Program Evaluation Resources
Introduction to Program Evaluation for Public Health Programs: A Self-Study Guide
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Taylor-Powell E, Steele S, Douglas M. Planning a program evaluation. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension, 1996 (see Web-based entry on page 66).
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Pages in this Report
- Introduction to Program Evaluation for Public Health Programs: A Self-Study Guide
- Cover Page
- Guide Contents
- Executive Summary
- Step 1: Engage Stakeholders
- Step 2: Describe the Program
- Step 3: Focus the Evaluation Design
- Step 4: Gather Credible Evidence
- Step 5: Justify Conclusions
- Step 6: Ensure Use of Evaluation Findings and Share Lessons Learned
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