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2019, Volume 73, Issue C
- 1-9 Monitoring and evaluation design of Malawi’s Right Foods at the Right Time nutrition program
by Ruel-Bergeron, Julie C. & Hurley, Kristen M. & Kang, Yunhee & Aburto, Nancy & Farhikhtah, Arghanoon & Dinucci, Alessandro & Molinas, Luca & Lee Shu Fune, Wu & Mitra, Maithilee & Phuka, John & Klemm, Rolf & West, Keith & Christian, Parul
- 10-23 The characteristics and reporting quality of research impact case studies: A systematic review
by Heyeres, Marion & Tsey, Komla & Yang, Yinghong & Yan, Li & Jiang, Hua
- 24-32 Evaluating the impact of a healthy corner store initiative on food access domains
by Paluta, Lauren & Kaiser, Michelle L. & Huber-Krum, Sarah & Wheeler, Jack
- 33-43 Generalizability of an adult-validated model for predicting increased physical activity in after-school program children: Effects of treatment formats on fitness indicators
by Annesi, James J
- 44-52 Enhancing knowledge of adolescent mental health among law enforcement: Implementing youth-focused crisis intervention team training
by Kubiak, Sheryl & Shamrova, Daria & Comartin, Erin
- 53-61 Supporting systemic social and emotional learning with a schoolwide implementation model
by Meyers, Duncan C. & Domitrovich, Celene E. & Dissi, Rawan & Trejo, Jordan & Greenberg, Mark T.
- 62-70 Evaluation of a drug and alcohol safety education program in aviation using interrupted time series and the Kirkpatrick framework
by Buriak, Susan E. & Ayars, Candace L.
- 71-79 Curators and sojourners in learning networks: Practices for transformation
by Risien, Julie
- 80-87 Program implementer perspectives replicating evidence based sexual reproductive health programs
by Parekh, Jenita & Blum, Robert & Caldas, Valerie & Whitfield, Brooke & Jennings, Jacky M.
- 88-96 Is evaluation obsolete in a post-truth world?
by Picciotto, Robert
- 97-110 Dealing with context in logic model development: Reflections from a realist evaluation of a community health worker programme in Nigeria
by Ebenso, Bassey & Manzano, Ana & Uzochukwu, Benjamin & Etiaba, Enyi & Huss, Reinhard & Ensor, Tim & Newell, James & Onwujekwe, Obinna & Ezumah, Nkoli & Hicks, Joe & Mirzoev, Tolib
- 111-115 Community-based behavioral health interventions: Developing strong community partnerships
by McNeish, Roxann & Rigg, Khary K. & Tran, Quynh & Hodges, Sharon
- 116-128 Towards an assessment for organizational participatory research health partnerships: A systematic mixed studies review with framework synthesis
by Hamzeh, J. & Pluye, P. & Bush, P.L. & Ruchon, C. & Vedel, I. & Hudon, C.
- 129-137 Development of an e-health education program at the workplace using formative research – Technologies for improving quality of life
by Maciel, Roberto Rodrigues Bandeira Tosta & Chiavegato, Luciana Dias & Marin, Luz Stella & Portella, Daniel Deivson Alves & de Souza, Marcio Costa & Camelier, Fernanda Warken Rosa & Padula, Rosimeire Simprini
- 138-145 Contribution to healthy places: Risks of equity free health impact assessment
by Buregeya, Jean Marie & Loignon, Christine & Brousselle, Astrid
- 146-155 Using mixed method approach in measuring effects of training in firms: Case study of the European Social Fund support
by Pelucha, Martin & Kveton, Viktor & Potluka, Oto
- 156-162 Exploring challenges and lessons learned in cross-cultural environmental education research
by Briggs, Lilly & Trautmann, Nancy & Phillips, Tina
- 163-175 How was a national moving and handling people guideline intended to work? The underlying programme theory
by Lidegaard, Mark & Olsen, Kirsten B. & Legg, Stephen J.
- 176-186 Assessing research impact: Australian Research Council criteria and the case of Family Wellbeing research
by Tsey, Komla & Onnis, Leigh-ann & Whiteside, Mary & McCalman, Janya & Williams, Megan & Heyeres, Marion & Lui, Siu Man (Carrie) & Klieve, Helen & Cadet-James, Yvonne & Baird, Leslie & Brown, Catherine & Watkin Lui, Felecia & Grainger, Daniel & Gabriel, Zona & Millgate, Nigel & Cheniart, Ben & Hunter, Tahalani & Liu, Hong-Bo & Yinghong, Yang & Yan, Li & Lovett, Ray & Chong, Alwin & Kinchin, Irina
- 187-194 Evaluation of a classroom movement integration training delivered in a low socioeconomic school district
by Stewart, Gregory & Webster, Collin A. & Weaver, R. Glenn & Stodden, David F. & Brian, Ali & Egan, Cate A. & Michael, Robert Dan & Sacko, Ryan & Patey, Matthew
- 195-203 Looking beneath the surface of a preceptor-training programme through a realist evaluation
by Hugo, Lizemari & Botma, Yvonne
- 204-213 The health and social impact of Blood Donors Associations: A Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis
by Ricciuti, Elisa & Bufali, Maria Vittoria
- 214-223 Adoption for adaptation: A theory-based approach for monitoring a complex policy initiative
by McConnell, Jesse
- 226-231 Understanding innovation in health program planning and development
by Garney, Whitney R. & Wilson, Kelly & Nelon, Jordan L. & Hays, Christi & Garcia, Kristen M. & Muraleetharan, Daenuka & Farmer, Jennifer & McLeroy, Kenneth
2019, Volume 72, Issue C
- 1-7 The global three: A Malaysian lens on the challenges and opportunities facing restorative justice planning and implementation
by Mohammad, Taufik & Azman, Azlinda & Anderstone, Ben
- 8-15 An assessment of child protection in Bangladesh: How effective is NGO-led Child-Friendly Space?
