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Using Indicators for Program Planning and Evaluation


Using Indicators for Program Planning and Evaluation cover.The evaluation guide, Using DHDSP Outcome Indicators for Policy and Systems Change for Program Planning and Evaluation, is a technical assistance tool designed to assist with program and evaluation planning for heart disease and stroke prevention activities. It is intended for use by National Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (NHDSP) program grantees, state health departments, advocates, evaluators, and researchers in program and evaluation planning that are using the DHDSP Outcome Indicators for Policy and Systems Change. It is best to use this guide in conjunction with other Program Evaluation Guides in the series:


  • Writing SMART Objectives
  • Developing and Using a Logic Model
  • Developing an Evaluation Plan
  • Fundamentals of Evaluating Partnerships

Without duplicating previously published information, this guide provides an overview of some fundamental considerations for heart disease and stroke prevention programs and partners as they incorporate DHDSP outcome indicators into evaluation planning and implementation. Although this guide focuses primarily on the use of outcome indicators for evaluation of policy, systems, and environmental change approaches to heart disease and stroke prevention, it also notes how indicators may be used in program planning.


 
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