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Evaluating Health Promotion Programs: Resources

An essential element of designing and improving health promotion programs is evaluation.  Effective evaluation involves clarifying the program, engaging stakeholders, assessing resources, developing evaluation questions, gathering and analyzing data, and utilizing the results. Our collection of evaluation resources can assist you in designing and implementing evaluation projects.

We have recently released two new resources to support evaluation. The  Evaluating Health Promotion Programs: Introductory workbook, describes ten steps involved in evaluating health promotion programs, or related initiatives such as public policy or communications. The fillable worksheets support implementation of select steps in your evaluation. Use the information in the workbook to help you fill in each worksheet. To complement the workbook, a series of audio presentations provide a brief overview of each step.  

These products were developed by PHO’s Health Promotion Capacity Building team. The HPCB team focuses on building capacity in core competency areas of public health including program planning, evaluation, healthy public policies and bylaws including alcohol policy, health communication and social marketing, community and stakeholder engagement, and other health promotion topics. 

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Introductory workbook

 

Worksheets

Audio presentations

Situational Assessment

 
Situational assessment 
 
 

Evaluation at a glance: Summary

Six steps to planning a health promotion program 
 
 

These products were developed by PHO’s Health Promotion Capacity Building team. The HPCB team focuses on building capacity in core competency areas of public health including program planning and evaluation, healthy public policies and bylaws including alcohol policy, health communication and social marketing, community and stakeholder engagement, and other health promotion topics.
Visit www.publichealthontario.ca/hpcb for more information.

 

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