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Table 1 Evaluation criteria

From: A national public health programme on gambling policy development in New Zealand: insights from a process evaluation

Evaluation criteria What was measured and analysed
Target group identification • Range of target organisations/groups identified for the different programme components
• Range of partner groups identified for collaborations
Relationship development • Methods used to attract participation of individuals, groups and organisations
• Relationship development processes and methods
Resource development • Types and features of resources developed
• Use of resources and resultant effects
Awareness raising • Types and features of awareness activities delivered
• Advise on gambling harm significance provided to organisations
• Policy relevance communicated to organisations
• Target organisations’ receptions/reactions
Policy development • Types and range of policy lobbying and advocacy activities delivered and target organisations’ reactions
• Types and range of policy development and implementation support provided to organisations
• Methods used to encourage community involvement and action
• Achievements in the three intended policy focus areas
Context • Barriers, challenges and external factors that could potentially influence programme implementation and/or outcome