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Training Guide Evaluation - Module 5: Priority Setting and Resource Allocation

This evaluation form is intended to collect feedback on the resources of the Training Guide Module 5, Priority Setting and Resource Allocation.  Please complete this form if you have used any or all of this module to train planning council or planning body members or staff, or to train recipient staff, or if you have used or shared these materials for other training or capacity building purposes.

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The purpose of this module is to prepare Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part A planning council/planning body (PC/PB) members for active and informed participation in priority setting and resource allocation (PSRA).  This module provides the information needed by new PC/PB members and other individuals who have not previously participated in an annual PSRA process, including the purposes, importance, components, and processes related to Part A PSRA.

To what extent was the overall purpose of this module met? *This question is required.
Who have you trained using these materials?  Who was your audience?  (select all that apply) *This question is required.
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Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements. (select one response per row) *This question is required.
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Neither disagree nor agree
Strongly agree
I found the materials to be useful for my planning council or planning body.
I found these materials to be relevant to the needs of my planning council or planning body.
I am personally likely to use these materials.
Members of my planning council or planning body are likely to use these materials.
I had enough materials to answer questions that I received from my training audience.
These materials engaged the audience in the discussion of the topic.