Evaluation: a guide for good practice

This booklet is a practical guide to designing and implementing evaluation for a wide range of promotion and prevention initiatives. It outlines how people can work with each other, their stakeholders, clients and community to develop relevant, affordable and achievable evaluations for their initiatives. It also demonstrates how these evaluation processes can become part of day-to-day practice.

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The same publication in smaller sections:

Cover pages (PDF 84 KB)
Contents (PDF 35 KB)
Acknowledgements and foreword (PDF 68 KB)
Getting started on evaluation (PDF 108 KB)

Step A - ASK the right questions (PDF 335 KB)
Step E - EXAMINE options and explore methods (PDF 152 KB)
Step I - INITIATE actions and interpret answers (PDF 167 KB)
Step O - OPTIONS for change (PDF 332 KB)
Step U - UNDERTAKE change for good practice (PDF 87 KB)

Some useful texts (PDF 42 KB) to help you plan and manage evaluation

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