Evaluation is a core function of public health and health system leadership. It provides evidence to improve the design, delivery, reach and impact of health interventions in the many different contexts of the health system. This unit develops student competencies in health intervention evaluation, including stakeholder consultation, evaluation design and planning, needs assessment, logic modelling, evaluability assessment and relevant conceptual frameworks relevant to evaluation in public health and health system practice and leadership. This is underpinned by exploration of the different evaluation approaches and designs and the research and evaluation methods used in evaluation practice.
|Unit name||Evaluating Health Interventions|
|Faculty/School||College of Health and Medicine
Tasmanian School of Medicine
Dr Keith Harris
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Assignment 1 (2000 words) (50%), Assignment 2 (1500 words)(30%) Contribution to discussion boards and exercises (20%)
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