evidence based programming for seniors

evidence based programming for seniors

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evidence based programming for seniors
Evidence-based Programming for Seniors. Tips for Selecting, Implementing, and Evaluating EBPs Marcia Ory, PhD, MPH Ashley Wilson, MPH Program on Healthy Aging Texas A&M Health Science Center South Padre, TX May 2012. Topic for Discussion. Audience Query. What are Evidence-based Programs?. Slideshow 3000400 by gamma
show1 : Evidence based programming for seniors

show2 : Topic for discussion

show3 : Audience query

show4 : What are evidence based programs

show5 : Three types of evidence

show6 : Why the recent interest in ebp s

show7 : Question

show8 : Perceived disadvantages of ebps

show9 : Perceived advantages to ebps

show10 : Tiered set of criteria for defining ebps implemented through oaa

show11 : Minimal criteria

show12 : Intermediate criteria

show13 : Highest level criteria

show14 : How does one chose a ebp

show15 : Choosing an ebp

show16 : Step 1 identify an important health issue among the seniors you serve

show17 : Step 2 identify effective interventions

show18 : Evidence based programming for seniors

show19 : Step 4 select an intervention

show20 : Looking for evidence based programs

show21 : Is your community ready to implement evidence based health promotion programs

show22 : Step 5 translate the intervention into a program

show23 : Step 5 translate the intervention into a program cont

show24 : Step 6 evaluate the program

show25 : Step 7 sustain the program

show26 : Cdsmp example

show27 : Texas healthy lifestyles

show28 : Evidence based programming for seniors

show29 : Reach

show30 : Recruiting what works

show31 : Recruiting program participants

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