1. Introduction to Evaluation ; 2. Planning an Evaluation ; 3. Efficacy and Effectiveness Evaluation ; 4. Measurement and Analysis in Evaluation ; 5. Process and Qualitative Evaluation ; 6. Cost Analysis and Economic Evaluation
Richard Windsor, PhD, MS, MPH, is Professor Emeritus of Prevention and Community Health at George Washington University. Dr. Windsor has more than 45 years of experience evaluating all aspects of local, state, and national health promotion and disease prevention programs. Over a 35-year period (1980-2014), he led an evidence-based counseling program cited by the Agency for HealthCare Research and Quality (AHRQ, 2000 and 2008) for routine delivery to patients in prenatal care.
The book presents information on how to effectively evaluate health promotion programs. The numerous case studies, along with the business side of the cost analysis ratio make it a great interdisciplinary book. * Doody's Notes *