Incorporating traditional evaluation, empowerment evaluation, results-based accountability, and continuous quality improvement, this manual’s ten-step process enhances practitioners’ prevention skills while empowering them to plan, implement, and evaluate programs.
Chapter #1: What Are the Underlying Needs and Conditions in the Community? (Needs/Resources)
Chapter #2: What Are the Goals, Target Populations, and Objectives (i.e., Desired Outcomes)? (Goals)
Chapter #3: Which Evidence-Based Programs Can Be Used to Reach Your Goal? (Best Practice)
Chapter #4: What Actions Need to Be Taken So That the Selected Program “Fits” the Community Context?
Chapter #5: What Organizational Capacities Are Needed to Implement the Program? (Capacities)
Chapter #6: What Is the Plan for this Program? (Plan)
Chapter #7: How Will the Quality of Program and/or Initiative Implementation Be Assessed? (Process)
Chapter #8: How Well Did the Program Work? (Outcomes)
Chapter #9: How Will Continuous Quality Improvement Strategies Be Incorporated? (CQI)
Chapter #10: If the Program Is Successful, How Will It Be Sustained? (Sustain)