by Islam, Mohammed Shariful
- 16-23 A visual management tool for program planning, project management and evaluation in paediatric health care
by Glegg, Stephanie M.N. & Ryce, Andrea & Brownlee, Kala
- 24-32 Implementation fidelity and adolescent smoking: The X:IT study—A school randomized smoking prevention trial
by Bast, Lotus Sofie & Andersen, Anette & Ersbøll, Annette Kjær & Due, Pernille
- 33-39 Understanding the functionality of housing-related support services through mapping methods and dialogue
by Canham, Sarah L. & Fang, Mei Lan & Battersby, Lupin & Wada, Mineko
- 40-53 Reducing inequality summer by summer: Lessons from an evaluation of the Boston Summer Youth Employment Program
by Modestino, Alicia Sasser & Paulsen, Richard J.
- 54-66 Assessing the performance of the least developed countries in terms of the Millennium Development Goals
by Cuenca-García, Eduardo & Sánchez, Angeles & Navarro-Pabsdorf, Margarita
- 67-76 Supporting collegiate foster youth and alumni: A mixed-method planning approach for higher education
by Miller, J. Jay & Benner, Kalea & Donohue-Dioh, Jessica & Segress, Melissa
- 77-87 A protocol for designing online training to support the implementation of community-based interventions
by Gavarkovs, Adam G. & Blunt, Wendy & Petrella, Robert J.
- 88-96 Evaluating program effects: Conceptualizing and demonstrating a typology
by Gao, Xingyuan & Shen, Jianping & Wu, Huang & Krenn, Huilan Y.
- 97-105 Resolving design issues in developing a nutrition app: A case study using formative research
by Evans, Susan H. & Clarke, Peter
- 106-117 Case study of a health optimizing physical education-based comprehensive school physical activity program
by Egan, Cate A. & Webster, Collin A. & Stewart, Gregory L. & Weaver, R. Glenn & Russ, Laura B. & Brian, Ali & Stodden, David F.
- 118-124 Urban community as resource: Evaluation of the mentors in Toledo schools program
by LaVenia, Kristina N. & Burgoon, Jacob
- 125-135 The application of micro-geographic economic analysis in urban policy evaluation
by Hooton, Christopher Alex
- 136-144 Evaluating the feasibility of a community intergenerational physical activity intervention for kinship families: Professional stakeholders’ perspectives
by Young, Tiffany L. & Janke, Megan C. & Sharpe, Chantel & Carthron, Dana
- 145-151 A novel approach for evaluating programs designed to serve military veterans: Using an adapted common components analysis
by Richardson, Cameron B. & Morgan, Nicole R. & Bleser, Julia A. & Aronson, Keith R. & Perkins, Daniel F.
- 152-161 Where do we stand? Recent AEA member views on professionalization
by Donaldson, Scott I.
- 162-169 Implementation and evaluation of a biotechnology research experience for African-American high school students
by Boyce, Ayesha S. & Avent, Cherie & Adetogun, Adeyemo & Servance, Lakeita & DeStefano, Lizanne & Nerem, Robert & Platt, Manu O.
- 170-178 Willing but unable? Extending theory to investigate community capacity to participate in Ghana’s community-based health planning and service implementation
by Atinga, Roger A. & Agyepong, Irene Akua & Esena, Reuben K.
- 179-187 An evaluation of stakeholder capacity in the implementation of millenium village primary school meal project
by Ouda, James Bill & Mulaudzi, Peter & Najoli, Eunice Kanaga & Wanyama, Roseline & Runhare, Tawanda
- 188-196 The essential role of cultural safety in developing culturally-relevant prevention programming in First Nations communities: Lessons learned from a national evaluation of Mental Health First Aid First Nations
by Auger, Monique & Crooks, Claire V. & Lapp, Andrea & Tsuruda, Samantha & Caron, Cassidy & Rogers, Billie Joe & van der Woerd, Kim
- 197-204 Exploring the utility of Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) in ranking livelihood activities for effective and sustainable rural development interventions in developing countries
by Baffoe, Gideon
- 205-218 Public–private partnerships for e-government in developing countries: An early stage assessment framework
by Palaco, Ileana & Park, Min Jae & Kim, Suk Kyoung & Rho, Jae Jeung
- 219-226 Evaluability assessment of a community development leisure program in Spain
by Hortigüela Arroyo, María & Ubillos Landa, Silvia
- 227-236 Enhancing the social capital in industrial workplaces: Developing workplace interventions using intervention mapping
by Meng, Annette & Borg, Vilhelm & Clausen, Thomas
- 237-249 Working on Womanhood (WOW): A participatory formative evaluation of a community-developed intervention
by Ford-Paz, Rebecca E. & Crown, Laurel & Lawton, Kathryn & Goldenthal, Hayley & Day, Gail & Coyne, Claire A. & Gill, Tara & Harris, Ngozi & Blakemore, Sheree & Cicchetti, Colleen
2018, Volume 71, Issue C
- 1-11 Evaluation of a Noyce program: Development of teacher leaders in STEM education
by Alemdar, Meltem & Cappelli, Christopher J. & Criswell, Brett A. & Rushton, Gregory T.
