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Evaluation of Health Care Development Projects in Hungary: The Case of Lifestyle Development Programmes. Norbert Kiss Hétfa Research Institute Corvinus University of Budapest 25th April, 2013. Lifestyle development programmes in 2009: overview of applications.

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Norbert kiss h tfa research institute corvinus university of budapest 25th april 2013

Evaluation of Health Care Development Projects in Hungary:The Case of Lifestyle Development Programmes

Norbert KissHétfa Research Institute

Corvinus University of Budapest25th April, 2013


Lifestyle development programmes in 2009 overview of applications
Lifestyle development programmes in 2009: overview of applications

  • App. 250.000 participants (SMIS-monitoring)

Source: SMIS-reporting (10th Jan 2013)

Evaluation of Health Care Development Projects in Hungary:The Case of Lifestyle Development Programmes


Norbert kiss h tfa research institute corvinus university of budapest 25th april 2013

Geographic targeting of the lifestyle development projects applications

Evaluation of Health Care Development Projects in Hungary:The Case of Lifestyle Development Programmes


Norbert kiss h tfa research institute corvinus university of budapest 25th april 2013

Adequateness of content and impact of lifestyle development projects

  • Motivation for individual and/or community level lifestyle changes were in the focus

  • Capacity building, changes in the local environment to promote healthy lifestyle were given lower priority

  • Difficulties with identifying and following the real professional content of the projects – assessing whether the content has met the needs is also difficult

  • Quality assurance of the professional content was missing from the selection procedure (except for LAMR applications)

  • Non-LAMR health plans were often only formally adequate

  • Recommendations and resources of the (central) research and methodological development institutions were rarely used

  • „Copy-paste” type content was typical in communication materials

  • Long lasting impacts are not achievable (according to expert opinions)

  • Low value of grants – high administrative burden

Evaluation of Health Care Development Projects in Hungary:The Case of Lifestyle Development Programmes


Norbert kiss h tfa research institute corvinus university of budapest 25th april 2013

Contribution to improvement of local conditions projects

  • Not clearly demostrated how the health plans are connected to the local needs and demands

  • Health plans, prepared during the projects, have not become a central part of local health development planning

  • Methodological support was provided for LAMRs

  • Inclusion of partners: mostly from the social sector

  • Partnership agreements were typically made for the duration of the projects

  • Occasionally „simple and inexpensive” solutions were less preferred („this is the time when we have the money…”)

  • Equal opportunity appeared as a horizontal objective

  • The practice of „one size fits all” was strong

  • A large part of the experiences have been incorporated into the newer calls in 2011-2012

Evaluation of Health Care Development Projects in Hungary:The Case of Lifestyle Development Programmes