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I WILL ATTACH AN ESSAY FOR U TO LEAD FROM MY LAST EASSY WILL CONNECT TO THIS ASSIGNMENT
Propose an appropriate evaluation tool to measure the effectiveness of your program or intervention. Research the literature utilizing peer-reviewed journal articles, books, professional organization articles, etc., to help you develop your evaluation tool. The tool could be a questionnaire/survey for your target population.
Write a paper (2-3 pages in length) describing your method of evaluation.
The following items will be assessed in particular:
Your paper will be graded on the following factors:
QUESTION TO ANSWER
the importance of program evaluation. Drawing from the required readings, as well as your own personal and/or professional health-related experiences, what are the pros and cons for conducting program evaluation?
Has to be a minimum of 200 words and has to cite with a reference and a link included