oregon State University; an M.A. in Counseling Psychology: Human Relations and Behavior from Young University; and a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from the Rocky Mountain Gerontology Center at the University of Utah.

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