Evaluierung = Evaluation = Bewertung - Erfolgskontrolle (z.B. im Marketing) - Controlling - Kosten-Nutzen/Wirkung-Analysen)
(Wikipedia - Evaluation )

Die Kontrolle, ob die (Ernährungs)Ziele erreicht werden, ist ein essentieller Teil der Ernährungsprogramme (Evaluierung benützt Ernährungserhebungsmethoden)

(siehe auch Wirkungsforschung)

- Evidence-based Ansatz auch im Public Health Bereich   - idw-Meldung 27.07.2015 -  Cochrane-Public Health-Europe - link -

Umfangreiche Informationen z.B.  - Prevention Research Center USA
- Evaluierungsmodell  - BeschreibungRahmen der Evaluierung

Doak,C.M. et al.: The prevention of overweight and obesity in children and adolescents: a review of interventions and programmes. Obesity Reviews 7: 111-136 (2006)

(Literatursammlung OLT 134 - Ü58 - Methoden zur Wirkungs-Messung )

- Klasse2000 in Grundschulen : Besseres Ernährungs- und Bewegungsverhalten nachgewiesen.  aid aktuell 19.10.2016 ⇒⇒ Kolip, P., Greif, N.: Evaluation Programm Klasse 2000. Abschlußbericht. Uni Bielefeld, 21.03.2016 (download)

RKI: Evaluation komplexer Interventionsprogramme in der Prävention; Beiträge zur GBE; 2012 (152S)

Burgess, Ann: Evaluation of nutrition interventions: an annotated bibliography. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper, 1982 (194S) (google book)

(OLT28) Leitzmann, C., Oltersdorf, U., Peters, U.: Entwurf eines Kriterienkataloges über die Berücksichtigung von Ernährungsaspekten im Rahmen ländlicher Entwicklungsprojekte. Gutachten für das Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit (BMZ), Bonn, 1979, 20 + vi S. (Planungsdaten; Datenbereiche, ebenso Aspekte der Evaluierung)

IDEFICS - Studie ("Identification and prevention of dietary- and lifestyle induced health effects in children and infants“) wikipedia -  Sonderheft Obesity Reviews Dez 2015-
(eigner Ordner im Archiv)

Beispiel aus IÖS-BUFO-Arbeit - Karlsruher Kindergartenprojekt - Auswirkungen der Aktionen - Messbarkeit  - Statistik: wie viele Kinder wurden in best. Zeitraum erreicht? - Befragung der Erzieherinnen:- Entwicklung des Ernährungswissens/der Ernährungskompetenz bei wiederholter Durchführung von Aktionen (z.B. Sinnesschulung) - Befragung der Eltern: Krankheitshäufigkeit - Langzeiteffekt:: anthropometrische Messungen (Körpergewicht, Hautfaltendicke)

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent research center at the University of Washington rigorously measuring the world’s most pressing health issues and providing scientific evaluations of health system and health program performance in order to guide health policy and accelerate global health progress.   http://www.healthmetricsandevaluation.org

Evaluierung des EU-Programms "Nutrition and Physical Activity" (Link) (Report)  (allg. Nutrition+Physical Activity - Programme)

Methods for the Evaluation of the Impact of Food and Nutrition Programmes Edited by David E. Sahn, Richard Lockwood, and Nevin S. Scrimshaw.
Report of a workshop on the Evaluation of Food and Nutrition Programmes, sponsored by the United Nations University on behalf of the United Nations ACC Sub-committee on Nutrition, held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, in September 1981. United Nations University Press, 1984 WHTR-6/UNUP-473 - ISBN 92-808-0473-1
electronic link

Contents
Preface
1. Basic concepts for the design of evaluation during programme implementation -  Introduction - Costs of evaluation - Purposes of evaluation - Setting programme objectives as a basis for evaluation - Investigating causality - Confounding variables and evaluation design - Levels of analysis - Definitions of population groups involved - Effect/cost - Appropriate indicators for different objectives - Note on sample size 
2. Stages in the evaluation of ongoing programmes
Introduction - Stage 1: preliminary tasks Stage 2: evaluating the plan of the programme - Stage 3: evaluating implementation - Stage 4: evaluating gross outcome - Stage 5: evaluating net outcome - Stage 6: move to a built-in evaluation
3. Measuring the impact of nutrition interventions on physical growth
4. Measuring impact using laboratory methodologies
5. Measuring impact using clinical, morbidity, and mortality data
6. Measuring impact by assessing dietary intake and food consumption
7. Measuring impact using immunologic techniques
8. Measuring impact on physical activity and physical fitness
-  Physical activity and energy expenditure 
9. Methods for the behavioural assessment of the consequences of malnutrition
10. Anthropological methodologies for assessing household organization and structure
11. Micro-economic analysis in the evaluation of supplementary feeding programmes
12. Data recording and processing
13. Policy evaluations
14. Built-in evaluation systems for supplementary feeding programmes why and how
References -  Participants

Patnode, C.D. et al.: Behavioral Counseling to Promote a Healthful Diet and Physical Activity for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Adults Without Known Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors. Updated Evidence Report and Systematic Review for the US Preventive Services Task Force.  JAMA 318(2):175-193. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.3303 (11.07.2017)