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How does the tool kit fit into public health unit planning and evaluation? Print E-mail

Ontario Public Health PractionersThe tool kit’s steps and processes are designed to fit in with commonly used planning processes, either for annual operations or new initiatives. It gives helpful prompts for making decisions and documenting your planning. Click here to see how to integrate multiple intervention programs into program logic. You’ll see how each module lines up with each step of program logic.

The tool kit asks key questions about planning, implementing, and evaluating, such as:

  • Have you considered all the elements of a socio-ecological assessment?
  • Is your intervention aimed at multiple levels?
  • Have you got a plan for evaluating what impact synergies have on the intervention?

There are a variety of templates you can adapt for the information you gather in your socio-ecological assessment and operational and evaluation planning. [Check out these templates used by one public health unit: Operational Planning and Logic Model] For example, you can add information to the logic model to capture the theory behind your interventions, or add a column to the operational plan to capture how the staging of the intervention capitalizes on synergies. And you can develop an evaluation plan that shows the results you’re looking for at various levels.

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 May 2009 17:47