Maternal and Child Health: Programs, Problems, and Policy in Public Health.

Book: (THE BOOK)Jonathan B. Kotch (ed.) Maternal and Child Health: Programs, Problems, and Policy in Public Health. Sudbury, Massachusetts:Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 3 rd edition, 2013 RESPOND TO THESE SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS. RESPONSES SHOULD BE APPROXIMATELY 3-5 SENTENCES IN LENGTH, USE YOUR OWN WORDS, AND CONTAIN NO SPELLING AND GRAMMATICAL ERRORS.
Chapter 17

  1. a) Why is MCH research valued?
    b) What does it offer us?
  2. Briefly describe each of the research needs considered most pressing by the authors of our text.
  3. a. On a practical level, what does research measurement entail?
    b. Cite two “starting points” for developing and assessing a research study. Explain each.
    c. What is “causality” and what does establishing causality allow?
  4. Define: a) theory, b) hypothesis, and c) operational definition.
  5. a) What is “evaluation” in the context of public health programs?
    b) What is the difference between process and outcome evaluation?
    Chapter 18: For this chapter you have only one question. The content of your response will be more extensive than for other questions.
  6. Describe the steps of program assessment and planning as laid out in Figure 18-1.

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