Introduction: Greater specification of implementation strategies is a challenge for implementation science, but there is little guidance for delineating the use of multiple strategies involved in complex interventions. The Cardiovascular (CV) Toolkit project entails implementation of a toolkit designed to reduce CV risk by increasing women's engagement in appropriate services.
from literature to bed-side: a pragmatic approach to crc associated anemia "Time is gold for anemic patients waiting for CRC resection" Early and aggressive treatment of anemia in CRC enables optimization of preoperative Hb, thus transforming a high transfusion risk to a low transfusion risk, which improves outcomes.
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Oral health promotion for schoolchildren – evaluation of a pragmatic approach with emphasis on improving brushing skills. ... Due to the present study's proposed simplistic pragmatic approach, this program could be delivered by general health educators and not only dental hygienists.
A pragmatic approach to parole aftercare: Evaluation of a community reintegration program for high-risk youthful offenders Don A. Josi Armstrong Atlantic State University & Dale K. Sechrest California State University, San Bernardino
Pragmatic validity in research looks to a different paradigms from more traditional, (post)positivistic research approaches. It tries to ameliorate problems associated with the rigour-relevance debate, and is applicable in all kinds of research streams.
Scientific Versus Pragmatic Evaluation Postures Diversity in Evaluation Outlooks and Approaches Who Can Do Evaluations? 1 ... Chapter 1 / An Overview of Program Evaluation3 1. Terms in boldface are defined in the Key Concepts list at the end of the chapter and in the Glossary.
2 | Role Based Access Governance and HIPAA Compliance: A Pragmatic Approach The joiner/mover/leaver framework provides a useful mechanism for entitles to use as a basis for a risk based approach to access governance. Executive Summary
Aug 06, 2014· In this paper we discuss the approaches to selecting a TB case finding intervention and describe a pragmatic framework for monitoring and evaluation based primarily on routinely collected surveillance data, optimizing the strengths and limitations of different research and evaluation …
A Pragmatic Approach to Validity Although numerous schools and districts survey their students about aspects of their social-emotional learning, the practice raises concerns from critics and champions alike (e.g., ... questions to facilitate the evaluation of these threats and, conversely, weigh the evidence in …
Pragmatism was a philosophical tradition that originated in the United States around 1870. The most important of the 'classical pragmatists' were Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914), William James (1842–1910) and John Dewey (1859–1952).
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into account in the annual evaluation of faculty members. The next major advancement in assessment at AUST oc-curred in the second semester of 2004/2005 when the Depart-ment of Computer Science established procedures, and tools for ... A Case Study of a Pragmatic Approach ...
Pragmatism is a philosophical tradition that began in the United States around 1870. Its origins are often attributed to the philosophers William James, John Dewey, and Charles Sanders Peirce.Peirce later described it in his pragmatic maxim: "Consider the practical effects of the objects of your conception.Then, your conception of those effects is the whole of your conception of the object."
The successful evaluation of HCP well-being depends on a series of strategic decisions, including who to survey (e.g., all employees or only a subset), how to survey (electronic or paper survey, local administration or external vendor), when to survey (timing and frequency), and what to include on the survey (i.e., items).
'Pragmatic Evaluation': A Conceptual Framework for Designing a Systematic Approach to Evaluation of eHealth Interventions: 10.4018/978-1-4666-0909-9.ch004: E-Health continues to be implemented despite continued demonstration that it lacks value. Specific guidance regarding research approaches and methodologies
Evaluation of pragmatism. ... A distinction is often drawn between the ideological and the pragmatic approach to politics, the latter being understood as the approach that treats particular issues and problems purely on their merits and does not attempt to apply doctrinal, preconceived remedies. ...
The Pragmatic Approach 172 Qualitative Evaluation Methods: Some Basics 172 ... evaluation approaches, but will spend more time focusing on the ways that qualitative methods can be used. ... is a general movement toward Patton's more pragmatic pluralism. Even in
Evaluating Health Technology Through Pragmatic Trials Novel Approaches to Generate High-Quality Evidence. Eric D. Peterson, MD, MPH 1; ... This allowed for a more realistic measure of the effectiveness of the diagnostic influence on subsequent evaluation and treatment. In addition, the authors efficiently measured the downstream clinical and ...
exploring more complex phenomenon as compared to the pragmatic approach. However, these conclusions are drawn from one study of one real-world evaluation. Much more scholarship is needed to explore the issues raised here.
Toward a More Pragmatic Approach to Morality: A Critical Evaluation of Kohlberg's Model Dennis L. Krebs and Kathy Denton ... pragmatic approach in a set of propositions that, we argue, is better ... judgment to moral behavior that is based in the assumption that the TOWARD A MORE PRAGMATIC APPROACH TO MORALITY.
A Pragmatic Approach to Validity Although numerous schools and districts survey their students about aspects of their social-emotional learning, the practice raises concerns from critics and champions alike (e.g., ... questions to facilitate the evaluation of these threats and, conversely, weigh the evidence in favor of validity.
She specializes in employing pragmatic, mixed-methods approaches to planning and evaluation that cultivate participation, rigor, innovation, reflection, and ownership. Elizabeth holds a BSc in Natural Resources Management from Cornell University and an MSc in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology from the University of Maryland.
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