Template: Making Effective Presentation about Your Evidence-based Health Promotion Program This template is intended for you to adapt to your own program.
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Template: Making Effective Presentation about Your Evidence-based Health Promotion Program This template is intended for you to adapt to your own program and presentation needs. This version of the template does NOT include examples of the slides that were used in the online educational module.
Title of Presentation Your Name and Organization (include logos if desired)
Funded by List your funders Include grant numbers, funding amounts, or logos is desired
Program Partners List your program partners Describe their roles as partners
Program Purpose Describe the scope of the health issue your program addresses National level data State level data Local level data
Target Population Describe your target population Racial/ethnic composition Geographic distribution Demographic data Include maps if desired
Program Description Impact What impact or effect does your program have? Why is it effective? Purpose What is the overall purpose of your program? Key Elements What are the key components of how your program works? What strategies and techniques are used? How is the program structured? What do participants do in your program? Research Outcomes What are the research questions or outcomes that your program addresses?
Participant Recruitment Describe how you recruit participants to the program Where do advertise? Who does the recruiting? Corresponds to the REACH component of RE-AIM
Site Recruitment Describe how you recruit sites for the program Coordination sites Implementation sites Corresponds to the ADOPTION component of RE- AIM
Program Leaders Describe how you recruit program leaders Where do you advertise? Strategies used to retain leaders? Corresponds to the ADOPTION component of RE- AIM
Program Implementation Describe your strategies to assure fidelity to the program design Strategies used across sites (class monitoring, evaluations, etc.) Strategies used within sites (progress reports, etc.) Corresponds to the IMPLEMENTATION component of RE-AIM
Adaptations Describe any adaptations you made to the original program Describe why the adaptation was needed Describe how you decided on the adaptation Describe the actual adaptation Did you clear your adaptation with the program developers?
If you have data about your program to present, continue on to the next slide. If you do NOT have data to present, skip to slide 64 in this template.
Participant Enrollment and Retention Enrollees Number interested Year by year Baseline surveys Percent completing survey Successful completion Percent successful completion Year by year Post-program survey
Description of Participants: General Characteristics Participant characteristics Demographic data Geographic data
Description of the Participants: Health Status (REACH) Percent with health issue being addressed General health status Health care utilization
Attrition Number non-completers Compare non-completers to completers Demographic data Health status data Health care utilization If any, describe differences
Research Design, Data Collection and Analysis Research Design Analysis Methods quantitative data qualitative data
Data Collection: Tools, Methods, Timeframe Types of tools Data collection methods Data collection timeframe and data collection points
Participant Outcomes General presentation Simply state improved, did not change, worsened Use tables or charts Research presentation Use statistics - include percents means, confidence intervals, change scores, p values
Participant Outcomes at Follow-up After the Program (EFFECTIVENESS) Indicate time points Findings Compare post-program assessment and follow-up assessment Textual description: maintained, not maintained Statistical comparison
Comparing Our Outcomes with the Original Research Outcomes (EFFECTIVENESS) Compare populations Compare outcomes Textual description: comparable nearly comparable better not significant Statistical comparison
Participant Testimonials (EFFECTIVENESS) What to Include: Comments about the program Changes in a participants life Things participant is proud of Changes others have noted Refer someone else to the program?
Instructor Testimonials What to Include: What its like to lead Participant changes observed Benefits of leading the program Encourage others to become program leaders?
Summary of Results (EFFECTIVENESS) What to Include: What was expected and/or unexpected Implications of findings for target population partnerships program maintenance policy
Next Steps (MAINTENANCE) What to Include: Continuing the program Program adaptations Participant recruitment Partner and site recruitment Evaluation and data collection Funding Policy
For Further Information Provide your contact information in case the audience wants to contact you