Foundations Of Health Promotion, Health Promotion Theories, Evidence Based Decision-Making, Research, Evaluation, Learning Methods, Ethics, Values & Assumptions, Best Practices

Creating a more reliable survey: Five tips for the real world

Contents

I Introduction
II Five tips to create more reliable responses
III Conclusions
IV References
V Resources

--By Allison Meserve, Health Promotion Consultant, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Health Evidence™: Using Evidence to Inform Practice

Contents

I Introduction
II About Health Evidence™
III Social media
IV Conclusion

--Submitted by Heather Husson, Olivia Marquez, and Jaime Stief, National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

I Introduction

Making the case for logic models

Contents

I Introduction
II Key elements of logic models
III Functions and benefits of logic models  
IV Conclusion
V Resources
VI References

--Submitted by Samiya Abdi, Health Promotion Consultant – Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Ethics and evidence generation: Steps to guide public health evaluations and promote ethical reflection throughout the lifecycle of an evaluation

Contents

I  Introduction
II What guides ethical reflection and practice?
III Three steps to incorporate ethical reflection into an evaluation
IV Lifecycle of an Evaluation: Ethical Considerations and Strategies
V Conclusion

--Submitted by Kim Bergeron, Charoula Tsamis, Allison Meserve

I  Introduction

Finding Traction in Public Health Ethics: Reflections and Practical Resources

--Submitted by Michael Keeling and Olivier Bellefleur, National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP)

Participatory Evaluation: The case for setting a place for ‘young people’ at the ‘adult’ table

Contents

I Introduction
II Principles of Youth Engagement
III Participatory Evaluation Benefits Youth
IV Participatory Data Collection and Analysis
V Facilitators for Participatory Data Collection and Analysis
VI Conclusion

--Submitted by Allison Meserve, Health Promotion Consultant, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario and Kristy Ste Marie, Acting Manager, YATI & Youth Engagement, Youth Advocacy Training Institute, Ontario Lung Association

I Introduction

Evaluate for Action: Developing a Communication and Reporting Plan for Evaluation Results

Contents

I  Introduction
II Identifying and understanding your stakeholders
III Defining communication objectives
IV Considerations and barriers to dissemination
V Channels and formats
VI Conclusion
VII References
VIII Resources

--Submitted by Laura Bellissimo, Health Promotion Coordinator and Allison Meserve, Health Promotion Consultant; Health Promotion Capacity Building at Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Addressing challenges of evaluating health communication campaigns

Contents

I Introduction
II Health communication evaluation challenges
III Comprehensive evaluation efforts to address challenges
IV Demonstrating causal inference in health communication efforts
V Conclusion

--Submitted by Sophie Rosa

I Introduction

Literature searching: easier than finding a needle in a haystack

Contents

I Introduction
II Some considerations when searching the literature
III Conclusion
IV Resources
V References

--Submitted by Allison Meserve, Health promotion consultant and Kara DeCorby, Senior knowledge product advisor, Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Is data a health promotion issue?

Contents

I Introduction: No more long-form census
II Open data
III Big data
IV Health promoters and data
V Resources

--Submitted by Robyn Kalda, Health Nexus

I Introduction: No more long-form census

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