Program Development and Evaluation in Prevention

Program Development and Evaluation in Prevention

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This seventh book in the Prevention Practice Kit illustrates how carefully constructed programs are involved with reaching prevention goals. Using examples and drawing from a clearly presented framework, this book helps readers easily translate concepts of program development and evaluation (PD&E) into doable, practical steps.

This book is guided by five tenets:

Prevention occurs through programs applied early.; A program is comprised of interrelated elements existing within an open system.; PD&E involves cyclical phases of planning, implementation and effects, while being infused by the processes of community, collaboration, and cultural relevance.; Conducting prevention PD&E relies on both technical and people skills.; Effective programs depend on sound processes that are guided by an overall 10-step PD&E in Prevention Model, which include planning the program, implementing process evaluation, and ...

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