A process evaluation of a community-based health promotion program

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Title: A process evaluation of a community-based health promotion program
Author: Henson, Elizabeth Lee, 1982-
Abstract: This paper presents the process evaluation of the Community Challenge, a pilot community-based health promotion program targeting high-school students launched by the Austin, TX-based organization, ACTIVE Life. Aspects of the implementation evaluated include fidelity, program delivered, program received, reach, recruitment, and content. Recommendations are made for future implementation of the Community Challenge. Generally, these recommendations include website improvements and structural changes to the program.
Department: Kinesiology and Health Education
Subject: Process evaluation Health promotion Adolescents Community-based Social movements
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2010-05-1524
Date: 2010-05

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