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Another model, PRECEDE model, was adapted from Green and Kreuter in 2005. This model is well-known. You can check the slide with their framework. To simplify it, you can ask five questions in the planning stage:

  • How serious is the health issue, concern, or problem?
  • Which behavioral and environmental risk factors are involved?
  • What contributes to those risk factors?
  • Which combination of interventions might change these factors?
  • How can those interventions be implemented?

You will also need to consider your goal and objective.

  • Goal – what do you ultimately want to achieve with the program, corresponds to health problem or concern.

  • Objectives – the changes to be brought about by the target group, corresponds to risk/protective factors and contributing factors that cause/result in the health concern.

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