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The PRECEDE-PROCEED Model
2022 Edition

Health Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation:
Creating Behavioral, Environmental, and Policy Change
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022 

The 2022 publication by Johns Hopkins University Press of Health Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation: Creating Behavioral, Environmental and Policy Change, represents a 5th in the series of textbooks as PRECEDE-PROCEED reference points (1980 Green with Kreuter, Deeds & Partridge;  2nd 3rdand 4th editions in 1991, 1999,  and 2005 with Kreuter). 

 

Click here for the 2022 book. 

Click here for the Table of Contents.  

THE PRECEDE-PROCEED MODEL 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The model continues to evolve in the 2022 edition with an added cast of distinguished chapter authors to match the ever-widening range of population health and public health planning, implementation, and evaluation challenges. Also, three new co-editors with experienced-hands in model components join the 2022 edition including Andrea Gielen who has a long and distinguished history of experience with research and teaching the model; Judith Ottoson who brings her years of experience with and teaching of, and practice in implementation research and program evaluation; and Darleen Peterson who adds to the book her academic experience with meeting and helping shape the criteria of the national Council for certification of practitioners and accreditation of schools of public health.   

 

Click here for a link to a description of the book editors. Click here for a link to a list of all contributing chapter authors.

The PRECEDE-PROCEED model was founded and remains grounded on the disciplines of epidemiology and ecology; the social, behavioral, and educational sciences; and public health administrative and policy studies and experience. Throughout the work with PRECEDE and PROCEED, two fundamental propositions are emphasized: (1) health and health risks are caused by multiple factors and (2) because health and health risks are subject to multiple determinants, efforts to effect behavioral, environmental, and social change must be multidimensional or multisectoral, and participatory. In the latest iteration of the model shown here, these foundations hold firm for phases 1,2,4,6, and 8, with some elaboration and updated experiences offered since previous versions. 

 

The innovations in this latest edition center around Phases 4 and 5 where the work of program and policy implementation and evaluation are carved in more detail with specific guidance to model users. Phase 4 continues to follow the diagnostic assessments of Phases 1, 2 and 3, but in this edition this phase brings to the forefront the development of not only PROCEED intervention strategies, but implementation and evaluation strategies, as well. Implementation of intervention strategies and evaluation strategies are launched in Phase 4.  Phase 5 now focuses on the process evaluation of interventions and Phases 6-8 continue with the implementation of PROCEED tasks, including the evaluation of the short-term, intermediate, and long-term outcomes (previously named “impact” and “outcomes”). 

References cited here:

 

Green, L.W., Gielen, A.C., Ottoson, J.M., Peterson, D. V., & Kreuter, M. W., Health Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation: Creating Behavioral, Environmental and Policy Change. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2022.

 

Green, L.W. & Kreuter, M.W. Health Program Planning: An Educational and Ecological Approach. 4th edition. NY: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2005.   

 

Green, L.W. & Kreuter, M.W. Health Promotion Planning: An Educational and Ecological Approach, 3rd edition. NY: Mayfield Publishing was purchased by McGraw-Hill in 1999.

 

Green, L.W. & Kreuter, M.W. Health Promotion Planning: An Educational and Environmental Approach, 2nd edition. Palo Alto: Mayfield Publishing Co., 1991.

 

Green, LW, Kreuter, M.W., Deeds, S. & Partridge, K. Health Education Planning: A Diagnostic Approach. Palo Alto, CA:  Mayfield Publishing Co., 1980. [first edition]

Green, LW, Kreuter, M.W., Deeds, S. & Partridge, K. Health Education Planning: A Diagnostic Approach. Palo Alto, CA:  Mayfield Publishing Co., 1980. [first edition]

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