In this section, you will learn about some of the different types of evaluation that can be used in your health education activities. Look carefully at Figure. It illustrates the three most usual types of evaluation. 1 Process evaluation Process evaluation is concerned with assessing the process of your health education implementation and how the work takes place. It can be carried out throughout your activities and can guide you to make changes to maximise your effectiveness and efficiency. In process evaluation, you evaluate the progress of work performance — whether the planned activities are carried out efficiently, cost effectively and as scheduled. Process evaluation is conducted while health education activities are going on. Check for Educational Evaluations in US at[…]

Evaluation is a process used by researchers, practitioners, and educators to assess the value of a given program, project, or policy. The primary purposes of evaluation in public health education and promotion are to: (1) determine the effectiveness of a given intervention and/or (2) assess and improve the quality of the intervention. Through evaluation, we can identify our level of success in evoking desired outcomes and accomplishing desired objectives.This is accomplished by carefully formulating specific, measurable objective statements that enable evaluators to assess if the intervention influences intended indicators and/or if the correct measures were used to gage effectiveness. Determining the impact of our efforts has vast implications for the future of the intervention. For example, through evaluation we are[…]