2 edition of effectiveness of community-based heart health projects found in the catalog.
effectiveness of community-based heart health projects
1996 by Quality of Nursing Worklife Research Unit, McMaster University, University of Toronto in Hamilton, Ont, [Toronto] .
Written in English
|Statement||M. Dobbins, H. Thomas.|
|Series||Quality of Nursing Worklife Research Unit working paper series -- 96-1|
|LC Classifications||RT98 .D63 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
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A cost effective, community based heart health promotion project in England: prospective comparative study. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether a community based coronary heart disease health promotion project, undertaken over four years, was associated with changes in the prevalence in adults of lifestyle risk factors known to affect the development of coronary heart disease, and to estimate whether such an approach was cost effective.
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At the heart of community-based health care is a reconceptualization of health delivery and planning. Community-based health care does not simply expand access to health services but rather deploys communities to give direction to any health initiatives.
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Recent work in community-based prevention has also sought to address the distribution of health and risk factors in populations through programs. Goodman RM, Wheeler FC, Lee PR. Evaluation of the Heart To Heart Project: lessons from a community-based chronic disease prevention project.
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More efforts should be made to File Size: KB. Dobbins M, Beyers J. The effectiveness of community-based heart health projects: a systematic overview update. Paper presented at: Ontario Public Health Research, Education and Development Program; ; Ontario, Canada.
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Besides this, solutions for health problems could be found only at the places of theirFile Size: KB. The project utilized both a population heart health approach and a community mobilization model for taking action on heart health.
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Evaluating Community-Based Health Improvement Programs. Carrie E. Fry ([email protected]) is a doctoral student in health policy at the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, in Cambridge, by: 4. An Evaluation Framework for Community Health Programs can be used by community-based organizations and community health workers to enhance their under-standing of evaluation and to build their capacity to more actively and aggressively participate in evaluation efforts of their programs.
We believe however, that the framework is only oneFile Size: KB. community-based organizations to develop interventions. Little is known about the capacity of the resulting programs for program evaluation or the importance of evaluation in project success and sustainability.
The objective of this study was to examine the capacity of community-based health programs to conduct project eval. The Healthy Heart Program is a smaller, community-based program developed in to educate people about CHD and its risks. Evaluation of the Healthy Heart Program provided some evidence of its capacity to reduce CHD risks, but the long-term effectiveness of the program was not established (Anderson & Gunn, ; Lopez & Anderson, ).
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Economic evidence indicates that interventions engaging community health workers for the prevention of cardiovascular disease are cost-effective.
All monetary values are reported in U.S. dollars. The economic review included nine studies (6 from the United States, 2. CFHI Community Health Projects build and reinforce the importance of passion within resource-restricted communities.
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Center for Advancement of Community Based Public Health, June Background The Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) initiative is a major government policy to improve maternal and child health and accelerate progress in the reduction of maternal mortality in Ghana.
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