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Module 4: Monitor and Evaluate

Monitoring and evaluating are integral to creating successful multiple intervention programs. Keeping track of changes and assessing their impact tells us wherepicture8 interventions are working, or not, and what activities we should copy, expand or abandon. Because multiple intervention programs have longer timelines and focus on multiple levels and outcomes, monitoring and evaluation can’t just be tacked on at the end — they have to be included in planning from the beginning.

In Module 4 we work on developing tracking and evaluation plans suited to a multi-level, multi-intervention program. You’ll draw on intervention theory to develop ways to measure and evaluate the impact of your intervention on all the socio-ecological system levels you’re aiming at. You’ll also look for information on how to monitor spin-offs and feed results back into planning. To review how to design an evaluation plan for public health programs go to Porteous, N. (1997).

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1 Module 4 Introduction 3415
2 Use evidence to select and design an evaluation framework 4274
3 Develop a range of process and outcome indicators to evaluate your program 7742
4 Set up consistent data collection 3126
5 Develop tools to collect data on your program 8819
6 Use feedback to modify the program to make it more effective 4038
7 Plan to monitor spin-offs 2958
8 Module 4 Activity 2677
9 Module 4 Conclusion 2662
10 Final checklist 3062