3 edition of evaluation of the Scott Hospital Community Based Distribution Family Planning Programme found in the catalog.
evaluation of the Scott Hospital Community Based Distribution Family Planning Programme
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by David Hall.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.L45 H35 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 45, 6, 1 p. : 30 cm.|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||93983467|
The Calhoun-Liberty Hospital used NACCHO’s MAPP model for community health planning which provided a strategic approach to community health improvement. This model utilizes six distinct phases: 1. Partnership development and organizing for success 2. Visioning 3. The Four MAPP assessments Community Health Status AssessmentFile Size: 7MB. Among health areas with Champion Communities compared with health areas with no champion community, there were statistically significant increases in health area indicator rates in antenatal care (48%), early and exclusive breastfeeding (77%), family planning (55%), assisted birth (50%) and decreased moderate malnutrition rates (44%).
Community based drop-in services have been successfully established in many other areas of health and human services. These include services targeting sexual health [24,25,26,27]; homelessness [28, 29]; youth services [26, 28, 30,31,32,33]; eating disorders ; smoking cessation [35, 36]; needle exchange programs and safe injecting rooms .While the services differ greatly in their Cited by: 1. out of 5 stars Healthcare Outcomes Management: Strategies for Planning and Evaluation by Dale J. Block Reviewed in the United States on May 8, The author is 5/5(4).
PROGRESS worked with a variety of international partners to help advocate for the introduction, sustainability and scale-up of community-based family planning, including community-based access to injectable contraceptives. Selected activities, described below, include leadership roles in global technical meetings and the development of materials to support community-based. Technical Assistance and Training. FHOP's training and technical assistance activities build capacity for effective use of data for assessment, planning, policy development and program evaluation by government and non-profit agencies and community-based organizations.
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Community-based family planning (CBFP) programs bring family planning (FP) information and methods to women and men in the communities where they live, rather than requiring visits to health facilities. The increased access provided by CBFP is particularly important for people living in remote areas, where transportation is difficult to find or expensive, where little is known about FP, in.
Author(s): Hall,D Title(s): An evaluation of the Scott Hospital Community Based Distribution Family Planning Programme/ D. Hall. Country of Publication: Lesotho Publisher: . Description: ix, 45,  p. Providing effective and acceptable family planning services to sub-Saharan Africa's rural population is a challenge for health care providers and policymakers.
Community-based distribution (CBD) is one method of family planning service provision that has been used to reach populations with limited access to services. This approach uses workers who live in or visit communities. Author(s): Bertrand, Magnani, Rutenberg Year: Abstract: This page manual prepares readers to: 1) differentiate between the main types of program evaluation, program monitoring, and impact assessment; 2) critically evaluate the strengths and limitations of alternative methods for impact assessment; 3) assess and select the types of evaluation most appropriate to a given setting; 4.
Author(s): Hall,David, Title(s): An evaluation of the Scott Hospital community based distribution family planning programme/ by David Hall.
Family Planning Program Evaluation is not a well-developed art, much less an exact science. The evaluation of the performance of such programs has received a good deal of attention but the methodologies are still controversial and the results inconclusive.
This is due to a wide variety of constraints, not all of which are technical, and most of which are not unique to family by: Project/programme monitoring and evaluation guide Assess the project/programme’s human resources capacity for M&E 69 Determine the extent of local participation 69 Determine the extent of outside expertise 72 Define the roles and responsibilities for M&E 72File Size: 2MB.
MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF FAMILY PLANNING / REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROGRAMS – HEALTH SYSTEM- PROJECT- & FACILITY-BASED INFORMATION Alfredo L.
Fort, MD, PhD Area Manager WHO Reproductive Health and Research Department Research Capacity, Policy and Programme Strengthening Unit Training Course in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research. Program Design Monitoring and Evaluation (PDME) of Family Planning Programs A Training Manual for Program Managers Child Survival Technical Support Plus (CSTS+) ORC Macro Calverton, Maryland, USA.
Save the Children Westport, Connecticut, USA. September (revised ). Family Planning Program Performance 71 want, then we need to devote some of our evaluative resources to experiments and/ or in-depth investigations of client reac-tions to family planning programs" (Reynolds, e, p.
48). Evaluations of changes in behavior have been measured largely in terms of contraceptive acceptance and continued use. Advancing Quality Family Planning Practices: A Guide for Health Centers is a resource to support health centers in their efforts to improve access to high quality and comprehensive family planning services.
This Guide was prepared for the National Association of Community Health Centers, Inc. (NACHC)File Size: KB. Planning Outcomes-Based Outreach. Projects, is intended for those who need guidance in designing a good evaluation plan.
By addressing evaluation in the planning stage, you are committing to doing it and you are more likely to make it integral to the overall project. The booklet describes how to do the following: 1. Plan your program with a. Health Program Planning and Evaluation: A Practical, Systematic Approach for Community Health Kelly, Patricia J.
PhD, MPH, RN, FNP Family & Community Health: January-March - Volume 29 - Issue 1. renovations, and community mobilization has lead to high quality service and to increased utilization. There were however challenges that adversely affected family planning utilization.
In some facilities visited family planning services were not fully integrated with other maternal and child health and HIV/AIDS Size: KB. The specific objectives of the handbook are: (1) to differentiate the levels for which family planning evaluation indicators are needed (program versus population level); (2) to compile in a single volume those indicators judged most useful in family planning program evaluation; (3) to provide a definition of these indicators in an effort to.
centers, Indian Health Service sites and other community clinics. The federal Title X family planning program sets the standards that unify more than half of all publicly funded family planning clinics. For four decades, Title X has served as the only federal program devoted to the provision of family planning services to poor and low-income women.
In January FP released a review of the evolution of rights-based family planning and how FP has put rights at the center of our own work. We interviewed the authors of that report, Sandra Jordan and Karen Hardee to understand more about the thinking that went into this review.
The conversation has been edited for space and clarity. Community-based family planning (CBFP), commonly known as Community-Based Distribution (CBD), program refers to programs that use community organizations, structures, resources and institutions to promote and distribute the use of safe contraceptive technologies.
Evaluation of Two Programs Supporting Global Family Planning Data Needs. Summary. This summary of an evaluation of both programs is based on interviews with more than stakeholders in the United States and 15 program countries, statistical analysis of the PMA survey, and analysis of stakeholder ratings of data maturity and Author: Melinda Moore, Laura J.
Faherty, Shira H. Fischer, Kathryn E. Bouskill, Julie DaVanzo, Claude Messan. Evaluation of Program Options to Meet Unmet Need for Family Planning in Ethiopia. childbearing, and opposition from husband’s family and community.
Ethiopia is at a high-fertility stage, where the use of contraceptive methods is low and the size of the unmet need group is high. This is because more couples are becoming aware of theFile Size: KB. FRAMEWORK FOR PROGRAM EVALUATION IN PUBLIC HEALTH.
Effective program evaluation is a systematic way to improve and account for public health actions by involving procedures that are useful, feasible, ethical, and accurate. The recommended framework was developed to guide public health professionals in using program evaluation.2 Evaluation of Two Programs Supporting Global Family Planning Data Needs Program Profiles PMA was designed to generate family planning data through annual, rapid-turnaround, nationally representative surveys of households and health facilities on which to base annual progress reports of core FP indicators.Making Health Communication Programs Work broad-based consumer research and evaluation expertise has enhanced the book’s content and quality.
Both have provided hours of review and consultation, and we are grateful to them for their contributions. Planning for Production, Distribution, Promotion, and Process Evaluation