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Challenges in evaluating Multiple Intervention Programs: an online Toolkit

Date & Time: Friday, 28 November 2008, 01:00 PM — 02:30 PM (Eastern Time)
Multiple Intervention Programs (MIPs) are often needed to address complex public health issues. They use integrated theoretical frameworks to deliberately select interconnected intervention strategies. These target multiple socio-ecological system levels to capitalize on the synergies among system levels. Such programs present challenges for evaluation.

This Fireside Chat looked at an online evaluation tool and shared some examples of how it was used re: a participatory research-based cancer screening program for minority women; and a community-based project to prevent falls among seniors. 

Advisors on Tap:
Mechthld Meyer, M Ed, Alma Estable, MSW

Mechthild Meyer, M.Ed, and Alma Estable MSW are Qualitative Research Consultants with the University of Ottawa Community Health Research Unit, and researchers with Gentium Consulting, a community-based research firm.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 October 2009 21:33

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Meeting the Evaluative Challenges of Multiple Intervention Programs with a Web-based Toolkit

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