- 12-21 An evaluation of police officers in schools as a bullying intervention
by Devlin, Deanna N. & Santos, Mateus Rennó & Gottfredson, Denise C.
- 22-27 The project vita: A dynamic knowledge management tool
by Wingate, Lori A. & Smith, Nick L. & Perk, Emma
- 28-35 Is culturally based prevention effective? Results from a 3-year tribal substance use prevention program
by Kelley, Allyson & Fatupaito, Bethany & Witzel, Morgan
- 36-45 Mental health consumer concept mapping of supportive community
by Onken, Steven J.
- 46-50 Does a facilitated pathway improve access to dental services for homeless and disadvantaged adults?
by Stormon, N. & Pradhan, A. & McAuliffe, A. & Ford, P.J.
- 51-57 Comparative analysis of the factors contributing to sustainability of a food and nutrition intervention programme: Two case studies from South Africa
by Oldewage-Theron, Wilna Hendrika & Duvenage, Sara Susanna & Egal, Abdulkadir Ali & Lyford, Conrad
- 58-67 Lessons learned from implementing Indashyikirwa in Rwanda- an adaptation of the SASA! approach to prevent and respond to intimate partner violence
by Stern, Erin & Martins, Sonia & Stefanik, Leigh & Uwimpuhwe, Sidonie & Yaker, Robyn
- 68-82 Incorporating public values into evaluative criteria: Using crowdsourcing to identify criteria and standards
by Harman, Elena & Azzam, Tarek
- 83-88 Evaluation capacity building—Results and reflections across two years of a multisite empowerment evaluation in an HIV prevention context
by Lindeman, Peter T. & Bettin, Emily & Beach, Lauren B. & Adames, Christian N. & Johnson, Amy K. & Kern, Dave & Stonehouse, Patrick & Greene, George J. & Phillips, Gregory
2018, Volume 70, Issue C
- 1-11 Using the RE-AIM framework to evaluate a school-based municipal programme tripling time spent on PE
by Nielsen, Jonas Vestergaard & Skovgaard, Thomas & Bredahl, Thomas Viskum Gjelstrup & Bugge, Anna & Wedderkopp, Niels & Klakk, Heidi
- 12-24 Linking at-risk South African girls to sexual violence and reproductive health services: A mixed-methods assessment of a soccer-based HIV prevention program and pilot SMS campaign
by Merrill, Katherine G. & Merrill, Jamison C. & Hershow, Rebecca B. & Barkley, Chris & Rakosa, Boitumelo & DeCelles, Jeff & Harrison, Abigail
- 25-34 A conceptual framework for evaluating health equity promotion within community-based participatory research partnerships
by Ward, Melanie & Schulz, Amy J. & Israel, Barbara A. & Rice, Kristina & Martenies, Sheena E. & Markarian, Evan
- 35-43 The evidence needed to demonstrate impact: A synthesis of the evidence from a phased social and emotional wellbeing intervention
by Onnis, Leigh-ann & Klieve, Helen & Tsey, Komla
- 44-50 Attitudes toward evaluation: An exploratory study of students’ and stakeholders’ social representations
by Schultes, Marie-Therese & Kollmayer, Marlene & Mejeh, Mathias & Spiel, Christiane
- 51-60 Implementation of triple the time spent on physical education in pre-school to 6th grade: A qualitative study from the programme managers’ perspective
by Nielsen, Jonas Vestergaard & Klakk, Heidi & Bugge, Anna & Andreasen, Marianne Løgtholt & Skovgaard, Thomas
- 61-66 Treatment delivery of the community reinforcement approach in outpatient addiction treatment
by Kraan, Anneleen E.M. & Dijkstra, Boukje A.G. & Markus, Wiebren
- 67-72 Exploration of the experiences, practices and needs of health promotion professionals when evaluating their interventions and programmes
by Legrand, Karine & Minary, Laetitia & Briançon, Serge
- 73-82 It’s just the right thing to do: Conceptualizing a theory of change for a school food and beverage sales environment interv ention and implications for implementation evaluation
by Levay, Adrienne V. & Chapman, Gwen E. & Seed, Barbara & Wittman, Hannah
- 83-89 Revisiting the utility of retrospective pre-post designs: The need for mixed-method pilot data
by Geldhof, G. John & Warner, Danielle A. & Finders, Jennifer K. & Thogmartin, Asia A. & Clark, Adam & Longway, Kelly A.
- 90-98 How to foster the well-being of police officers: The role of the employee performance management system
by Van Thielen, Tine & Bauwens, Robin & Audenaert, Mieke & Van Waeyenberg, Thomas & Decramer, Adelien
- 99-106 Development of tailored feedback reports on organizational capacity for health promotion in African American churches
by Holt, Cheryl L. & Shelton, Rachel C. & Allen, Jennifer D. & Bowie, Janice & Jandorf, Lina & Zara Santos, Sherie Lou & Slade, Jimmie
- 107-114 Mixed method evaluation of the Virtual Traveller physically active lesson intervention: An analysis using the RE-AIM framework
by Norris, E. & Dunsmuir, S. & Duke-Williams, O. & Stamatakis, E. & Shelton, N.
