Development and implementation of an impact-oriented evaluation and monitoring system


In times of limited financial resources, spending on health promotion and prevention of diseases is under increased scrutiny. It is thus advantageous to be able to prove what effects they achieve. The Center for Evaluation is developing a uniform, results-oriented evaluation and monitoring system (E&M system) that provides information on the health-relevant results of the initiative, "Tut gut!.” The system can function as both a justification for the means used and as a basis for a continuous improvement process. An E&M system also creates an important basis for planning as a prerequisite for the impact-oriented implementation of programs and projects. It provides insights into the mid- and long-term planning and steering of the initiative "Tut gut!" The Evaluation Center is developing the E&M system in four steps in close coordination with key people involved in the "Tut gut!" Initiative: identifying and prioritizing informational needs, developing a data collection strategy, developing a data storage and management approach, and developing a concept for dissemination of results. The project will be implemented with funds from the Lower Austrian Health and Social Fund (NÖGUS).


Duration 11/12/2017 - 31/03/2020
Funding Bundesländer (inkl. deren Stiftungen und Einrichtungen)

Department for Evidence-based Medicine and Evaluation

Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems) Mag. Ludwig Grillich
Project members Mag. Dr. Christina Kien
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