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TERKAN12 Evaluation of Projects and Programmes 3 ECTS
Period I Period II Period II Period IV
Language of instruction
Type or level of studies
Advanced studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Degree Programme in Health Sciences
School of Health Sciences

Learning outcomes

After completing the course the student
- has basic skills to plan, manage, implement, monitor and evaluate a programme or a project based on a logical framework. Skills could be used to carry out these tasks her/himself or as a decision-maker using programmes and projects as modalities or tools.
- appreciates the crucial importance of monitoring and evaluation and making decisions on the basis of them.
- has skills in conducting evaluation of programmes and projects and is able to critically analyse evaluations made.

General description

  • How to plan a programme or a project
  • Importance of monitoring and how to do it. 
  • Evaluation approaches in public health and health promotion. Briefly on economic evaluation as a special form of evaluation
  • Conducting an evaluation to learn if “right things are done right with the right results”.

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Professor Anneli Milén, Teacher responsible


3-Feb-2017 – 30-Mar-2017
Lectures 15 hours
Fri 3-Feb-2017 at 9-11, A207
Tue 7-Feb-2017 at 9-11, A207
Tue 14-Feb-2017 at 9-11, A207
Tue 21-Feb-2017 at 13-15, A207
Wed 22-Feb-2017 at 9-11, A207
Thu 23-Mar-2017 at 9-12, B241, Project presentations
Thu 23-Mar-2017 at 13-15, B241, Project presentations
Tue 28-Mar-2017 at 9-11, B241, Possible extra lecture!
Thu 30-Mar-2017 at 9-11, B241, Possible extra lecture!
Mon 10-Apr-2017 at 9.00-11.00, Ls 210-11, kurssitentti
Thu 11-May-2017 at 12.00-16, kurssitentti II (yleinen tentti)


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Study materials

Study materials

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Further information

Note! The structure and content of the course has changed. For original descriptions, please see curriculum: