Practical guide to design, monitoring, evaluation and prevention programmes
The objective of the guide is to offer a useful and applied tool to guide the design, monitoring and evaluation processes of preventive programs, which serves as a simple and intuitive basis to guide and advise those entities that want to improve the quality of their programs.
Based on the Logic Model methodology, the guide explains, step by step, the phases to follow to design, monitor and evaluate prevention programs. Ultimately, implementing a Logical Model of intervention involves creating a quality planning and evaluation system that guarantees the logical interconnection between the different components of the program. As the EMCDDA points out in “European quality standards for drug addiction prevention”, the development of a logic model will increase the potential effectiveness of intervention programs by adjusting and ensuring internal coherence between:
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