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What term indicates objectives that are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound?

SMART-Method

2

What in the SMART Method means writing an objective, and clearing stating exactly what you plan to achieve and includes the four W's: Who or what expects to change, what or how much change, where change occur, and when?

Specific

3

What of the SMART method includes comparing percentages or other data collected

Measurable

4

What is the baseline measure that will assist in estimating the level of success that one might expect to achieve

Achievable

5

A term in SMART model where there is a limited window of opportunity in which to address a concern

Realistic

6

Type and intensity of the interventions, activities, and evaluation that will depend on how much time is estimated to achieve the goals?

Time-Bound

7

What are the types of interventions that are most effective?

Instruction, counseling, regulatory strategies, environmental change, social support, direct interventions, communications, advocacy

8

What identified preventive interventions for different target populations, and different health problems that consisted of the three levels of preventive interventions?

The Institute of Medicine (1994)

9

What are the three levels of preventive interventions?

Universal, Selective, and Indicated

10

What preventive intervention includes the target population is the general public or a population that has not been identified risk

Universal preventive

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What preventive intervention includes the target population is individuals or a subgroup of a population whose risk of developing illness is significantly higher than average?

Selective preventive

12

What preventive intervention includes the target population is a high risk individuals who have detectable signs and symptoms but have not reached a particular health problem?

Indicated preventive

13

What focuses on information, modeling, education, and training in order to promote change in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behavior, regard to health risks such as smoking, eating

Health promotion interventions for individuals

14

What focuses on social advocacy in order to change legislative, budgetary, and institutional settings that affect community, organizational and individual levels

Public advocacy

15

What are the following criteria that should be considered appropriate?

Availability, Reading level, and production quality and suitability

16

The Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM) is used to assess printed, videotaped and audio instructions. SAM scores materials in six categories?

Content, Literacy demand, Graphics, Layout and topography, Learning stimulation, and cultural appropriations

17

What yields a final percentage score, which falls into one of three categories? What are the three categories?

SAM

Superior, adequate, or not suitable

18

What are the two key sources of evidenced based interventions developed by the federal government?

NREPP (National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practice)

RTIP's (Research Tested Intervention Programs)

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What is the extent to which delivery of a health intervention conforms to curriculum, protocol, or guidelines for implementing that intervention?

Fidelity