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Kinesiology&Physical Education
EDKP 330
David J Pearsall

12/4/2012 5:43:00 AM Program evaluation  Does it work?  Does it have the desired effect?  What led to success? Program effectiveness  Formative evaluation o What are needs? o Less focus on outcome, more on designing program o What might enhance participation o What do experts say o Who is target population o May consider a needs assessment  Process evaluation o Main focus is on program or policy implementation o May examine delivery strategies o May examine delivery alternatives  Outcome evaluation o Aka: “impact evaluation” o Was program effective? o Did it produce desired effects?  Cost-effectiveness evaluation o Often over looked o How do costs compare to alternate delivery’  Ex. implementing X-country skiing in a high schoo  How many skis do we get? Boots?  How can we raise this money?  is it cost effective o Health economics: looks at cost-effectiveness issues Formative:  Need of demand  Resources o Funding o Personnel o Partnerships o Places o Staff  Process: Uncontrolable external factors o Audience: target pop, related subgroups o Activities: staff trainings, educational events, programs  outcomes: ultimate goals o Short term: changes in antecedents, program participation, costs o mid term: changes in outomces outside program, costs o long term: changes in outcomes outside program, policy, costs ** look in lecture to find slide with flow chart ** Partnership development and advocacy 12/4/2012 5:43:00 AM Partnership” joining of two or more persons/organization for the purpose of achieving a common goal  Not all created equal, fall into 1 of 3 categories o Cooperation  Less formal/structured  May share resources and communicate on a regular basis, but will continue with own work o Coordination  More formal and structure around the compatibility of the mission statements of all the partners  More indepth and formalized that cooperation o Collaboration  Most organized and structured from of PA partnering, uniting groups or individuals toward a common cause of mission  Characterized as substantial resource sharing, statements of shared objectives, and mutual account-ability for shared work 5 steps to successful PA advocacy  examine the scientific evidence about PA o PIA is a leading cause of death, non-communicable disease and disability  Communicate key findings to policy makers o Government o Corporate leaders  Offer credible, evidence-based strategies to increase PA  Mobilize a strategy for advocacy o Political o Media o Professional o Community  Continue communications and create a demand for change o Keep the issue prominent in the public media Key questions  Do I need a partnership to accomplish my physical activity and public health objective? o If the answer is no, then a partnership may not be effective and could get in the way  Who should I recruit o Most Effective partnership when each partner brings unique skill
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