Evaluation

Written by

The evaluation process must be in line with the principles of the health-promoting school. This tool shows how this can differ from the approach used to evaluate public health initiatives. Methods to use to collect evaluation data is suggested.

 

2017-08-18

This tool can be used by adults in the process of making policies or strategies or planning an intervention. It's ment to be an eye-opener for discussions about the communal health strategy.

2017-08-18

This in-depth interview guide can be used when you have carried through your desk research and need more in depth information from key personnel. Themes: Health, health policy, strategy, Cooperative relations, offers and activities, SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, treats.

2017-08-18

The Model for Reflection can be used individually or in groups and consists of some guiding questions. It gives children and adults the possibility to, in a systematic way, to discover new perspectives of their actions in practice, it enables them to find other and maybe more efficient way to act, and it trains their ability to argue for actions and choices.

2017-08-18

This template helps the local authorities to systematize  the  datacollection in a project on national level, local level and academic  level. The primary aim of the datacollection is to gather good and inspiring examples of ‘best practice’.

2017-08-18

This is an example of training material for professional practitioners in the field of early childhood education. Topics: Conceptions of health, social inequality in health, the community as a health promoting factor, social heritage and social inequality, mechanisms of social inclusion and exclusion.

2017-08-17

This mapping tool pursues the objective to assess local/ regional health authority’s health competencies, such as analytic skills, planning, programming & evaluation, and skills in relation to the creation of local and/or regional partnerships. The document furthermore includes a report that covers the experience gathered through the development and pilot testing of the tool.

2017-08-17

This evaluation toolkit assists local coordinators and other local actors in building portfolios for the local evaluation of a project. The resources are designed to gather data on the perceptions of participants and the outcomes of project activities.

2017-08-17

This tool can be used to kick start a regional development process and can structure the dialogue and help participants to think out of the box for a moment. The document describes the methodology of Scenario Planning.

The example of good practice shows how a project used Scenario Planning as a methodology. It shows the comments that were made during the scenario planning interviews.

2001-11-30

A brief intervention given by health professionals in helping clients to consider their lifestyle. The subjects are: Healthy eating, healthy weight, physical activity, stop smoking, drinking alcohol sensibly, mental health, sexual health. The cards are designed to help the approach.

2001-11-30

The HEPS teacher-training programme is a train-the-trainers programme that can be used to train teachers on promoting healthy eating and physical activity. The Teacher Training Resource contains information and activities to support the introduction of a whole-school approach to healthy eating and physical activity in schools.

2001-11-30

Search (complex)

Help

HEPCOM project: preventing overweight and obesity among children and young people. The HEPCOM project aims to increase the number and quality of local community and school interventions for promoting healthy eating and physical activity among children and young people throughout Europe.


For questions concerning the content and technical issues of the HEPCOM learning platform, please contact:


CBO (lead project partner)
Churchillaan 11, 3527 GV Utrecht, The Netherlands.
P.O. Box 20064, 3502 LB Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Phone: +31 30 284 3982
E-mail: info@hepcom.eu

HEPCOM terms and conditions

In these terms and conditions, “we” or “our” shall mean all or any partner(s) in the HEPCOM project.

Tools and platform

Any commercial use of the material downloaded from hepcom.org is strictly forbidden.

The HEPCOM platform is offered to you conditioned on your acceptance without modification of the terms, conditions, and notices contained herein. Your use of the HEPCOM platform constitutes your agreement to all such terms, conditions, and notices.

The HEPCOM platform is for your personal and non-commercial use. You may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or sell any information, products or services obtained from the HEPCOM platform. Exception to the above condition is constituted by:

  • policy makers and decision makers on local, regional and national level who are involved in strategic planning and overall decision making with respect to health promotion focused on children and young people;
  • professional practitioners within local communities and schools who are involved in health promoting activities and interventions towards children and young people.

You may display and, subject to any expressly stated restrictions or limitations relating to specific material, electronically copy, download and print hard copy portions of the material from the different areas of the platform solely for your own non-commercial use.

Warranties

The information provided by using the material downloadable from this platform, and the material itself, is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We make no representations or warranties in relation to the medical, educational or other information on this platform or containing within the tools. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing paragraph, we do not warrant or represent that the information on this platform or contained within the tool:

  1. will be constantly available, or available at all; or
  2. is complete, true, accurate, up to date or non-misleading;

Liability

Nothing in this disclaimer will:

  1. limit or exclude our liability for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;
  2. limit any of our liabilities in any way that is not permitted under applicable law; or
  3. exclude any of our liabilities that may not be excluded under applicable law.