Chapter 8: Program management – monitoring and evaluation for peer health navigation programs

In this chapter, we identify a host agency’s program monitoring and evaluation responsibilities.

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Programming resources and tools

The following resources can be used to support a host agency’s program monitoring and evaluation responsibilities. Where a resource addresses a specific recommendation from the chapter, the recommendation number is provided.

General

Chapter 7: Evaluating peer programs from Building blocks to peer program success: A toolkit for developing HIV peer programs

Peer Education and Training Sites/Resource and Evaluation Center (PETS/REC) Initiative

This chapter explores key aspects of the evaluation of a peer health navigation program such as outcome selection, logic model development and data collection methods. A separate accompanying document contains evaluation tools and instruments.

Client outcomes

Peer-to-peer program satisfaction survey

Peer-to-Peer Program, Population & Public Health Services - Regina, Saskatchewan Health Authority

This evaluation form is used by clients of the Peer-to-Peer Program to evaluate the program and their experience with their peer mentor. (supports recommendation 3)

Peer health navigator outcomes

Peer mentor exit interview

Peer-to-Peer Program, Population & Public Health Services - Regina, Saskatchewan Health Authority

This resource provides a series of questions to assess the experience of peers leaving the Peer-to-Peer Program. (supports recommendation 4)

Circle of Care peer support worker exit feedback form (page 34) from Circle of Care: Peer support component operations manual

Toronto People With AIDS Foundation | The Teresa Group | Prisoners with HIV/AIDS Support Action Network | Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention | AIDS Committee of Toronto

This manual provides operational guidance for the Circle of Care peer support programs. It includes a form that allows peers who are leaving the program to share feedback on their experience as peer support workers. Please note that the manual is a working draft; further information about forthcoming revisions can be obtained from the authors. (supports recommendation 4)

Program delivery statistics

Peer program contact form

Peer-to-Peer Program, Population & Public Health Services - Regina, Saskatchewan Health Authority

This form is used by peers to document contact and interaction with a client at the Peer-to-Peer Program. (supports recommendation 5)