EVENT: Intervention Mapping May 14-18 in Austin, Texas
Intervention Mapping offers a step-by-step process using the best information from behavioral and social sciences to make theory practical and create effective interventions.
You’re invited to attend an Intervention Mapping workshop May 14-18, 2012, at the UT School of Public Health, Austin Regional Campus in Austin, Texas.
The workshop will present Intervention Mapping steps (below) and tasks, as well as examples from actual projects:
1. Assessment of needs and capacity
2. Specification of program outcomes and change objectives
3. Selection of theory-based methods and practical applications
4. Designing the intervention program
5. Planning for program adoption and implementation
6. Planning for program evaluation.
Group work will enable participants to apply Intervention Mapping to their intervention projects, and all participants receive a copy of Planning Health Promotion: An Intervention Mapping Approach (2011).
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