Intervention Mapping

Facilitated by Gerjo Kok, Herman Schaalma, Rob Ruiter
 
CREATE is saddened to learn of the loss of Professor Herman Schaalma on 25 July, 2009.
Our thoughts and condolences are with his family and friends at this difficult time.
 
Intervention Mapping: Designing Theory-based and Evidence-based Interventions: This workshop focused on the introduction of Intervention Mapping, a protocol for the development of theory- and evidence-based health education & promotion programs. The emphasis was on applying the Intervention Mapping processes to the development of prevention programs. Participants were guided through a series of steps that taught them theory- and evidence-based program development.
 
Objectives: Course participants applied Intervention Mapping to selected prevention issues. As a result, participants were taught the skill of designing their own theory- and evidence-based prevention interventions.
 
Contents: Orientation to, and application of Intervention Mapping; orientation to prevention; approaches to using theory; prevention program case examples; review of theories used in health promotion.
 
Intervention Mapping steps:
  • Needs Assessment
  • Writing Performance Objectives
  • Change Objectives
  • Selecting Intervention Methods
  • Translating Methods into Strategies
  • Organizing Strategies into Programs
  • Creating Program Products
  • Planning for Program Adoption and Implementation
  • Planning for Program Evaluation
Conference: 
Social Change and New Challenges for Health Psychology