Process Evaluation for Public Health Interventions and Research
Edited by Laura Linnan and Allan Steckler is the foremost authorities in the field of process evaluation, this invaluable resource fills a gap in the professional and academic literature. Process evaluation is an important component of any program evaluation or intervention research effort. It is also an emerging topic in graduate programs in public health. The available literature on the evaluation process does not adequately address, process evaluation for public health. In the tradition of Designing and Conducting Health Surveys by Lu Ann Aday, Process Evaluation in Public Health Interventions and Research is an essential resource for scholars, trainers, and students of public health.
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