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Advanced Program Evaluation. Year Developed: n.a.. Source: New York City, Long Island, Lower Tri-County Public Health Training Center. Presenter(s): n.a.. Type: Online Course. Level: Advanced. Length: 45 minutes.

Annotation: This online course allows learners to take on the role of a staff member at the Middleton County Health Department tasked with helping to develop an evaluation plan for an obesity-prevention program recently launched in Middleton County. Using the CDC Program Evaluation Framework, learners will connect each step of the framework with a section of the evaluation plan, going into detailed discussion about: incorporating stakeholders, logic models and evaluation questions in the process; characteristics of different research designs for evaluation and considerations for choosing an appropriate design; options for data collection methods and sampling; and thinking through threats to validity. Additionally, the learner will review strategies for conducting rigorous evaluations within constraints of budget, time, and resources.

Learning Objectives: • Appreciate that a comprehensive evaluation plan addresses a program logic, stakeholders, evaluation questions and evaluation design. • Assess advantages and limitations of evaluation designs, including randomized, quasi-experimental and pre-post designs. • Appraise and compare options for data collection methods, measures and sampling strategies. • Identify and address associated threats to validity. • Identify strategies for addressing budget, time, data and political constraints in evaluation practice.

Special Instructions: Prerequisites Through prior training or experience, trainees are expected to have some background knowledge of the following topics: Social science research methods Logic models Stakeholders Process and outcome evaluation Evaluation questions CDC Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health

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