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Évaluation axée sur les résultats
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​Objectifs

Les objectifs de l’évaluation des résultats menée par Santé publique Ontario (SPO) concernant le programme Action communautaire Enfants en santé (ACES) sont de déterminer les effets du programme ACES à l’échelle provinciale en ce qui concerne :

 

  • le poids santé des enfants;
  • les comportements en matière de santé des enfants, y compris l’activité physique, la sédentarité, l’alimentation saine et le sommeil; 
  • les comportements de soutien des parents;
  • les obstacles perçus à l’adoption de comportements sains;
  • la connaissance du programme ACES et la participation à ce programme.

 

L’évaluation des résultats est planifiée de sorte à inclure une collecte de données primaires de même qu’une analyse de jeux de données existants. Une évaluation distincte a été prévue pour les six collectivités du volet autochtone du programme ACES, qui ne participeront pas à ces activités de collecte de données.​

The outcomes evaluation includes two primary data collection activities as well as analysis of existing data. A separate evaluation is being planned for the six Aboriginal Stream HKCC communities, and will not be participating in these data collection activities. (See Evaluation of the HKCC in Aboriginal Stream Communities)

 

Activités s’inscrivant dans l’évaluation des résultats du programme ACES

​1. Interviews téléphoniques assistées par ordinateur (ITAO) auprès des parents ACES

  • Target Population: Parents with at least one child under 18 living in the household.
  • Purpose: To determine the impact of the HKCC on: parents’ support for child health behaviours; perceived barriers to parental support; and, parental awareness of the HKCC program.
  • Design: Repeat cross-sectional, administered to a random sample of parents residing in HKCC and non-HKCC communities.
  • Methods: Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI).
  • Timeline: Baseline data collected between February and March 31st, 2015 (completed); Follow-up data to be collected at the end of the HKCC program.
 
 

​​2. Collecte de données en milieu scolaire accompagné de mesures directes - projet pilote

  • Target Population: Children in Grades 5 and 6, and their parents.
  • Purpose: To develop and pilot -test tools for measuring the impact of the HKCC on: child healthy weights; child health behaviours; the relationship between parental support behaviours and child health behaviours; and, child awareness and participation in the HKCC program. These tools are available on here .
  • Design: Administered in two randomly sampled schools in Ontario – one French school and one English school.
  • Methods: Paper-and-pen survey administered in classrooms during class time, direct measures of child healthy weights conducted by trained PHO staff, survey of parents.
  • Timeline: Completed.
 
 

3. Évaluation des comportements matière de santé en utilisant le sondage sur la consommation de drogues et la santé des élèves de l'Ontario (SCDSEO)

  • Target Population: Children in Grades 7 and 8 in the OSDUHS database.
  • Purpose: To use an existing data source (OSDUHS) to evaluate the impact of the HKCC on: self-reported Body Mass Index (BMI), physical activity, sedentary behaviours and healthy eating.
  • Design: OSDUHS is a cross-sectional survey of Ontario students in Grades 7-12 collected every two years. There are 20 cycles of OSDUHS available for analysis of trend data over time at the provincial level.
  • Methods: We will undertake a comparative analysis of OSDUHS to evaluate differences between HKCC and non-HKCC communities. We have determined that the 2015 cycle of OSDUHS has approximately 1,400 students in Grade 7 or 8 that live in HKCC communities, and more than 2,000 that live in non-HKCC communities.
  • Timeline: Baseline comparison to be completed in 2016. Follow-up comparisons will be made at the end of the HKCC program
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4. Évaluation de l'IMC à partir de l'Electronic Medical Record Administrative data Linked Database (EMRALD)

  • Target Population: Children aged 1-12 in the EMRALD database, stored at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES).
  • Purpose: To use an existing data source (EMRALD) to evaluate the impact of the HKCC on directly measured BMI over time.
  • Design: EMRALD consists of clinically relevant information derived from electronic medical records maintained by family physicians practicing in Ontario
  • Methods: A comparative analysis of EMRALD data will be conducted by ICES analysts on PHO’s behalf to evaluate differences between HKCC and non-HKCC communities. In 2013, EMRALD had approximately 30,000 patients between the ages of 1-12, approximately 30% of these had height and weight data.
  • Timeline: A baseline comparison to be completed in 2016. Follow-up comparisons will be made at or near program end.
 

 

 

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