Evidence and assessment for a delivered program. This indicator is one component of the Program design need and resources indicator.
Each question should be reviewed individually to identify areas of strength and growth opportunities.
- Is there evidence that this program can effectively change behavior?
- Does the program provide a way to assess how well the activities are being delivered (e.g., a detailed program checklist that describes the important elements)?
- Short name
- Program evidence
Statuses: [LogicalOutcomes: Recorded]The capacity of an organization to achieve its goals.
Partnerships for the goals
Statuses: [LogicalOutcomes: Recorded]United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 17: Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development A successful sustainable development agenda requires partnerships ...
This set of questions is adapted from Kaiser Permanente's Strategy Selection Checklist, which is designed to help implementers decide on the most effective community health strategies. LogicalOutcomes revised the form to make it more relevant to human service agencies. The form has not been validated as a measurement tool, but can be used by agencies as a simple way to gauge community need and program evidence.
A score should be given for each of the data elements to review strengths and weaknesses.
- Organization program - community resources capacity (evidence), yes/no/don't know code N
- Organization program - community resources capacity (assessment), yes/no/don't know code N
Adapted with permission from:
Kaiser Permanente. Strategy selection checklist. Accessed October 1, 2017. https://share.kaiserpermanente.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/StrategySelectionChecklist.pdf
Center for Community Health and Evaluation. “Healthy Dose: A Toolkit for Boosting the Impact of Community Health Strategies; version 1.1.”, co-developed with Kaiser Permanente: https://share.kaiserpermanente.org/article/dose-creating-measuring-impact/
Surveys and interviews
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