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Introduction to the modules

This tool kit will help make the complex job of planning and evaluating multiple intervention programs easier and more interesting.

Picture 4This introduction module offers information on the tool kit’s structure and explains more about multiple intervention programs and why they’re important in public health. It describes the challenges of working with multiple intervention programs, with specific implications for Ontario public health units.

The tool kit has four interactive modules, one for each of the main components of the multiple intervention framework (Download PDF). The four modules are:

Each component is one stage in multiple intervention planning and evaluation.  Each module describes the stage and explains issues critical to multiple intervention program planning and evaluation for it. Each stage has three to five sub-steps, designed to help you work with one of the six key MIP features. Because the six features are interconnected, they appear in different places throughout the planning and evaluation cycle.

Each module also has real-life examples and scenarios illustrating the sub-step you’re working on.  We have three main program examples — tobacco and young adults, falls and the elderly and cancer screening with immigrant women — that run through all four modules to show how they were planned and evolved and how challenges were met through each stage. For more information please refer to the Main Case Examples.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2009 14:11