Evaluation in a Nutshell

Evaluation in a Nutshell

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Evaluation in a Nutshell 2e provides students with a succinct guide to the strategic and technical issues that arise during the evaluation of health promotion programs.







The perfect companion to Theory in a Nutshell 3e, this book contains practical advice on how to understand, interpret and assess existing health promotion programs. This guide includes not only individual interventions but also community and population health programs, and demonstrates the need to tailor each evaluation to suit the circumstances of the particular program.







This second edition has been fully updated, and includes:



* a new chapter focusing on the evaluation of studies on smaller group programs for replication and dissemination to the wider population



* separate chapters on formative evaluation and process evaluation to provide students with a more thorough explanation and therefore better understanding of these two areas.





Written by international experts in health promotion, this book will guide students in developing the core skills necessary for valuable and practical evaluations.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 55 x 82 x 4mm | 214g
  • McGraw-Hill Education / Australia
  • Australia
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 0071016201
  • 9780071016209
  • 102,565

Table of contents

Chapter 1:Planning for evaluation
Chapter 2:Research and evaluation in health promotion - key stages, methods and types
Chapter 3:Formative evaluation
Chapter 4:Process evaluation
Chapter 5:Evaluation methods for health promotion projects (interventions)
Chapter 6:Complex Program Evaluation
Chapter 7:Evaluation methods for program replication and dissemination
Chapter 8:Evidence, practice, policy and the critical practitioner
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About Adrian Bauman

Adrian E. Bauman is Professor of Public Health and Epidemiology at the School of Community Medicine at the University of New South Wales and Director of the Epidemiology Unit at Liverpool Hospital in Sydney. He is also Research Director of the Australian Centre for Health Promotion and an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Health and Behavioral Sciences at Deakin University. He has written extensively for journals, monographs and contributed chapters on public health. Don Nutbeam is Pro Vice- Chancellor and Head of the College of Health Sciences at Sydney University. He was formerly head of Public Health in the UK Department of Health.
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