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Health Promotion Cycle: Evaluation


In this video, Dr. Bruce will explain evaluation in the health promotion cycle. Evaluation is not an endpoint but a part of the process.

These are the question when you think about evaluation:

  • Has the implementation been carried out as intended?
  • Have the interventions been executed as planned?
  • Have the causes behavioral or environmental risks changed?
  • Has the risk itself changed?
  • Has the problem lessened?

Also, there are criteria when considering evaluation.

  • What criteria could you use to judge the value or effectiveness of the program?
  • What criteria would the stakeholders use to judge the value or effectiveness of the program?

Next, Dr. Bruce presents the strategy to evaluate. The diagram shows the process of when and how we evaluate. We evaluate during the planning, the implementation, and at the end of it all.

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