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Evaluation of the Implementation of Health Promotion Programs at Universities and Colleges: Based on RE-AIM Framework
Health Promoting Schools
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the implementation of health promotion programs at universities and colleges based on the five dimensions of the RE-AIM framework. Textual analysis from the Outcome Evaluation Report of the College Health Promotion Programs in 2017 and qualitative interviews with purposive sampling were employed to examine and compare the differences of health promotion programs between those that were awarded and those that were not. Findings of the study were as follows. On the Reach dimension, non-awaded schools failed topromote programs widely and only reached out to faculty, staff and students; on the Effectiveness dimension, results were not quantitatively presented; on the Adoption dimension, collaboration across departments encountered difficulties; on the Implementation dimension, the delivery was monotonous; on the Maintenance dimension, these schools attributed the difficulty to raise the awareness. On the contrary, awarded schools also outreached to the community and took advantage of internet and media communications to enhance their effectiveness; on the Adoption dimension, campus administrators took programs seriously and participated in them while facilitating collaboration across departments and units on campus; on the Implementation dimension, programs were carried out in a diverse approach. On the Maintenance dimension, they continued to promote health programs based on prior experiences and healthy life styles previously established among individuals and in institutions. The study indicated several important implications and suggestions for universities in implementing their campus health programs in the future.
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