2018, Volume 69, Issue C
- 1-9 Technology-enhanced teacher development in rural Bangladesh: A critical realist evaluation of the context
by Jamil, Md Golam
- 10-17 Examining implicit cognitions in the evaluation of a community-wide physical activity program
by Yun, Lira & Berry, Tanya R.
- 18-24 Engaging vulnerable populations in parent-led support groups: Testing a recruitment strategy
by Brown, Louis D. & Adeboye, Adeniyi A. & Yusuf, Rafeek A. & Chaudhary, Pooja
- 25-32 How program evaluators use and learn to use rubrics to make evaluative reasoning explicit
by Martens, Krystin S.R.
- 33-42 Developing an obesity intervention in Micronesia: From needs assessment to planning
by Collier, Ann Futterman & Daiss, Suzanne & Temengil, Everlynn & Russell, Samantha Cody & Miller, Julia Caroline & Renguul, Fumiana M.
- 43-52 Anti-smoking policy in Russia: Relevant factors and program planning
by Kossova, Tatiana & Kossova, Elena & Sheluntcova, Maria
- 53-60 Promoting evaluation capacity building in a complex adaptive system
by Lawrenz, Frances & Kollmann, Elizabeth Kunz & King, Jean A. & Bequette, Marjorie & Pattison, Scott & Nelson, Amy Grack & Cohn, Sarah & Cardiel, Christopher L.B. & Iacovelli, Stephanie & Eliou, Gayra Ostgaard & Goss, Juli & Causey, Lauren & Sinkey, Anne & Beyer, Marta & Francisco, Melanie
- 61-67 Lessons learned: Evaluating the program fidelity of UNWomen Partnership for Peace domestic violence diversion program in the Eastern Caribbean
by Jeremiah, Rohan D. & Quinn, Camille R. & Alexis, Jicinta M.
- 68-74 Longitudinal evaluation practices of health workforce development programs: An incremental approach to evaluability assessment
by Taylor, Jennifer & Forsell, Gretchen & Perweiler, Elyse & Sienkiewicz, Mary
- 75-81 Factors affecting evaluation culture within a non-formal educational organization
by Vengrin, Courtney & Westfall-Rudd, Donna & Archibald, Thomas & Rudd, Rick & Singh, Kusum
- 82-91 Pathways to use of communication campaigns’ evaluation findings within international organizations
by O’Neil, Glenn & Bauer, Martin W.
- 92-98 Housing status among single adults following Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program participation in Indianapolis
by Brown, Molly & Klebek, Lauren & Chodzen, Gia & Scartozzi, Samantha & Cummings, Camilla & Raskind, Alejandro
- 99-108 Youth participatory research and evaluation to inform a Chagas disease prevention program in Ecuador
by Marco-Crespo, Belén & Casapulla, Sharon & Nieto-Sanchez, Claudia & Urrego, J. Guillermo Gómez & Grijalva, Mario J.
- 109-117 Public project success as seen in a broad perspective
by Volden, Gro Holst
- 118-124 Standardizing evaluation process: Necessary for achieving SDGs – A case study of India
by Srivastava, Alok
- 125-129 Policy evaluation and democracy: Do they fit?
by Sager, Fritz
- 130-138 Parliamentarians’ strategies for policy evaluations
by Bundi, Pirmin
- 139-147 Tracing the use of evaluations in legislative processes in Swiss cantonal parliaments
by Eberli, Daniela
- 148-156 Evidence-based arguments in direct democracy: The case of smoking bans in Switzerland
by Stucki, Iris
- 157-165 The contribution of evaluations to the discourse quality of newspaper content
by Schlaufer, Caroline
- 166-172 Betterment, undermining, support and distortion: A heuristic model for the analysis of pressure on evaluators
by Pleger, Lyn & Sager, Fritz
- 173-182 The ambiguities of performance-based governance reforms in Italy: Reviving the fortunes of evaluation and performance measurement
by Marra, Mita
2018, Volume 68, Issue C
- 1-6 Development and evaluation of a capacity building program in gender-relevant tobacco control research: A Brazilian experience
by Cruz, Regina C. & Person, Sharina D. & Bittencourt, Lorna & Efing, Ana C. & Scarinci, Isabel C.
- 7-12 Homeless youth: Barriers and facilitators for service referrals
by Black, Emma B. & Fedyszyn, Izabela E. & Mildred, Helen & Perkin, Rhianna & Lough, Richard & Brann, Peter & Ritter, Cheryl
- 13-18 The influence of evaluation recommendations on instrumental and conceptual uses: A preliminary analysis
by Bourgeois, Isabelle & Whynot, Jane
- 19-33 Factors associated with the implementation of community-based peer-led health promotion programs: A scoping review
by Lorthios-Guilledroit, Agathe & Richard, Lucie & Filiatrault, Johanne
- 34-46 Evaluating the implementation of Check & Connect in various school settings: Is intervention fidelity necessarily associated with positive outcomes?
by Goulet, Mélissa & Archambault, Isabelle & Janosz, Michel & Christenson, Sandra L.
- 47-56 Evaluation of cash transfer programs in sub-Saharan Africa: A methodological review
by Owusu-Addo, Ebenezer & Renzaho, Andre M.N. & Smith, Ben J.
