PRECEDE-PROCEED and Interventions

PRECEDE-PROCEED and Interventions
The PRECEDE-PROCEED model is used in planning health behavior interventions.
In your own words, create a 2-3 page Word document for your response. Use 12-point Times New Roman or Arial font. Use APA format for the title page, references page, and in-text citations for your paper. Explain in detail how you would use the PRECEDE-PROCEED model in developing a health intervention with a theory as a foundation. Use the following information as a guide for your paper:
PRECEDE has four phases:
Phase 1: Identify the ultimate desired result.
Phase 2: Identify the following:
Behavioral and environmental determinants stand in the way of achieving the desired result.
Conditions that have to be attained to achieve the result.
Behaviors, lifestyles, and/or environmental factors that affect those issues or conditions.
Phase 3: Identify the predisposing, enabling, and reinforcing factors that can affect the
behaviors, attitudes, and environmental factors given priority in Phase 2.
Phase 4: Identify the administrative and policy factors that influence what can be implemented.
PROCEED has four phases that cover the actual implementation of the intervention and the
careful evaluation of it, working back to the original starting point – the ultimate desired outcome
of the process. You do not have to implement the intervention; instead, explain how you would
implement, evaluate, and judge the impact of the intervention.
Phase 5: Implementation – What is the design, and how will the actual intervention be
Phase 6: A process evaluation. Will you actually implement the things you planned to do? How
will you evaluate this process?
Phase 7: An impact evaluation. Will the intervention have the desired impact on the target
population? How will you evaluate the impact?
Phase 8: Outcome evaluation. Will the intervention leading to the outcome (the desired result)
that was envisioned in Phase 1? How will you evaluate the final outcome?

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