Strategy for Instructional Systems Design and Formative Evaluation.
Final rept. Jul 75-Jul 76,
ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES (ARMY) FORT SAM HOUSTON TX HEALTH CARE STUDIES DIV
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The overall purpose of the study was to deal with the elements of a systems model for designing patient education modules in eight areas hypertension, diabetes, weight control, breast self-examination, vaginitis, family planning, child growth and development, and low back pain. The event identification of the system approach that was used consisted of 1 topic selection 2 task analysis 3 development of behavioral objectives 4 real world search for existing educational software 5 evaluation of existing educational software 6 development of criterion measures 7 design of the instructional system 8 formative evaluation 9 data collection 10 revision 11 physician evaluation 12 cost analysis 13 and final staff evaluation. Examples are given for each of the eight patient education areas, in addition to the enlisted health educators functions, system narratives, and data collection sheets. Also addressed was the evaluation of several types of educational hardware used to carry the audiovisual presentations and the effectiveness of each. Author
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