- 57-63 Using Intervention Mapping for child development and wellbeing programs in early childhood education and care settings
by O’Connor, Amanda & Blewitt, Claire & Nolan, Andrea & Skouteris, Helen
- 64-73 The effects of stakeholder involvement on perceptions of an evaluation’s credibility
by Jacobson, Miriam R. & Azzam, Tarek
- 74-80 PhotoVoice is a feasible method of program evaluation at a center serving adults with autism
by Krutt, Hannah & Dyer, Lindsay & Arora, Ayesha & Rollman, Jennifer & Jozkowski, Amanda C.
- 81-89 A counterfactual impact evaluation of a bilingual program on students’ grade point average at a spanish university
by Arco-Tirado, J.L. & Fernández-Martín, F. & Ramos-García, A.M. & Littvay, L. & Villoria, J. & Naranjo, J.A.
- 90-98 Promoting physical activity, healthy eating and gross motor skills development among preschoolers attending childcare centers: Process evaluation of the Healthy Start-Départ Santé intervention using the RE-AIM framework
by Ward, Stéphanie & Chow, Amanda Froehlich & Humbert, M. Louise & Bélanger, Mathieu & Muhajarine, Nazeem & Vatanparast, Hassan & Leis, Anne
- 99-107 An evaluation of a tailored care program for complex and persistent mental health problems: Partners in Recovery program
by Gulliver, Amelia & Morse, Alyssa R. & Wilson, Niah & Sargent, Ginny & Banfield, Michelle
- 108-116 Inside the black box: Modeling “Life Writing” for lifelong health and well being
by Sabir, Myra & Johnson, Margaret A.
- 117-123 Is it cost-beneficial to society? Measuring the economic worth of dental residency training
by Da’ar, Omar B. & Alshaya, Abdulaziz
- 124-134 Development and formative evaluation of a family-centred adolescent HIV prevention programme in South Africa
by Visser, Maretha & Thurman, Tonya R. & Spyrelis, Alexandra & Taylor, Tory M. & Nice, Johanna K. & Finestone, Michelle
- 135-147 Mind maps and network analysis to evaluate conceptualization of complex issues: A case example evaluating systems science workshops for childhood obesity prevention
by Frerichs, Leah & Young, Tiffany L. & Dave, Gaurav & Stith, Doris & Corbie-Smith, Giselle & Hassmiller Lich, Kristen
- 148-156 Development of a coping intervention to improve traumatic stress and HIV care engagement among South African women with sexual trauma histories
by Sikkema, Kathleen J. & Choi, Karmel W. & Robertson, Corne & Knettel, Brandon A. & Ciya, Nonceba & Knippler, Elizabeth T. & Watt, Melissa H. & Joska, John A.
- 157-165 Reported credibility techniques in higher education evaluation studies that use qualitative methods: A research synthesis
by Liao, Hongjing & Hitchcock, John
- 166-175 Validation of the evaluation capacity in organizations questionnaire
by Gagnon, France & Aubry, Tim & Cousins, J. Bradley & Goh, Swee C. & Elliott, Catherine
- 176-184 Is Participatory Action Research an innovative pedagogical alternative for training teachers as researchers? The training plan and evaluation for normal schools
by Paredes-Chi, Arely Anahy & Castillo-Burguete, María Teresa
- 185-193 Designing a global monitoring system for pilot introduction of a new contraceptive technology, subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC)
by Stout, Anna & Wood, Siri & Namagembe, Allen & Kaboré, Alain & Siddo, Daouda & Ndione, Ida
- 194-201 Examination of sustainability indicators for fall prevention strategies in three states
by Smith, Matthew Lee & Durrett, Nicholas K. & Schneider, Ellen C. & Byers, Imani N. & Shubert, Tiffany E. & Wilson, Ashley D. & Towne, Samuel D. & Ory, Marcia G.
- 202-209 Introduction to the special issue ‘unintended effects of international cooperation’
by Koch, Dirk-Jan & Schulpen, Lau
- 210-217 When ‘unintended effects’ reveal hidden intentions: Implications of ‘mutual benefit’ discourses for evaluating development cooperation
by Keijzer, Niels & Lundsgaarde, Erik
- 218-224 The human factor in development cooperation: An effective way to deal with unintended effects
by Leenstra, Melle
- 225-232 Aid and good governance: Examining aggregate unintended effects of aid
by Dijkstra, Geske
- 233-242 An exploration of individual-level wage effects of foreign aid in developing countries
by Koch, Dirk-Jan & Schulpen, Lau
- 243-252 Systematic iteration between model and methodology: A proposed approach to evaluating unintended consequences
by Morell, Jonathan A.
- 253-261 Measuring unintended effects in peacebuilding: What the field of international cooperation can learn from innovative approaches shaped by complex contexts
by Lemon, Adrienne & Pinet, Mélanie
- 262-274 Unintended outcomes evaluation approach: A plausible way to evaluate unintended outcomes of social development programmes
by Jabeen, Sumera
2018, Volume 67, Issue C
- 1-9 Common components analysis: An adapted approach for evaluating programs
by Morgan, Nicole R. & Davis, Kelly D. & Richardson, Cameron & Perkins, Daniel F.
