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Process evaluation for public health interventions and research

Author: Allan B Steckler; Laura Linnan
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, ©2002.
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Process evaluation for public health interventions and research.
San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, c2002
(OCoLC)606936121
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Allan B Steckler; Laura Linnan
ISBN: 0787959766 9780787959760
OCLC Number: 50340016
Description: xxviii, 400 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Community-related process evaluation efforts. Process evaluation of an asset-based teen pregnancy prevention project: healthy, empowered, and responsible teens of Oklahoma City --
Process evaluation of implementation and dissemination of a sun safety program at swimming pools --
Process evaluation of the Adolescent Social Action Program in New Mexico --
Process evaluation of the church-based PRAISE! project: partnership to reach African Americans to increase smart eating. Worksite-related process evaluation efforts. The Working Well Trial: selected process evaluation results --
Health Works for Women: process evaluation results. School-related process evaluation efforts. Safer Choices, a school-based HIV, STD, and pregnancy prevention program for adolescents: process evaluation issues related to curriculum implementation --
Using children as change agents to increase fruit and vegetable consumption among lower-income African American parents: process evaluation results of the Bringing It Home program --
Lessons learned from the Pathways process evaluation. National or state process evaluation efforts. STEPES: the development and testing of a database program monitoring tool --
Developing a process to evaluate a national injury prevention program: the Indian Health Service Injury Prevention Program --
Tracking the process and progress of the national folic acid campaign.
Responsibility: Allan Steckler, Laura Linnan, editors ; foreword by Barbara A. Israel.
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