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Regional Questionnaire

Please have one person complete this questionnaire on behalf of the program management and staff responsible for the Population Health Fund (PHF) in the Region.

In the Logic Model for the PHF, a number of activities are identified under Management of the Funding Environment and Program Leadership. These are activities carried out by program managers and consultants in the Region who are responsible for the PHF. Activities contracted using O&M dollars can also be included.

Outputs and immediate outcomes of these activities are identified in the Results-Based Management and Accountability Framework and Risk Assessment for the Population Health Fund. We are asking each Region to answer the following questions to document these outputs and immediate outcomes. These activities should have a broader purpose than supporting the implementation of a particular funded project and may promote/support the use of the population health approach in programs beyond the PHF.

A. Outputs.

A.1. Networks

Please list intersectoral networks you have developed or participated in since April 1, 2005 to enhance the implementation of the PHF regionally or nationally. Please name the network and briefly describe your role in it. In this context, networks are broader than partnerships developed to implement a particular funded project.

A.2. Reports

a) Please list any PHF program reports, including evaluation reports, that have been prepared in your region since April 1, 2005. In this context, PHF program reports are broader than reports of individual projects.

b) Please list any consultation reports on the PHF that have been produced since April 1, 2005.

c) Please list any reports that provide analysis of issues using the population health or the determinants of health approach.

A.3. Training

Please list all training events the Region has sponsored since April 1, 2005 designed to increase skills and knowledge of PHF recipients, and/or increase knowledge of and support for the Population Health Approach (PHA) in the Region. Indicate if each training event was targeted at project recipients only or at a broader audience, and how many persons participated in the training event.

A.4. Presentations

Please list all presentations you have made since April 1, 2005 aimed at increasing knowledge of and support for the population health approach. Please indicate the purpose and type of event at which the presentation was made (e.g. conference, community event), whether it was for project recipients only or for a broader audience, and the number of persons attending the presentation. If possible, describe the type of audience (example: health professional, university, community, school, federal or provincial departments, etc..).

B. Immediate outcomes

B.1. Please give us any information you have to indicate that project recipients are "more skilled and informed" about the population health fund and/or the population health approach and/or have a "greater understanding of program design and outcomes." For example, please provide results from evaluations from any training events, presentations, etc. or evaluations on program delivery.

B.2. Please give us any information you have to indicate the broader community has increased "knowledge of and support for the population health approach." For example, you could include results of community surveys that include community members other than recipients of funds, or program evaluations which gather information about the community context within which the PHF operates. You may also use anecdotal information to indicate that the broader community understands and supports the population health approach.

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