Healthy Communities Evaluation Tools : General Tools


Advisory Committee

Healthy Communities Advisory Committee Evaluation

  • Description: Script & interview questions used to obtain feedback and understand how communities work together to improve health
  • Format: Phone interview
  • Source: UW Center for Public Health Nutrition
  • Download: Word Doc

Healthy Communities Advisory Committee Meeting Evaluation

  • Description: Questions abour meeting effectiveness and suggestions for improvement.
  • Format: Paper Survey
  • Source: UW Center for Public Health Nutrition
  • Download: Word Doc

Evaluation Planning & Logic Models 

Evaluation Planning: Indicators and Methods

  • Description: Template for documenting evaluation needs, indicators, and methods/tools.
  • Format: Word Table Template
  • Source: UW Center for Public Health Nutrition
  • Notes: Tool was used to identify evaluation needs/plans for the new Healthy Communities projects.
  • Download: Word Doc

Evaluation Planning: who, what, when, why, how?

  • Description: Table with columns that ask about purpose, needs and responsibilities for evaluation in order to facilitate resource management.
  • Format: Word Template
  • Source: UW Center for Public Health Nutrition
  • Notes:Used to help guide design, execution and follow through, including who will do what and who needs to see the evaluation results
  • Download: Word Doc

Logic Model Template

  • Description: Basic template for creating a logic model. 
  • Format: Word Table Template
  • Source: General outline is widely used, adapted by UW Center for Public Health Nutrition
  • Notes: Column headings include: resources, activities, outputs, outcomes, goals
  • Download: Word Doc

See Additional Resources for more information on developing logic models.


Other

Media Log

  • Description: Form for tracking media messages (releases) and media coverage. 
  • Format: Word Template
  • Source: Provided by Amy Ellings.  Original author unknown.
  • Download: Word Doc