evaluation and monitoring of public action on tobacco by Claude Vilain

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  • Smoking -- Europe -- Prevention.,
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Statement[text by Claude Vilain].
SeriesHealth for all 2000
LC ClassificationsHV5770.E85 V56 1987
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL1977893M
LC Control Number90220789

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The content of this manual relects the priorities of CDC/OSH for program monitoring and evaluation, and Framework for program evaluation in public health. MMWR. ;48(RR11):1– 2. Section 1—Introduction approach to tobacco control evaluation is also based in the use of logic models. As shown in.

Exhibitlogic models File Size: KB. This report summarises a workshop on evaluation of tobacco control interventions convened in Santa Fe, New Mexico in June by the Institute for Global Tobacco Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

The evaluation of such interventions is filled with complexities which intensify as the scope of tobacco control programmes increase. Monitoring tobacco use and prevention policies is the 94 Raise taxes on tobacco National action is critical to combat the epidemic of tobacco use CONCLUSION REFERENCES evaluation, in identifying areas of concern, opportunities and challenges, and in.

Preventive Medicine supplement: “Monitoring the Tobacco Use Epidemic” World Health Organization Tobacco Free initiative (WHO TFI) Global Tobacco Surveillance System (GTSS) International Tobacco Control (ITC) Policy Evaluation Project.

It then relates process evaluation to tobacco use prevention and defines its scope. It then presents the four primary purposes of process evaluation: Program Monitoring (track, document, and summarize the inputs, activities, and outputs of a program; describe other relevant characteristics of the program and/or its context); Program Improvement.

total annual tobacco control program funds be allocated for surveillance and evaluation. It is important that tobacco control programs develop and maintain the appropriate infrastructure to enhance their surveillance and evaluation resources as needed.

For example, conducting a detailed. Good monitoring provides policy-makers with information about the extent of the epidemic in a country and how to tailor policies to the needs of different groups.

Disseminating the information broadly and effectively gives all stakeholders a clearer picture of the epidemic and provides advocates for tobacco control with important evidence to. Introduction. During the 20th century, cigarettes became the predominant form of tobacco use across the world and ushered in the global lung cancer epidemic.1 In Western high-income evaluation and monitoring of public action on tobacco book, public health approaches to reduce the health consequences of tobacco use started in the s and have focused primarily on cigarette smoking.2 Almost 50 years later, it is time to review tobacco.

strategic action plan for tobacco control. The Secretary named Assistant Secretary for Health Howard K. Koh, MD, MPH, as chair of the working group that would develop the plan.

The Tobacco Control Working Group (“Working Group”) committed to realizing the. following vision: A society free of tobacco-related death and disease. The Presidency: Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation OUTCOMES NGES Some Delivery Agreements are too long and detailed with too many indicators – not strategic Theory of change not strong enough in some of the Delivery Agreements Management culture of public service Lack of focus on measurement of impact – some quarterly.

At present the public health monitoring process is slow and coarse compared to the data available to individual tobacco firms. Reducing tobacco use will require a broader set of measures, reflecting not only the initiation of tobacco use among youths but also the cessation of tobacco use among individuals in all age groups and the attainment of.

Basic principles of monitoring and evaluation Monitoring and evaluation usually include information on the cost of the programme being monitored or evaluated. This allows judging the benefits of a programme against its costs and identifying which intervention has the highest rate of return.

Two tools are commonly used. Monitoring and evaluation throughout the lifespan of an operation What is the operational framework for evaluation. The purpose of the new framework on monitoring and evaluation Principles of results oriented M&E in International Federation International Federation’s approach to monitoring and.

management heless, where monitoring and evaluation actions at country level also concern management action, this is mentioned. H A N D B OOK ON MONITORING AND EVA L U ATING FOR RESULTS i v While its primary audience is country office staff, the.

Required reading for anyone wishing to be conversant with tobacco control policy, the book is edited by Kenneth E. Warner—dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan and a leading tobacco policy researcher—who leads with an overview of the field.

Warner’s overview is supported by reprints of some of the field’s most significant articles, written by leading. Evaluation and monitoring of action on alcohol One of the ideas underpinning the targets for health for all is that effective public health policy needs clear objectives and targets, and that the attainment of or progress towards the targets should be monitored and evaluated.

The monitoring and evaluation should give. View more Examples of Evaluation Measures Rural tobacco prevention and control programs have found that having a common set of evaluation measures can help to keep the project team working towards the same goals. Baseline and interval measures can be used to monitor the effectiveness of program activities and document changes in the target population.

Part I. Action for tobacco control Chapter 1. The need for tobacco control Patterns of tobacco use and mortality World Health Assembly resolutions The social acceptability of tobacco use The importance of effective tobacco control Monitoring the tobacco epidemic Background reading Chapter 2.

A national plan of action for comprehensive. Smokeless Tobacco Products: Characteristics, Usage, Health Effects, and Regulatory Implications, a title in the Emerging Issues in Analytical Chemistry series, presents an overview of research on the second most dangerous tobacco product.

