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Health Promotion Practice
Like all living things, health education programs grow, change, and mature. If left unattended, however, they can fade, fail, or fall apart. Evaluation can strengthen a program, particularly when it is rooted in a strong relationship among experienced, knowledgeable, and motivated teams of planners, implementers, clients, and evaluators. Evaluation can be the key to helping your program realize its full potential and, even, if threatened, flourish. When program and evaluation staff work together on pilot/demonstration projects, new program roll-outs, or established interventions, the results are like “Miracle Grow” to your programs!
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Lieberman, Lisa D., "Program “Miracle Grow”: Program Staff and Evaluators Joining Forces to Power-Up Program Potential" (2009). Department of Public Health Scholarship and Creative Works. 162.
Lieberman, Lisa D. "Program “Miracle Grow”: Program Staff and Evaluators Joining Forces to Power-Up Program Potential." Health promotion practice 10, no. 2 (2009): 168-170. Harvard
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