Overview of webcasts • Introduction to the OHPP and the webcasts • Outputs, what you can produce with the OHPP • Setting up an account, playing in the sandbox Getting your data in, managing your data • QA style worksheets • Table style worksheets • The Objective Builder • Build a logic model • Worksheets with beginning and advanced levels • Getting your data out Getting content help • THCU’s workbook, case studies, completed examples • Other planning tools, sources of evidence, consultations and training • Getting technical help
1. Background • Partnership between THCU and NCCMT • One year to develop
2. The model • 6 Steps • Long used by THCU in paper workbook format. Well tested. Literature supported • Workbook refined/expanded to support OHPP • Generic, for any topic • Now online, interactive environment provides more decision-making support and guidance • Supports an evidence-based process and product
2. The model continued • Very flexible. Use some or all of the steps/worksheets • Supports a variety of levels of experience. • Nicely formatted outputs to support funder requirements, proposal writing, community collaboration • Structured model to support multi-stakeholder planning teams/process.
3. Goals & objectives of the training webcasts • To increase awareness, comfort, and interest in using an Online Health Program Planner. • To increase awareness of and interest in using complementary resources to support the planning process.
4. Our CQI process • We are committed to asking the right questions, and taking action • Please partner with us as: • Promoters • Clients • Evaluators • Developers • New worksheet ideas • Case studies • Funders
Outputs What you can produce with the OHPP Planner
Uses • I need help to plan my program in a systematic, evidence-informed way. • I want to create a logic model. • I am interested in a painless way to write objectives. • I need a structured plan to collect situational assessment data. • I'm looking for a way to organize my situational assessment data. • I want to reflect on and review some critical decisions. • I need to prioritize a long list of possible activities. • And more!
a. From start to finish, I need help to plan… • 17 worksheets • Completed product is a 15-20 page, well formatted plan • Outputs to word, easy to share and modify
Create an Account Planner
Create Plans Planner
Currently no limit on: • Number of accounts • Number of plans in each account • Time inactive accounts or plans will remain available Tip: If you need/want to share a plan among colleagues – create a separate ‘group’ account, so that you don’t have to share your personal account information
Play in the Sandbox Planner
Play in the Sandbox • Worksheets are already completed with an injury prevention sample plan • Practice • Adding • Deleting • Modifying • Use it as a starting point for your plan • Non-threatening way to learn • Hope to create a menu of plans in the future to teach content with functionality
QA Style Worksheets Planner
Getting the data in, managing the data • 2 types of worksheets • Plain question and answer • Table format • A number of hybrids, different presentations of these
Simple QA worksheet format • Example, worksheet 1.3 Assess Resources for Planning • Enter your information in space under the question. • Click ‘Save’
Modified QA worksheet format • Example, worksheet 4.1 Choose Strategies and Brainstorm Activities • Enter your activity ideas in space under the strategies that you would like to pursue • Click ‘Save’
Checklist • Check appropriate box • Click ‘Save’ • E.g. Worksheet 6.1