This book presents findings on public health risks emanating from the complex interaction between smokeless. Ten steps to a results-based monitoring and evaluation system: a hand-book for development practitioners / Jody Zall Kusek and Ray C.

Rist. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Government productivity—Developing countries—Evaluation. Performance standards—Developing countries—Evaluation. Total. Tobacco Survey [YTS]) and builds on these to create a strategy for gathering all data needed to measure program activities from inception through various stages of outcomes.

CDC’s evaluation framework outlines a number of steps in developing and implementing an. Last updated: July Suggested citation: van der Sterren, A, Greenhalgh, EM, Knoche, D, & Winstanley, MH Policies for advancing tobacco control programs among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scollo, MM and Winstanley, MH [editors].

Tobacco in Australia: Facts and issues. Melbourne: Cancer Council Victoria; Emory Centers for Training and TA - Home. (b) public awareness about the health risks of tobacco consumption and exposure to tobacco smoke, and about the benefits of the cessation of tobacco use and tobacco-free lifestyles as specified in Article ; (c) public access, in accordance with national law, to a wide range of information on the tobacco industry as relevant.

The Scottish Government launched a tobacco control strategy in with the ambition of making Scotland tobacco smoke-free by However, 17% of the adult population in Scotland smoke cigarettes. This study aimed to provide insight into why policies are successful or not and provide suggestions for future policy actions.

Individual interviews with ten tobacco control experts were. Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning in Emergencies page 6 Count Project teams can use simple monitoring forms to count progress toward activities and output-level indicators and determine if targets are being met in a timely manner.

These counts should begin when the first outputs are delivered and finish. Inthe county securitized MSA funds for other purposes, but sustained resources for tobacco control, dropping to a little more than $ by and $ by Consistent with National Association of County and City Health Officials guidelines,7 10% was set aside for evaluation.

In$ per capita of combined state and. Participatory monitoring and evaluation refers to a wide range of methods, including participatory rural appraisal, community surveys, and storytelling, where those who are affected by the. In the latest episode of Above The Fray, FAS President Ali Nouri‘s video podcast, he and the Coronavirus Project team discuss how the important role of scientists during pandemics and how we can all pitch in to make the world safer.

Past episodes are available on YouTube. The National Nutrition Action Plan 4 Status of monitoring and evaluation for Nutrition in Kenya 5 CHAPTER 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL NUTRITION MONITORING AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORK 7 Rationale 7 Goal and Objectives 7 Guiding Principles 8 Basic Concepts of Monitoring and Evaluation 8.

Monitoring and evaluation forms the basis for modification of interventions and assessing the quality of activities being conducted. Monitoring and evaluation can be used to demonstrate that programme efforts have had a measurable impact on expected outcomes and have been implemented effectively.

At State Level: Tobacco control cells with dedicated manpower for effective implementation and monitoring of anti tobacco laws and initiatives. At District Level: 1. Training of health and social workers,SHGs, NGOs,School teachers.

Local IEC activities. Setting up tobacco cessation facilities. School programmes. Monitoring Tobacco. Both public and private sectors can contribute critical data for performance monitoring.

Public health agencies, as part of the public health assessment function called for in The Future of Public Health, should promote, facilitate—and where necessary and appropriate—perform community health assessments and monitor changes in key. Monitoring and Evaluation Today Challanges.

While there are many tools available for monitoring and evaluation, data collection, and reporting, without a well-designed impact strategy, funder reporting often becomes chaos. Let us look at the challenges of current systems and discuss potential solutions.

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The use of cigarettes has a significant impact on society across Australia. The wellbeing of the communities they represent is undoubtedly affected by the. Statewide and Community Action Percentage of Adults Who Support a Ban on Smoking in Outdoor Public Places, Adult Tobacco Survey – and National Adult Tobacco Independent Evaluation Report for the New York Tobacco Control Program ES-2 reach a significant proportion of New Yorkers.

The decline in the. Tobacco Action Plan - Northern Territory Tobacco Control Action Committee Annual Report The Tobacco Action Plan for the Northern Territory is a commitment to the prevention and reduction of tobacco related harm and commits to the National Partnership Agreement on Preventive Health (NPAPH) benchmarks.

Monitoring performance and evaluating impact Over-evaluating quit lines Although formally evaluating a quit line can provide many benefits, evaluation can require significant resources.

Therefore, the extent of initial and ongoing evaluation as well as the. Public health leaders letter to media and movie studio CEOs calling for an R-rating for motion pictures with tobacco imagery.; Organization letter to House appropriators to oppose tobacco riders in the Agriculture-FDA FY spending bill.; Organization comments to FDA on a tobacco product standard.; Letters to House and Senate leaders and House and Senate Appropriations Committee leaders.

She holds a Masters in Public Health from the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education at the University of North Carolina. She has worked in Africa in the design, implementation and evaluation of health programs and in Colorado where she conducted an assessment of county-wide tobacco policies and co-wrote a county tobacco control plan.Continuing challenges.

Despite its demonstrated success, the CTCP can ill-afford to rest on its laurels. 9 The tobacco industry continues to spend obscene sums to market their products in California, far outweighing per capita expenditures on state and local tobacco control efforts.

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