Performance Improvement 1999. Appendix B - Evaluation Review Panel's Criteria for Assessing Program Evaluations
OVERALL SIGNIFICANCE The study addresses a significant issue of policy relevance. Evaluation findings are likely to be useful. CONCEPTUAL CRITERIA Conceptual Foundations
Evaluation plays an integral role in carrying out the HHS mission. Assessing various aspects of agency program performance allows staff to identify means of improving that performance.
TITLE: Evaluation of the HHS Access to Community Care and Effective Services and Supports (ACCESS) Program
TITLE: Evaluation of High Risk Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Initiatives Funded in 1994 and 1995
TITLE: National Evaluation Data and Technical Assistance Center
TITLE: Outcome Evaluation for the Community Partnership Program
Evaluation Program The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is committed to evaluating its overall programs and individual grant projects to assess the effectiveness of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation approaches and systems of care; the accountability of Federal funds; and the achievement of
TITLE: County-Level Tracking of Public Health Functions and Policy Issues ABSTRACT: This project will assure that documentation of budget and workforce capacity performance of essential public health services will be available regarding the twelve cities studied by the Center for Studying Health Systems Change's "Longitudinal Comm
TITLE: Support for the Development of a Research Agenda to Address Issues of Cultural Competency Measurement and Linkages to Patient and Health Outcomes
TITLE: Evaluation of Models to Integrate HIV Prevention and Treatment Services within PHS Supported Programs
TITLE: Developing Leading Health Indicators for Healthy People 2010
TITLE: Science Panel on Interactive Communication and Health
TITLE: Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Community Health Promotion Programs in Local Health Departments.
TITLE: Measuring Health Objectives and Indicators: 1997 State and Local Capacity Survey