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Piloting the Multiple Intervention Program Tool Ki
W e thought that users of the Multiple Intervention Program (MIP) Tool Kit would be interested in seeing what it was like for one Ontario Public Health Unit who decided to try out the Tool Kit in actually planning a program. Ottawa Public Health decided that it was a timely experiment, considering they needed to revisit program planning and evaluation because of the recent roll-out of the new provincial Ontario Public Health Standards (OPHS), and the need to make their work fit the new requirements.
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1 Background and Purpose 2318
2 Research Design 2417
3 Methods 2287
4 Pilot Implementation Process 6527
5 Interviews 4389
6 Impressions from Observing the Process 2286
7 Preliminary Conclusions 2187
8 References 2311