Evaluating Public Health Interventions: 1. Examples, Definitions, and a Personal Note
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CitationSpiegelman, Donna. 2016. “Evaluating Public Health Interventions: 1. Examples, Definitions, and a Personal Note.” American Journal of Public Health 106 (1): 70–73. https://doi.org/10.2105/ajph.2015.302923.
AbstractIn the first contribution to a new section in AJPH that will address critical methodological issues in evaluations of public health interventions, I will discuss topics in study design and analysis, covering the most innovative emerging methodologies and providing an overview of best practices. The methods considered are motivated by public health evaluations, both domestic and global. In this first contribution, I also define implementation science, program evaluation, impact evaluation, and cost-effectiveness research, disciplines that have tremendous methodological and substantive overlap with evaluation of public health interventions-the focus of this section.
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