Identify one health care program area of activity in a population-based health organization you want to evaluate.

Review, update, and finalize the previous sections of your Health Care Program Evaluation Proposal.

Complete the remaining items of the proposal.

• Ethical, equity, and leadership considerations

• Implementing and monitoring strategies

Complete the Health Care Program Evaluation Proposal based on the following guidelines:

• Identify one health care program area of activity in a population-based health organization you want to evaluate. You may use the organization where you work, or a program offered by the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital.

• Using the following outline, prepare a draft proposal for a small-scale research project to evaluate your program.

• Your final proposal must be between 8,750 and 10,500 words.

• Title page, references page, table of contents, figures, and appendices do not count toward the minimum required length.

• All sources must be carefully referenced. Your proposal must include at least 25 references with at least 15 peer-reviewed sources.

Outline your Health Care Program Evaluation Proposal according to the following:

• Title page, including title of study, author’s name, and institution name

• Table of contents, listing headings that are in the narrative, and corresponding page numbers

• Table of exhibits listing type, number, title, and corresponding page numbers

• Introduction

• Program background

• Literature review

• Goals and specific objectives

• Evaluation model design

• Evaluation methods

• Data analysis and reporting

• Economic evaluation

• Ethical, equity, and leadership considerations

• Implementing and monitoring strategies

• References