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close this bookSelecting Reproductive Health Indicators: A Guide for District Managers (WHO - OMS, 1997, 36 p.)
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Open this folder and view contentsIntroduction
Open this folder and view contentsThe need for reproductive health indicators
Open this folder and view contentsSelecting reproductive health indicators
View the documentFollow-on activities
View the documentAnnex 1. Sample forms for selecting indicators
View the documentAnnex 2. Key background references
View the documentAnnex 3. Guidelines evaluation form

Annex 3. Guidelines evaluation form

GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INDICATORS

EVALUATION FORM

The purpose of these guidelines is to assist district level managers of reproductive health programmes to identify those indicators which are most useful to service development in their district.

Please help us to evaluate whether or not the guidelines achieve this purpose.

1.

Do you think district health managers require guidelines such as these to assist them in selecting indicators for reproductive health programmes? If you do not think they are necessary, tell us why not.


2.

Have you discussed using these guidelines with colleagues? What was the general view of their relevance to your work?


3.

Have you used the guidelines in any way? Did you follow the whole process described in Figure 1 or did you use some of the ideas suggested in the guidelines? It would be useful if you could describe how you used them.


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Did you use them on your own or were others involved? Who else was involved and what was their contribution?


5.

Please comment on the seven steps outlined in Figure 1. Are they clear and practical? If not, what are the problems?


6.

Please comment on the criteria detailed in Figure 2. Are they clear and practical? If not, what are the problems?


7.

Can you recommend any improvements to the guidelines which would make them more useful to you and your colleagues?


8.

Do you have any suggestions for other documents which would be useful to you in the identification and use of indicators for reproductive health programmes?

Thank you very much indeed for your time. Your comments will be acknowledged and up-dates on this work on indicators will be shared with you.

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