This is the first textbook of its kind to offer students an introduction to best practices for using technology in health promotion programs. Integrating detailed case studies and interactive skill-building exercises throughout, this succinct and practical text teaches students to identify the most appropriate technology to meet their goals.Design of Your Evaluation Research related to the evaluation of program (or intervention) efficacy will typically ... detailed references that can guide you in research design, data collection, management, and analysis (DiIorio, 2005; Steckler aamp; Linnan, 2002). ... include changes in behavior (e.g., nutrition, physical activity, smoking, sexual behavior, drug or alcohol use, seat belt ... are able to assess program outcomes by selecting either a nonexperimental or a quasi- experimental design.
|Title||:||Technology-Based Health Promotion|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2010-11-04|