MHP SLP 4
Module 4 – SLP
SLP: Fourth Part
Anyone can have a program. In fact, often times one is put together on a whim without really thinking through what the goals will be or how it will be evaluated. However, it is very important to assess the effectiveness of any program to determine if it should continue or be terminated. For the fourth part of your SLP, using information from the readings and your interviewee, answer the following questions concerning the program you selected in Module 1.
1. What are the goals/objectives of the program?
2. What method of evaluation was chosen?
3. Why was this method chosen?
4. What were some of the specific steps used to evalaute the program?
5. What has the program manager discovered about the program based upon an evaluation?
SLP Assignment Expectations
1. Please make sure that you include scholarly references to support your interview.
1. Be sure to conduct additional research to gather sufficient information to familiarize yourself with the facts of the case and be sure to justify/support your position.
2. Limit your responses to a 2-3 pages. Times new roman font 12 pt. DS. Please use sub headings.
3. Please support your discussions with scholarly support (3-5 references). Be sure to properly cite all references in text citations and reference page
4. Apply critical thinking skills the the assignment component.
Module 4 – Background
A framework for program evaluation. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/eval/framework/index.htm
Decisions analysis in healthcare: Program evaluation. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://gunston.gmu.edu/healthscience/730/default.asp
Formea, C. M., PharmD., Nicholson, Wayne T,M.D., PharmD., McCullough, K. B., PharmD., Berg, K. D., Berg, M. L., PharmD., Cunningham, J. L., PharmD., . . . Stollings, J. L., PharmD. (2013). Development and evaluation of a pharmacogenomics educational program for pharmacists.
Hallinan, C. (2010). Program logic: a framework for health program design and evaluation — the Pap nurse in general practice program. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 16(4), 319-325.
McNamara, C. (n.d.). Designing your program evaluation plans. Retrieved from http://managementhelp.org/freenonprofittraining/program-evaluation.htm
Ross, M. (2010). Designing and using program evaluation as a tool for reform. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 5(12), 481-506.
Shackman, G. (n.d.). What is program evaluation? Retrieved from http://gsociology.icaap.org/methods/evaluationbeginnersguide.pdf
Schlueter, D. F., Thompson, W. W., Mason, T. A., Rayton, M., & Arriola, K. J. (2010). A qualitative evaluation of the avon foundation community education and outreach initiative patient navigation program.
Yam, P., Fales, D., Jemison, J., Gillum, M., & Bernstein, M. (2012). Implementation of an antimicrobial stewardship program in a rural hospital. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 69(13), 1142-1148.
Barber, J., Frantsve, L., Capelli, S., & Sanders, K. (2012) Implementation and evaluation of an integrated care program in a VA medical center. Psychological Services, 8(4), 282-293.
Hlubocky, J., Stuckey, L., Schuman, A., & Stevenson, J. (2012). Evaluation of a transplantation specialty pharmacy program. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 69(4), 370-374.
Spielberg, F., Kurth, A., Reidy, W., McKnight, T., Dikobe, W., & Wilson, C. (2011). Iterative Evaluation in a Mobile Counseling and Testing Program to Reach People of Color at Risk for HIV-New Strategies Improve Program Acceptability, Effectiveness, and Evaluation Capabilities. Aids Education and Prevention, 110-116.
Vernberg, E., Roberts, M., & Jacobs, A. (2008). Outcomes and Findings of Program Evaluation for the Intensive Mental Health Program. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 17(2), 178-190.