Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Program Evaluation
Under direction from Force Health Protection and Readiness, DCoE tailored its standardized program evaluation methodology for psychological health and traumatic brain injury (TBI) for program leader use. The DCoE “Program Evaluation Guide” provides a step-by-step “how to” manual for program managers to prepare for and conduct program evaluations. The program evaluation methodology provides psychological health and TBI program managers a consistent and analytic approach to evaluate the impact of their programs. The methodology described in the guide can also be used by an outside evaluator, or by program staff to conduct a self-evaluation. The guide is intended as a resource that can be used to plan the evaluation as well as a reference that can be returned to as each step is executed.
Read the DoD Agency Priority Goal to Improve the Care and Transition of Wounded, Ill, and Injured (WII) Warriors.
DCoE Program Evaluation Guide
Overview of the DCoE Program Evaluation Guide Slide Deck
Archived materials from the 2012 MHS Conference Workshop “Are Your Support Programs for Service Members Effective?”