- 10-18 An evaluation of the feedback loops in the poverty focus of world bank operations
by Fardoust, Shahrokh & Kanbur, Ravi & Luo, Xubei & Sundberg, Mark
- 19-28 Identifying health conditions, priorities, and relevant multilevel health promotion intervention strategies in African American churches: A faith community health needs assessment
by Berkley-Patton, Jannette & Thompson, Carole Bowe & Bradley-Ewing, Andrea & Berman, Marcie & Bauer, Alexandria & Catley, Delwyn & Goggin, Kathy & Williams, Eric & Wainright, Cassandra & Petty, Therese & Aduloju-Ajijola, Natasha
- 29-37 A formative evaluation of a coach-based technical assistance model for youth- and family-focused programming
by Olson, Jonathan R. & McCarthy, Kimberly J. & Perkins, Daniel F. & Borden, Lynne M.
- 38-46 Vocational training and employability: Evaluation evidence from Romania
by Popescu, Madalina Ecaterina & Roman, Monica
- 47-52 Development and implementation of a community health survey for public health accreditation: Case study from a rural county in California
by Kwan, Kevin & Do-Reynoso, Van & Zarate-Gonzalez, Gilda & Goldman-Mellor, Sidra
- 53-60 Understanding organization transformation in evaluation and program planning
by Schalock, Robert L. & Verdugo, Miguel Angel & van Loon, Jos
- 61-69 Partnerships for Active Children in Elementary Schools (PACES): First year process evaluation
by Egan, Cate A. & Webster, Collin & Weaver, R. Glenn & Brian, Ali & Stodden, David & Russ, Laura & Nesbitt, Danielle & Vazou, Spyridoula
- 70-78 Uncovering the mysteries of inclusion: Empirical and methodological possibilities in participatory evaluation in an international context
by Chouinard, Jill Anne & Milley, Peter
- 79-88 A mixed-method evaluation of the New York State Eat Well Play Hard Community Projects: Building local capacity for sustainable childhood obesity prevention
by Reid, Kaydian S. & Sekhobo, Jackson P. & Gantner, Leigh A. & Holbrook, MaryEllen K. & Allsopp, Marie & Whalen, Linda B. & Koren-Roth, Amy
- 89-96 Examination of core competencies of agricultural development professionals in Cambodia
by Suvedi, Murari & Ghimire, Ramjee & Channa, Ty
- 97-104 The role of relationships in collaborative partnership success: Lessons from the Alaska Fourth R project
by Crooks, Claire V. & Exner-Cortens, Deinera & Siebold, Wendi & Moore, Kami & Grassgreen, Lori & Owen, Patricia & Rausch, Ann & Rosier, Mollie
- 105-112 Impact of school-based and out-of-school mental health services on reducing school absence and school suspension among children with psychiatric disorders
by Kang-Yi, Christina D. & Wolk, Courtney Benjamin & Locke, Jill & Beidas, Rinad S. & Lareef, Ishara & Pisciella, Aelesia E. & Lim, Suet & Evans, Arthur C. & Mandell, David S.
- 113-121 Using benchmarking to assist the improvement of service quality in home support services for older people—IN TOUCH (Integrated Networks Towards Optimising Understanding of Community Health)
by Jacobs, Stephen P. & Parsons, Matthew & Rouse, Paul & Parsons, John & Gunderson-Reid, Michelle
- 122-128 Evaluator competencies in the context of diversity training: The practitioners’ point of view
by Froncek, Benjamin & Mazziotta, Agostino & Piper, Verena & Rohmann, Anette
- 129-137 Process evaluation of the SHARE intervention for preventing intimate partner violence and HIV infection in Rakai, Uganda
by Wagman, Jennifer A. & Gray, Ronald H. & Nakyanjo, Neema & McClendon, Katherine A. & Bonnevie, Erika & Namatovu, Fredinah & Kigozi, Grace & Kagaayi, Joseph & Wawer, Maria J. & Nalugoda, Fred
- 138-145 Membership categorization analysis as an important qualitative method in evaluation
by Paulsen, Justin
- 148-159 Evaluative feedback delivery and the factors that affect success
by Azzam, Tarek & Whyte, Cristina E.
- 160-166 Acceptability of intervention materials to decrease risk for alcohol and medication interactions among older adults
by Zanjani, Faika & Allen, Hannah & Schoenberg, Nancy & Martin, Catherine & Clayton, Richard
- 167-176 Case study as a means of evaluating the impact of early years leaders: Steps, paths and routes
by Hadfield, Mark & Jopling, Michael
- 177-183 Role development of community health workers for cardiovascular disease prevention in India
by Khetan, Aditya & Patel, Toral & Hejjaji, Vittal & Barbhaya, Dweep & Mohan, Sri Krishna Madan & Josephson, Richard & Webel, Allison
- 184-188 Daniel Stufflebeam and The World Bank
by Russon, Craig & Russon, Karen
- 189-199 To evaluate or not: Evaluability study of 40 interventions of Belgian development cooperation
by Holvoet, Nathalie & Van Esbroeck, Dirk & Inberg, Liesbeth & Popelier, Lisa & Peeters, Bob & Verhofstadt, Ellen
- 200-206 Two-year process evaluation of a pilot program to increase elementary children’s physical activity during school
by Webster, Collin A. & Weaver, R. Glenn & Egan, Cate A. & Brian, Ali & Vazou, Spyridoula
2018, Volume 66, Issue C
- 1-6 Consumption of foods and beverages in elementary schools: Results of the implementation of the general guidelines for foods and beverages sales in elementary schools in Mexico, stages II and III
by López-Olmedo, Nancy & Jiménez-Aguilar, Alejandra & Morales-Ruan, María del Carmen & Hernández-Ávila, Mauricio & Shamah-Levy, Teresa & Rivera-Dommarco, Juan A.
