Step Five: Collect and Analyze Data

The third possible result after data analysis is that you become aware that your program was not implemented correctly and your objectives were not achieved.  If this has occurred, focus on reasons why program implementation did not occur as it was intended, and consider ways to improve fidelity to the program model.

For example:

  • Are program participants from the correct target population?  If not, why not?  How might you select appropriate program participants in the future?
  • Were activities carried out in the manner and frequency they were intended?  If not, what resources might help you adhere more closely to the intended activities?
  • Have any external factors prevented you from properly implementing your program?  If so, how could you prevent this from occurring in the future?

 

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