Precede-Proceed and Intervention Mapping provide direction to plan, implement, and evaluate effective health programs and interventions. These models use the theories and their constructs/levels to enable successful planning and to develop interventions that address defined health issues for specific target populations. Unlike the theories/models you have examined previously, these models do not attempt to explain or predict behavior. Rather, they allow the planner to systematically create programs utilizing those theoretical constructs to create successful outcomes. These models also provide guidance for the application of theories/models and the development of effective evaluation methods within interventions.