HLTH 509 Exam 4

HLTH 509 Exam 4 Liberty University

  1. What concepts are associated with the PROCEED phase?
  2. Collectively, predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling factors (the “PRE”) account for public health challenges that are best addressed by behavioral theory.
  3. Understanding health behaviors requires environmental context such as cultural, social, physical, political, and family aspects.
  4. Which answer choice is NOT a characteristic of PPM (PRECEDE-PROCEED Planning Model)?
  5. Epidemiological diagnosis is not always required to measure health outcomes.
  6. The first step in planning process is to work in partnership with the community.
  7. Health promotion program planning in the PPM occurs exclusively with distal.
  8. What key word did the article mention applies to Phases 5-8 Implementation and Evaluation, and how is the term applied to these Phases?
  9. In Phase 4 of the PPM, identified enabling factors will most often be changed through changes in policy, regulation, and organizational structures. These enabling factors typically involve which of the following categories:
  10. Community involvement is an important for only certain steps in the PPM.
  11. The “thread” that holds any health promotion program together is evaluation.
  12. During which phase does a public health professional choose and apply a theory?
  13. Which of the following definitions describes a reinforcing factor?
  14. Under the PPM model, interventions to change health behavior may be targeted at the environment, bypassing the individual.
  15. Intervention Alignment means that PROCEED ends and PRECEDE begins.
  16. Which of the following is FALSE regarding the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model?
  17. Program Evaluation is a program activity, not scientific research.
  18. Cost effectiveness analysis is the same as cost-benefit analysis.
  19. You utilize SMART in creating:
  20. The only purpose of program evaluation is to determine whether health promotion programs are enhancing public health.
  21. Formative research occurs:
  22. The research methodology tailored for the evaluation of a specific program can easily be applied for the evaluation of another program.
  23. Outcome evaluation examines:
  24. Cultural competent program evaluation is useful because
  25. Which of the following is not a step to effective evaluation?
  26. The SMART objectives include all the following EXCEPT:
  27. Program evaluation requires the use of research methods to assess whether health promotion programs are effective.
  28. Moderating and mediating variables affect other variables in the same way.
  29. The S in SMART (objective) stands for “Specific.”
  30. Stakeholders’ input is critical to the success of the evaluation.
  31. Henry L. Gantt developed a pictorial system for planning and task allocation.
  32. External validity examines:
  33. Stakeholders are:
  34. Once health knowledge is generated from randomized control trials, it is effectively applied to public health problems evenly throughout the industries.
  35. Fidelity to a program can enhance adoption and community ownership more so than adaptation.
  36. How can Public health professionals and organizations approach dissemination for their programs like McDonalds?
  37. Organizations like some people can be deemed early adopters.
  38. A program is more likely to be adopted if it is perceived to have advantages over alternatives – either current practice or other available programs.
  39. Which of the following is true about the “black box” in public health?
  40. According to Rogers, which of the following factors explains the adoption of new programs by an organization.
  41. Identify the organization characteristic that is most related to adopting a new program?
  42. A certain amount and type of adaptation to a program is always harmful and should be avoided at all costs.
  43. Most researchers feel that their work is done once they have published findings in a scholarly journal.
  44. Pre-service and in-service training are not considered as efficient ways to provide knowledge of background information, theory, philosophy, and values.
  45. Core implementation components include all except:
  46. Program fidelity is defined as the degree of correspondence between the program as intended and the program as actually implemented.
  47. What is one of the “Top Ten dissemination mistakes?”
  48. Which is NOT considered one of the six main challenges to implementation of prevention programs?
  49. Most of the work of social scientists goes into testing the feasibility of program implementation.
  50. Which is NOT one of the four steps of the Public Health Model?
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