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Program planning
the process of designing a program to meet a nutritional need or to fill a gap in service
Factors that trigger program planning:
Results of the community needs assessment
Mandate from an organization’s national office or from a federal agency
Research findings
Community leader agenda
Availability of funding for new programs
Government policy
Whats the first step in designing an intervention in a program plan?
review the program's goal and objectives
A program plan consists of 3 parts such as?
Designing of the proposed intervention, nutrition education component, marketing plan
Level 1 Intervention Strategy:
Building Awareness
-successful in increasing knowledge and sometimes attitudes
Level 2 strategy?
Help participants change lifestyle habits that may harm their health
Formative evaluation
the process of testing and assessing certain elements of a program before it is implemented fully
Process evaluation
a measure of program activities or efforts that is, of how a program is implemented
what are the 3 parts of a program plan?
Designing of the proposed intervention
Nutrition Education component
Marketing Plan
The _______ ________ describes how your plan achieves the program goals and objectives.
Nutrition Intervention
Example of Level 1 Interventions?
Health fairs, health screenings, flyers, media announcement, health claims on food labels,
Examples of Level 2 interventions?
one to one counsleing, small group sessions, fitness programs in schools, company incentives to join local fitness clubs
Examples of level 3 interventions?
Worksiet cafeteria programs, peer leadership

Point of purchase labeling, tax incentives for companies, medicare coverage of medical nutrition thearpy, school policy that restricts access to candy and soft drink machines
When designing the intervention, remember to take into consideration your audience's readiness to change. Recall these theories to explain decision making processes:
stages of change model, health belief model, theory of planned behavior
What is needed when developing a Nutrition Education Plan?
1. Assess the needs of your population (logistics, educational level, instructional tools)
2. Set goals and objectives for the nutrition education to be provided
3. Specify the format for your nutrition education
(lectures, demonstrations, individual counseling
4. Choose program identifiers
(program name, logos, tag lines)
5. Specify partnerships
(Partnerships can help control costs and draw interest) (local businesses)