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PUBH6007 Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation

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ASSESSMENT 2A BRIEF
Subject Code and TitlePUBH6007 Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation
AssessmentAssessment 2: Part A: Presentation: Project Plan: Objectives, Strategies and Logic Model
Individual/GroupGroup
LengthPart A: 10-minute presentation, 3-minute questions
Learning OutcomesInterpret the importance of performing needs analysis in public health program development. Apply different methodologies of needs assessment to establish and prioritise community needs.Develop a Program Logic Model and critically analyse the link between the components of Program Logic Model and Program Theory in Public Health program designDevelop an evidence-based Program and Evaluation Plan for the implementation and evaluation of a Public Health Program.Critically examine and apply the principles and strategies of community and stakeholder engagement.Critically examine and apply the principles of evaluation, comparing the types and stages of evaluation utilised in Public Health Program development.
SubmissionPart A: Online: Presentation recordings and powerpoint slides due Sunday of Module 8 at 11.55pm AEST. On-campus: Presentations and Powerpoint slides due Module 8 in class.
WeightingPart A: 20%
Total Marks100 marks
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*Please Note: This time is AEST or AEDT (Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra). Please convert to your own time zone (e.g. Adelaide = 11:25pm).

Assessment Task

The culmination of individual needs assessments will mean that your group now has a

comprehensive and complex understanding of your target population. It’s now time to start planning! In Assessment 2 your group will be required to present a blueprint of your program plan to your fellow students. In this presentation (10 min) your group needs to outline your programs objectives and strategies, and present your logic model. You will also be expected to answer questions (3 min) from your peers and your learning facilitator.

Assessment Flow Chart

Please ensure that you read the Portfolio Assessment Brief before completing this assessment.

  1. Needs assessment (Individual)
  • Part A: Objectives,

Strategies & Logic

Model (Group)

  • Part B: Program Planning,
  • Reflection: Program Planning Process and

Colaboration

(Individual)

Context

The ability to communicate and present ideas clearly is essential for your success as a public health professional. Public health professionals rarely work in isolation, and as such collaboration skills are essential to your career in Public health. In this assessment you will have the opportunity to learn skills required to present and interact efficiently with stakeholders, as well as amongst your group members. The successful completion of this assessment requires strong collaboration and engagement from all group members.

Task Instructions:

In this task you are required to create and present a 10 minute group presentation that provides a blueprint of your program plan. This presentation needs to include the following.

1.  Include an overview of your group’s presentation:

  • A brief introduction of your group and topic.
    • A brief overview of your public health issue based on need assessment.

2.  Program and Evaluation Plan blueprint:

  • Program Logic model
    • Based on prioritised need for a chosen population.
    • Overarching Goal
      • The overall aim that you want to achieve via your program following SMART criteria.
    • Objectives
      • There should be at least 3 objectives following SMART criteria.
    • Strategies
      • How you will go about achieving your goal and objectives;
      • The activities that will contribute to the achievement of the objectives.
      • A clear relationship between activities and outcomes Which activities are being implemented through engagement of stakeholders to produce progress on which outcomes?

3.  Risks and Challenges

  • Identify any potential challenges to the program
    • What may occur that can put the program at risk, what are the challenges, and how will you address them?
      • For example, people may not enrol?

4.  Brief Conclusion and summary

  • Slide with references

6.  Questions

  • Each group will spend 3 minutes answering questions from the Learning Facilitator and from fellow students. Groups will be marked on both the quality of the answers they provide and the quality of the questions they ask other groups.

Referencing

It is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research. Please see more information on referencing in the Academic Skills webpage.

Submission Instructions

Online

Recording Instructions

  • You can record your group presentation using the web conferencing app of your preference, for example, Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc.
    • Please note that ad-hoc university tech support for web conferencing apps is not available.
    • Please refer to the following useful information to guide you in compressing and uploading your video presentation:
      • Steps required to record your video presentation.

You will be teamed up with another group by your Learning Facilitator. You will need to organise a time that suits all members, and meet via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, or via Zoom, to present your presentations to each other. Each group must ask and answer 3 minutes of questions.

This session is to be recorded and the recording link and slides need to be uploaded to the Assessment 2 link in the main navigation menu in PUBH6007 Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation.

On-Campus:

Groups will be allocated a time to present during the Module 8 class each group must ask and answer 3 minutes of questions. Presentation slides will need to be uploaded to Assessment 2 link in the main navigation menu in PUBH6007 Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation the completion of the Module 8 class.

The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the Blackboard portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grade

Academic Integrity

All students are responsible for ensuring that all work submitted is their own and is appropriately referenced and academically written according to the Academic Writing Guide. Students also need

Assessment Rubric

  Assessment AttributesFail (Yet to achieve minimum standard) 0-49%Pass (Functional) 50-64%Credit (Proficient) 65-74%Distinction (Advanced) 75-84%High Distinction (Exceptional) 85-100%
  Overview of the topic and demonstrated understanding of the issue   Principles of program planning, key components of program planning including; program logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal,Overview of the topic does not demonstrate an understanding of the public health issue/problem being expored.Overview of the topic demonstrates a limited understanding of the public health issue/problem being expored.Overview of the topic demonstrates a good understanding of the public health issue/problem being expored.Overview of the topic demonstrates a very good understanding of the public health issue/problem being expored.Overview of the topic demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the public health issue/problem being expored.

