Outcomes vs. Outputs

Outcomes

The effect the process has had on the people targeted by it. These might include, for example, changes in their self-perceived health status or changes in the distribution of determinants of health, or factors which are known to affect their health, well-being and quality of life.

Outputs

The products or results of the process. These might include, for example, how many people a project has affected, their ages and ethnic groups or the number of meetings held and the ways in which the findings of the project are disseminated.

Source: HIA Glossary of Terms, WHO

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