- 7-19 The need for theory evaluation in global citizenship programmes: The case of the GCSA programme
by Goodier, Sarah & Field, Carren & Goodman, Suki
- 20-32 On the evaluation of social innovations and social enterprises: Recognizing and integrating two solitudes in the empirical knowledge base
by Szijarto, Barbara & Milley, Peter & Svensson, Kate & Cousins, J. Bradley
- 33-38 The impact of a continuing training program on the perceived improvement in quality of health care delivered by health care professionals
by Gracía-Pérez, María Luisa & Gil-Lacruz, Marta
- 39-47 Managed access technology to combat contraband cell phones in prison: Findings from a process evaluation
by Grommon, Eric
- 48-52 Basic actions to reduce dropout rates in distance learning
by Gregori, Pablo & Martínez, Vicente & Moyano-Fernández, Julio José
- 53-62 The effectiveness of a head-heart-hands model for natural and environmental science learning in urban schools
by Jagannathan, Radha & Camasso, Michael J. & Delacalle, Maia
- 63-69 Response to culturally competent drug treatment among homeless persons with different living arrangements
by Guerrero, Erick G. & Song, Ahyoung & Henwood, Benjamin & Kong, Yinfei & Kim, Tina
- 70-78 Conceptualizing trust in community-academic research partnerships using concept mapping approach: A multi-CTSA study
by Dave, Gaurav & Frerichs, Leah & Jones, Jennifer & Kim, Mimi & Schaal, Jennifer & Vassar, Stefanie & Varma, Deepthi & Striley, Catherine & Ruktanonchai, Corrine & Black, Adina & Hankins, Jennifer & Lovelady, Nakita & Cene, Crystal & Green, Melissa & Young, Tiffany & Tiwari, Shristi & Cheney, Ann & Cottler, Linda & Sullivan, Greer & Brown, Arleen & Burke, Jessica & Corbie-Smith, Giselle
- 79-88 Ecological content validation of the Information Assessment Method for parents (IAM-parent): A mixed methods study
by Bujold, M. & El Sherif, R. & Bush, P.L. & Johnson-Lafleur, J. & Doray, G. & Pluye, P.
- 89-101 Emergency residential care settings: A model for service assessment and design
by Graça, João & Calheiros, Maria Manuela & Patrício, Joana Nunes & Magalhães, Eunice Vieira
- 102-110 Use of most significant change (MSC) technique to evaluate health promotion training of maternal community health workers in Cianjur district, Indonesia
by Limato, Ralalicia & Ahmed, Rukhsana & Magdalena, Amelia & Nasir, Sudirman & Kotvojs, Fiona
- 111-119 Using the transformative paradigm to conduct a mixed methods needs assessment of a marginalized community: Methodological lessons and implications
by Jackson, Karen Moran & Pukys, Suzy & Castro, Andrene & Hermosura, Lorna & Mendez, Joanna & Vohra-Gupta, Shetal & Padilla, Yolanda & Morales, Gabriela
- 120-132 Monitoring and evaluation of strategic change programme implementation—Lessons from a case analysis
by Neumann, Jan & Robson, Andrew & Sloan, Diane
- 133-140 Trying to bridge the worlds of home visitation and child welfare: Lessons learned from a formative evaluation
by Stahlschmidt, Mary Jo & Jonson-Reid, Melissa & Pons, Laura & Constantino, John & Kohl, Patricia L. & Drake, Brett & Auslander, Wendy
- 141-146 A systematic scoping review of parental satisfaction with child protection services
by Tilbury, Clare & Ramsay, Sylvia
- 147-155 Evaluating firms’ R&D performance using best worst method
by Salimi, Negin & Rezaei, Jafar
- 156-164 Results of a utilization-focused evaluation of a Right To Play program for Indigenous youth
by Arellano, Alexandra & Halsall, Tanya & Forneris, Tanya & Gaudet, Cindy
- 165-173 Retrospective evaluation of Project Envision: A community mobilization pilot program to prevent sexual violence in New York City
by Glenn, Lily & Fidler, Laura & O’Connor, Meghan & Haviland, Mary & Fry, Deborah & Pollak, Tamara & Frye, Victoria
- 174-182 A model for evaluating academic research centers: Case study of the Asian/Pacific Islander Youth Violence Prevention Center
by Nishimura, Stephanie T. & Hishinuma, Earl S. & Goebert, Deborah A. & Onoye, Jane M.M. & Sugimoto-Matsuda, Jeanelle J.
