Policy Evaluation Proposal Prepared by [Insert Your Name] Overview This assessment focuses

Policy Evaluation ProposalPrepared by [Insert Your Name]
Overview
This assessment focuses on policy evaluation rather than policy development. You will consider how different groups are affected by policies, including both intended and unintended consequences. Your will also conduct a simplified health equity impact assessment—making connections between policy and health equity.
Upon successful completion of this project, you should be able to:
CEPH.15. Evaluate policies for their impact on public health and health equity
PHE610.1: Analyze healthcare policymaking processes for informing policy solutions to public health problems
This project consists of several parts (listed in the outline below). Please complete all parts.
Part A—Overview of Policy & Evaluation Practices
A.1—Policy Description
A.2—Purpose and Context for Policy Evaluation
A.3—Scope of Health Equity Impact
Part B—Potential Policy Impacts
B.1—Logic Model of Policy (Intended Consequences)
B.2—Analysis of Unintended Consequences
Part C—Policy Evaluation Proposal
C.1—Proposed Evaluation Questions and Methodology
C.2—Ensuring Evaluation Quality
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Part A—Overview of Policy and Evaluation Practices
A.1—Policy Description
[Summarize the policy in three to five sentences.]
A.2—Purpose and Context for Policy Evaluation
Purpose
Who is asking for or will use the information (e.g., stakeholders)?
Why is the information is needed (e.g., congressional mandate)?
How will this information be used (e.g., to inform future efforts or the next step in the policy process)?
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Context
Timeframe for results
Availability of resources
Level of rigor expected
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A.3—Scope of Health Equity Impact
Populations
List the vulnerable or marginalized populations affected by the policy.
These populations may or may not be the target group of the policy.
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Part B—Potential Policy Impacts
B.1—Logic Model of Policy (Intended Consequences)
Inputs
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Activities
Outputs
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Outcomes
Short Term (within first two years)
Outcomes
Intermediate (within three to five years)
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Impacts
(long term outcomes; after five years)
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B.2—Analysis of Unintended Consequences
Unintended Consequences
Counterproductive Policy Effects
(i.e., opposite result from intended)
Ineffective Policy Effects
(i.e., no effect)
By-Products or Out-of-Scope
(i.e., other outcomes or populations from those intended)
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Part C—Policy Evaluation Proposal
C.1—Proposed Evaluation Questions and Methodology
Evaluation Question
Indicators
Collection Strategies
Evaluation of Policy Content
Formative Evaluation
Does the content clearly articulate the goals of the policy, its implementation, and the underlying logic for why the policy will produce intended change?
Evaluating the development of a policy helps to understand the context, content, and implementation.
[List two to three indicators that measure the question.]
[List two to three strategies that would collect data on the indicators.]
Evaluation of Policy Implementation
Process Evaluation
Was the policy implemented as intended?
The implementation of a policy is a critical component in understanding its effectiveness. Evaluation of policy implementation can provide important information about the barriers to and facilitators of implementation and a comparison between different components or intensities of implementation.
[List two to three indicators that measure the question.]
[List two to three strategies that would collect data on the indicators.]
Evaluation of Policy Impact
Outcome
Evaluation
Did the policy produce the intended outcomes and impact?
Within injury prevention, the intended impact may be a reduction in injuries or severity of injuries. However, it is important to evaluate short-term and intermediate outcomes as well.
[List two to three indicators that measure the question.]
[List two to three strategies that would collect data on the indicators.]
C.2—Ensuring Evaluation Quality
Evaluation Standards
Utility
What are the information needs for the proposed policy evaluation?
Feasibility
How will the evaluation procedures be practical, given the time, resources, and expertise available?
Propriety
How will an ethical and fair evaluation be conducted?
Accuracy
How will the proposed evaluation ensure accurate findings?
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