This course introduces the student to research methods used in health education and promotion. In addition, this course examines the rationale and procedure to evaluate health education/promotion programs. The course focuses on several topics including: research design, methods of program evaluation, planning research and evaluation, the politics and ethics of evaluation, measurement, sampling logistics, data analysis, and the development, in conjunction with Program Planning I (PUBH 4132), of a student project. 3 credits (3-0-3).
Bland, Helen W., "PUBH 4134 A & B – Research Methods and Evaluation (CRN A=86030, B = 87523)" (2018). Public Health Syllabi. 351.