Videotaped interviews as a medium to enhance cross-cultural programme evaluation

A. Kasangaki, A. Macnab, W. Cannon
2012 Health Promotion International  
Evaluation is a required component of interventions. Written data are the predominant source. However, video recording is used in many applications to evaluate a range of encounters and practices. We report assessment of the role of videotaped interviews in programme evaluation. Interviews using a consistent script of open-ended questions were recorded during evaluation of an international child-health promotion programme in Uganda by individuals with basic training and equipment. Participants
more » ... ment. Participants were a convenience sample of programme team members (six school teachers, and six Ugandan and 12 Canadian health-care trainees) who had completed the annual written evaluation questionnaire. Evaluators reviewed each participant's videotaped interview and questionnaire, content coded the responses
doi:10.1093/heapro/dar098 pmid:22241852 fatcat:e6h4kl3jdvgkjhirnp4t4yfzg4