Stage 4. Selecting the theoretical approach
What steps should be completed?
The following two steps have to be completed to plan this stage:
Step 1: select the theoretical approach or approaches on which the intervention will be based.
Step 2: review intervention objectives in light of the implications of the theoretical approach adopted.
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Phase 1. Assessing the needs
Form 1. Magnitude, characteristics and consequences related with the use of drugs.
Form 2. Factors associated with the use of drugs in the population.
Phase 2. Analysing viability
Form 1. Assessment of the availability of the population.
Form 2. Assessment of organizational resources.
Form 3. Assessment of the community environment.
Phase 3. Definition in the population and the objectives
Form 1. Definition in the population.
Form 2. Formulation of objectives.
Phase 4. Selection of the theoretical approach
Form 1. Definition of approach theoretical.
Phase 5. Definition of the action plan
Form 1. Action plan.
Form 2. Execution process of and schedule of the intervention.
Form 3. Budget for the intervention.
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Form 4. Sources of funding in the intervention.
Phase 6. Definition of the evaluation plan
Form 1. Evaluation of the intervention process.
Form 2. Evaluation of the results of the intervention.
Phase 7. Definition of the sustainability and dissemination plan
Form 1. Sustainability of the intervention: assessment and resources.
Form 2. Dissemination of the intervention: audience, content, instruments, channels, place, time and person responsible.
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