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Conceptualising the wider societal outcomes of a community health intervent...

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University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall Campus

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RPA SEHW Research Methods Seminars

Presentation by Dr Colin Baker and Prof Paul Courtney of the CCRI

Contemporary theories and models applied in health promotion evaluation lack sensitivity with respect to recognising and accounting for the wider ecological context in which behaviour takes place. This leads to a deficit in knowledge concerning the nature and value of outcomes experienced by people at which programmes are targeted. We introduce an evaluation framework designed to understand and value the changes that occurred as a consequence of a two-year health promotion programme in the UK.

This seminar will be of interest to professionals involved in health promotion, service evaluation and health research.

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