- 183-194 Towards program theory validation: Crowdsourcing the qualitative analysis of participant experiences
by Harman, Elena & Azzam, Tarek
2017, Volume 65, Issue C
- 1-11 Contextual influence on evaluation capacity building in a rapidly changing environment under new governmental policies
by Chen, Karen Hui-Jung
- 12-19 Evaluation of a women group led health communication program in Haryana, India
by Kaur, Manmeet & Jaswal, Nidhi & Saddi, Anil Kumar
- 20-29 Evaluating the effectiveness of a programme for improving the participation and academic success of an underrepresented minority group in New Zealand
by Sopoaga, Faafetai & Kokaua, Jesse & van der Meer, Jacques & Lameta-Huro, Malia & Zaharic, Tony & Richards, Rose & Inder, Marie
- 30-39 Cross-sectoral assessment of public policies in health and the environment: Scenario of the municipalities in the state of Sao Paulo
by Dantas, Marina Kolland & Oliveira, Lilian Ribeiro de & Ferolla, Luna Marquez & Paschoalotto, Marco Antônio Catussi & Lopes, José Eduardo Ferreira & Passador, João Luiz & Passador, Claudia Souza
- 40-46 Applying RE-AIM to evaluate two community-based programs designed to improve access to eye care for those at high-risk for glaucoma
by Sapru, Saloni & Berktold, Jennifer & Crews, John E. & Katz, L. Jay & Hark, Lisa & Girkin, Christopher A. & Owsley, Cynthia & Francis, Brittney & Saaddine, Jinan B.
- 47-53 Counselor competence for telephone Motivation Interviewing addressing lifestyle change among Dutch older adults
by Mesters, Ilse & Keulen, Hilde M van & de Vries, Hein & Brug, Johannes
- 54-68 Assessing participants’ perceptions on group-based principles for action in community-based health enhancing physical activity programmes: The APEF tool
by Herens, Marion & Wagemakers, Annemarie
- 69-76 Social impacts evaluation and insider-outsider paradigm: Floodwater spreading project on the Gareh-Bygone plain as an illustrative case
by Ahmadvand, Mostafa & Karami, Ezatollah
- 77-83 The impact of a faculty training program on inclusive education and disability
by Moriña, Anabel & Carballo, Rafael
- 84-93 Using developmental evaluation as a system of organizational learning: An example from San Francisco
by Shea, Jennifer & Taylor, Tory
- 94-105 Participation in cross-national learning assessments and impact on capacity development: Programmes, practice, structures and teacher competency. Case study of Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa
by Mulongo, Godfrey & Amod, Zaytoon
- 106-112 Finding the sweet spot: Developing, implementing and evaluating a burn out and compassion fatigue intervention for third year medical trainees
by Tucker, Tara & Bouvette, Maryse & Daly, Shauna & Grassau, Pamela
- 113-116 Values in evaluation – The use of rubrics
by Dickinson, Pauline & Adams, Jeffery
- 117-123 How local health departments work towards health equity
by Sokol, Rebeccah & Moracco, Beth & Nelson, Sharon & Rushing, Jill & Singletary, Tish & Stanley, Karen & Stein, Anna
- 124-130 Evaluation of Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) program: A community intervention for child abuse victims
by Ray, Dee C. & Lilly, J.P. & Gallina, Nancy & MacIan, Paula & Wilson, Brittany
- 131-138 Agent-based modeling as a tool for program design and evaluation
by Lawlor, Jennifer A. & McGirr, Sara
- 139-147 Patient and program costs, and outcomes, of including gender-sensitive services in intensive inpatient programs for substance use
by Hornack, Sarah E. & Yates, Brian T.
- 148-155 Using WWC sanctioned rigorous methods to develop comparison groups for evaluation
by Gao, Xingyuan & Shen, Jianping & Krenn, Huilan Y.
- 156-162 Devil is in the details: Using logic models to investigate program process
by Peyton, David J. & Scicchitano, Michael
- 163-170 Building a community-based culture of evaluation
by Janzen, Rich & Ochocka, Joanna & Turner, Leanne & Cook, Tabitha & Franklin, Michelle & Deichert, Debbie
2017, Volume 64, Issue C
- 1-6 Dismissing the goals: A comparison of four goal-dismissive goal-free evaluations
by Youker, Brandon W. & Ford, Ken & Bayer, Nicholas
- 7-19 (Almost) a slam dunk: Assessing the experiences and opinions of participants in a National Basketball Association (NBA)-funded dropout prevention program
by Geiger, Tray J. & Amrein-Beardsley, Audrey
- 20-32 Team effectiveness in Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) projects
by Latif, Khawaja Fawad & Williams, Nigel
- 33-43 Lessons learned using a values-engaged approach to attend to culture, diversity, and equity in a STEM program evaluation
by Boyce, Ayesha S.
- 44-48 Characteristics, needs, and experiences of U.S. veterans on a specialized prison unit
by Tsai, Jack & Goggin, Elizabeth
- 49-56 Seattle’s Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD): Program effects on recidivism outcomes
by Collins, Susan E. & Lonczak, Heather S. & Clifasefi, Seema L.
- 57-68 A regional, market oriented governance for disaster management: A new planning approach
by Blackstone, Erwin A. & Hakim, Simon & Meehan, Brian
- 69-77 Evaluation of a multi-site program designed to strengthen relational bonds for siblings separated by foster care
by Waid, Jeffrey & Wojciak, Armeda Stevenson
- 78-84 Planning a mentorship initiative for foster parents: Does gender matter?
by Jay Miller, J. & Benner, Kalea & Thrasher, Shawndaya & Pope, Natalie & Dumas, Tamikia & Damron, Larry J. & Segress, Melissa & Niu, Chunling
- 85-89 Delivering an empowerment intervention to a remote Indigenous child safety workforce: Its economic cost from an agency perspective
by Kinchin, Irina & Doran, Christopher M. & McCalman, Janya & Jacups, Susan & Tsey, Komla & Lines, Katrina & Smith, Kieran & Searles, Andrew