Performance Improvement 2009. Can Evaluation Help Public Health Partnerships Succeed?


Staff identified technical assistance tools to assist in the evaluation of heart disease and stroke prevention activities within States. States funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are charged with providing evidence of capacity, of intervention, and of change within their state. This analysis offers a consistent definition of terms, guidance on evaluation methods, and aid skill building on a wide range of general evaluation topics and selected topics.

Guidance was developed in four areas: writing objectives, developing an evaluation plan, developing and using a program logic model, and fundamentals of evaluating partnerships.

Report Title: Fundamentals of Evaluating Partnerships
Agency Sponsor: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Federal Contact: Julie Zajac, 404-498-4381
Performer: Staff; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention
PIC ID: 9022

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