Health programme evaluation : guiding principles for its application in the managerial process for national health development
AbstractPresents a model for use in developing a systematic basis for the evaluation of health programmes. The objective is to give governments a series of principles and arguments that can guide the integration of an evaluation process into the overall managerial process. Topics covered include the components of an evaluation process, the frequency of evaluation, and indicators and criteria for evaluation. Readers are also given advice on the steps that can be followed to identify a national health problem, assess its severity, and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions
World Health Organization. (1981). Health programme evaluation : guiding principles for its application in the managerial process for national health development. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/40674
Health for all series ; no. 6
Descriptiongre published by: Athens : International Relations Division, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Social Security
Russian version of nos. 1-8 bound together (barcode no. 00072069)
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