HLTH 509 Quiz 4 Preceed-Procede

HLTH 509 Quiz 4: Preceed-Procede, Combining Theories, Measurement and Evaluation

Covers the Textbook material from Module 7: Week 7 – Module 8: Week 8.

  1. 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:
  2. What concepts are associated with the PROCEED phase?
  3. Which phase of the PPM requires an identification of all enabling, reinforcing and predisposing factors?
  4. Epidemiological diagnosis is not always required to measure health outcomes.
  5. Collectively, predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling factors (the “PRE”) account for public health challenges that are best addressed by behavioral theory.
  6. Which of the following definitions describes a reinforcing factor?
  7. The “thread” that holds any health promotion program together is evaluation.
  8. It is categorically correct to decide upon a theory and then engage in program planning.
  9. During which phase does a public health professional choose and apply a theory?
  10. PROCEED stands for Policy, Regulatory, and Organizational Constructs in Educational and Environmental Development.
  11. If a practitioner’s objective is to reduce teen pregnancy by 15% in their community, which of the following could be a sub-objective?
  12. Community involvement is an important for only certain steps in the PPM.
  13. Which of the following constructs falls under the individual level of influence?
  14. The three planning components of the logic model are: inputs, activities, and throughputs.
  15. Which of the following statements best describes the intervention mapping approach?
  16. Which of the following is not a theoretical construct that falls under the community level of influence?
  17. It is important to provide assessment information about the problem from all social ecological levels before planning the intervention.
  18. The first step in Intervention Mapping is to select the theory that will guide the intervention.
  19. Which of the following is not a commonly used method in intervention mapping?
  20. Scenario: Using needs assessment data from local church members of several denominations, you have identified obesity and diabetes as key concerns. You have created a coalition of pastors and lay members who represent the participating churches. Together you have established goals and objectives for in-church educational interventions. Now it’s time to select a theory or theoretical constructs to guide the intervention. Which of the following theories would be least likely to serve your purposes?
  21. Which of the following is not a planning element of a logic model?
  22. Use of single theories or theoretical constructs to guide community health interventions is easier and more effective than using multiple theories or constructs.
  23. Cues to action and self-efficacy are two theoretical constructs that are commonly used at the community level of the social ecological framework.
  24. Intervention mapping specifies that change must occur at three or more of the following four levels to be lasting: 1) interpersonal, 2) organizational, 3) community and 4) policy.
  25. Identify the “target” of the following objective: “getting a mammogram in the next 6 months at the women’s health clinic.”
  26. Index items are typically heterogeneous and not necessarily correlated with each other.
  27. There are several aspects of constructs that will affect the way in which they can be measured. Which statement is not true?
  28. Measuring a rural vs. urban community is what type of variable?
  29. A theoretical definition of a construct is simply the way in which a particular construct will be measured in a study.
  30. Which is NOT one of the ways you can evaluate the reliability of a measure?
  31. Fahrenheit and Celsius measures are considered interval measurements.
  32. Construct validity refers to
  33. Karl Pearson is credited with founding the study of measurement of individuals and is referred to as the father of
  34. Likert’s technique is probably the most common form of scale measurement used in the social sciences today
  35. Qualitative variables often involve an ordering of values which represent differing amounts, frequencies or degrees.
  36. Sex, Race/Ethnicity, Marital Status, HIV Status are types of _____ measurements.
  37. The categories for nominal measurements must be mutually exclusive and exhaustive.
  38. Both summative and formative evaluations are appropriate at all stages of program development.
  39. The SMART objectives include all the following EXCEPT:
  40. Which of the following is not a step to effective evaluation?
  41. Henry L. Gantt developed a pictorial system for planning and task allocation.
  42. The S in SMART (objective) stands for “Specific.”
  43. You utilize SMART in creating:
  44. The research methodology tailored for the evaluation of a specific program can easily be applied for the evaluation of another program.
  45. When monitoring a study over time, you are performing what kind of evaluation?
  46. Program Evaluation is a program activity, not scientific research.
  47. Moderating and mediating variables affect other variables in the same way.
  48. Cost-benefit analysis measures:
  49. Impact evaluation and outcome evaluation are synonymous.
  50. Formative research occurs:
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