Evaluate Community Risk Reduction Program
You have created a proposal that has generated a great deal of interest from your supervisor and co-workers. Your supervisor has requested you develop an evaluation strategy that will determine if the program is appropriate, adequate, effective, and efficient. Your supervisor is adamant about building programs that are sustainable and worthwhile.
Write a 3–5-page paper describing your evaluation strategy for the proposed program.
This Assignment addresses program planning, which was presented in the course text. Specifically, your paper should begin with a succinct overview of your proposed program and focus on the following:
1. Describe when and how you would use formative, process, impact, and outcome evaluations in your program.
2. Identify potential stakeholders/partners and resources that will assist in the evaluation.
3. Explain how you will develop and maintain necessary data and your strategy for periodically presenting the evaluation data.
4. Explain how your risk reduction program can be modified if goals are not met.
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