objective, strategies and challenges. Percentage for this criterion =30%Presentation and discussion of the key components of program planning including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives, and strategies is limited or lacking.   Potential challenges are not idenfitiedPresentation and discussion of the key components of program planning including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives, and strategies, demonstrates a limited understanding of the program planning process. Potential challenges idenfitied demonstrate limited understanding of the barriers that can occur within program design and planning.Presentation and discussion of the key components of program planning including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives, and strategies, demonstrates an appropriate understanding of the program planning process. Potential challenges idenfitied demonstrate a good understanding of the barriers that can occur within program design and planning.Presentation and discussion of the key components of program planning including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives, and strategies, demonstrates an impressive understanding of the program planning process. Potential challenges idenfitied demonstrate a well rounded understanding of the barriers that can occur within program design and planning.Presentation and discussion of the key components of program planning including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives, and strategies, demonstrates an indepth understanding of the program planning process. Potential challenges idenfitied demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the barriers that can occur within program design and planning.
Application and analysis   Critical analysis of the public health problem, analysis of needs and challenges. Application of key planning components; logic model, goal, objectives, strategies including use of SMART crtieria.   Percentage for this criterion = 40%Critical analysis of the public health issue is lacking. Evidence is required to support the discussion of needs analysis and potential challenges.   Key components of the program planning process including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives and strategies including stakeholder engagement applied incorrectly, and key aspects are missing Relationships between activities and outcomes are not identified. SMART criteria is not utilised and demonstrated correctlyCritical analysis of the public health issue is limited. More detailed evidence is required to support the discussion of needs analysis and potential challenges.   Key components of the program planning process including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives and strategies including stakeholder engagement are not applied correctly, or key aspects are missing Relationships between activities and outcomes are not clearly identified. SMART criteria is utilised, but aspects are not demonstrated fullyCritical analysis of the public health issue demonstrated, including an evidence based discussion of the needs analysis and potential challenges.   Key components of the program planning process including logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objectives and strategies including stakeholder engagement are utilised and applied correctly, with no aspects missing. Relationships between activities and outcomes are clearly identified. SMART criteria is utilised and demonstrated correctlyDetailed critical analysis of the public health issue demonstrated, including a well developed evidence based discussion of the needs analysis and potential challenges.   Key components of the program planning process logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objective and strategies including stakeholder engagement are utilised and applied well, with no aspects missing. Relationships between activities and outcomes are clearly identified.   SMART criteria is utilised and demonstrated clearly and correctlyExceptional critical analysis of the public health issue demonstrated, including an insightful and sophisticated and evidence based discussion of the needs analysis and potential challenges. Key components of the program planning process logic model, prioritisation of needs, goal, objective and strategies including stakeholder engagement are applied correctly and professionally. Relationships between activities and outcomes are identified and described clearly and succinctly SMART criteria is utilised and demonstrated clearly, correctly and realistically
  Quality of questions and answers   Percentage for this criterion = 10%Group did not provide appropriate answers Group did not ask questionsGroup provided answers, though detail is lacking . Group questions demonstrate a limited level of engagement and inquiryGroup provided accurate answers. Group questions demonstrate a good level of engagement and inquiryGroup provided accurate and well articulated answers. Group questions demonstrate an high levels of engagement, inquiry and analysis.Group provided accurate and well articulated answers that demonstrated a sophistication of thinking.   Group questions demonstrate a impressive levels of engagement, inquiry and analysis.
Group contribution, collaboration and dynamic. Group member engagement and contribution. Group organisation and dynamic   Percentage for this criterion = 10%Minimal group members were active in the presentation. Minimal group members engaged in asking and answering questions.   Presentation lacks group cohesion and organisation.Some group members were active in the presentation.   Some group members engaged in asking and answering questions. Presentation demonstrates limited group cohesion and organisation.Most group members were active in the presentation. Most group members engaged in asking and answering questions.   . Presentation demonstrates a good level of group cohesion and organisationAll group members were highly active in the presentation.   All group members engaged in asking and answering questions. Presentation demonstrates a very goodlevel of group cohesion and organisation.All group members were highly active and dynamic in their involvement in the presentation.   All group members engaged in asking highly relevant questions and providing clear and well articulated answers. Presentation demonstrates a high level of group cohesion and organisation.
Quality of Presentation   Percentage for this criterion = 10%Presentation is insufficient in terms of content and presentation time   Presentation does not flow and there are grammatical errors. Limited research evident There are numerous mistakes in using the APA StylePresentation is lacking in terms of content   Presentation flows though there are grammatical errors.   More extensive research is required There are limited mistakes in using the APA StylePresentation is well articulated in terms of content and presentation time   Presentation flows well and has no grammatical errors. Relevant research sources used to support and develop arguments and position statements. Though more evidence is required. Shows evidence of limited reading beyond the key reading. There are no mistakes in using the APA StylePresentation is very well articulated in terms of content and presentation time   Presentation flows logically, and has no grammatical errors. Quality, credible and relevant research sources used to support and develop arguments and position statements. Shows evidence of reading beyond the key reading. There are no mistakes in using the APA Style.Presentation is expertly articulated in terms of content and presentation time   Presentation flows logically and professionally, and has no grammatical errors. High‐quality, credible and relevant research sources used to support and develop arguments and position statements. Shows extensive evidence of reading beyond the key reading. There are no mistakes in using the APA Style.
The following Subject Learning Outcomes are addressed in this assessment
SLO a)Interpret the importance of performing needs analysis in public health program development. Apply different methodologies of needs assessment to establish and prioritise community needs.
SLO b)Develop a Program Logic Model and critically analyse the link between the components of Program Logic Model and Program Theory in Public Health program design
SLO c)Develop an evidence-based Program and Evaluation Plan for the implementation and evaluation of a Public Health Program.
SLO d)Critically examine and apply the principles and strategies of community and stakeholder engagement.
SLO e)Critically examine and apply the principles of evaluation, comparing the types and stages of evaluation utilised in Public Health Program development.