Implementation


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The health promotion or prevention intervention developed during project planning is put into practice in the implementation phase.

Participatory Quality Development anticipates during this phase to collect data on the process and impact for the purpose of evaluation data (see Evaluation). Data collection is an integral component of the project (Integrated Data Collection). A variety of participatory methods can be used: Enquiries and Concerns Register, Rapid Assessment, Focus Group, Service User Advisory Committees, Guided Working Group).

In the Participatory Quality Development approach, data collection processes (as well as documentation procedures and systems) are determined not solely by the funding body or another external authority, but rather using participatory methods in collaboration with project personnel and (representatives of) the target group, to ensure they are relevant to practice and lived experience.


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