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Library Resources: PHW/PH 205 Program Planning, Development, and Evaluation: Program & Evaluation Resources

PH 205: Program Planning, Development, and Evaluation. Tips & Tools to Help You

Health Promotion, Planning, Evaluation Resources

Community Toolbox (Univ. of Kansas)
Provides over 6,000 pages of practical skill-building information on over 250 different topics. Topic sections include step-by-step instruction, examples, check-lists, and related resources. It has sections on leadership, strategic planning, community assessment, advocacy, grant writing, and evaluation, as well as Best Practices examples and evidence. Tool Box will help with skill building, work planning, and troubleshooting.

Measuring Success Toolkit (Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project)
This toolkit provides guidance on how to use data to plan a health program and to measure its success through monitoring and evaluation. Sections include Program Planning, Program Monitoring and Program Evaluation. Site also includes topic-specific tools on MCH, HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health, Water, and more.

The Registry of Methods and Tools (National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools)
A searchable, online collection of methods (processes) and tools (instruments) for knowledge translation in public health.
Includes such resources as the Partnership Guide: practical tips, checklists, stories and strategies to help develop, sustain, and evaluate a partnership.

Prevention Institute: Tools
Support the crafting, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive prevention initiatives and effective coalitions. The tools include information on developing effective coalitions, developing prevention plans, and more.

Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T. (National Cancer Inst.)
Step-by-steps for developing programs, also has information by cancer control topic.(P.L.A.N.E.T. = Plan, Link, Act, Network with Evidence-based Tools).

Evaluation & Program Planning Resources (Public Health Ontario)
Numerous publications, manuals, tip sheets, web sites, and more.

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