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Module 4: Monitor and Evaluate

Review the theories and integrated theoretical framework from Module 2 you used to design your intervention, including:

Use an evaluation framework

A framework can help with the following:

  • Identify the social determinants of health that the intervention program plans to address
  • Guide the choice of theory or theories that will help identify program elements
  • Clarify the underlying principles and values that guide the planning and evaluation process

Once you’ve decided which interventions you’re using, you need to consider:

  • Key evaluation questions in order of priority
  • Success indicators
  • Data collection methods (tools, procedures)
  • Data analysis
  • Timeframe
  • Deliverables or products
  • Resources

Review the evidence to guide your choice of a framework for your evaluation planning process.

Use evidence to design an evaluation plan

Your evaluation plan can draw on sources such as projects with similar theoretical frameworks. Previous experience and literature may help answer these questions:

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 March 2009 08:56