The Underlying Theories of Precede-Proceed Model. Understanding Causal Assumptions and Intervention Assumptions. Prototype of Causal Models and Intervention Models. Problem Theory: Causes->->->->->->->Effects. INPUTS ( educational, organizational economic, etc.). OUTPUTS
Understanding Causal Assumptions and Intervention Assumptions
Problem Theory: Causes->->->->->->->Effects
of life, develop-ment)
Different models interpret the content of “X?” according to different theories (or assumptions) about causation and control.
Action Theory and Program Theory Use Causal
Theories to Link Intervention and Outcomes
*Action Theory and Conceptual Theory Intervention Evaluation Model. Chen 1990. p. 200
1. Select Resource or
Service to be Studied
4. Evaluate Use of the
Resource or Service
2. Assess Demand
for the Resource or
3. Increase Resource
or Increase Demand
*A procedural model, as distinct from a causal model.
Diagnostic Planning Approaches*
1. Assess Needs, Assets
2. Assess Causes,
3. Design and
*Green & Kreuter, Health Promotion Planning, 3rd ed., Mayfield, 1999.
EnablingSurveillance, Planning and Evaluating for Policy and Action: PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL*
*Green & Kreuter, Health Promotion Planning, 3rd ed., 1999.