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Training program evaluation is a continual and systematic process of assessing the value or potential value of a training program.
In general, only the information that you provide, or the choices you make while visiting a web site, can be stored in a cookie.Yohannon, PT, MS, Cornell University Medical Center The Journal breaks new ground as the first to address this emerging and increasingly important area of health care and will provide a bimonthly forum in print and online for academic and clinical researchers, game designers and developers, health care providers, insurers, and information technology leaders.Articles in the Journal explore the use of game technology in a wide variety of clinical applications in disease prevention, promotion, and monitoring, including nutrition, weight management, medication adherence, diabetes monitoring, post-traumatic stress disorder, Alzheimer’s, and cognitive, mental, emotional, and behavioral health.For example, the first issue offers a unique Roundtable Discussion, “Health Games Come of Age,” an insightful conversation with leaders in the games for health field.Tom Baranowski, Ph D, Baylor College of Medicine; Peter Bingham, MD, University of Vermont; Debra Lieberman, Ph D, University of California, Santa Barbara; Ernie Medina, Dr PH, Medplay Technologies; Jesse Schell, MS, Carnegie Mellon University; and Sam K.