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Using Appreciative Inquiry to Evaluate and Promote Partnerships for TB Control and Prevention 

11-30-2009 10:00

The use of partnerships is a promising strategy for achieving program goals. This evaluation acknowledges partnerships among U.S. tuberculosis (TB) programs and seeks to understand how they use these partnerships, specifically with the American Lung Association (ALA), for their prevention and control activities. Study sites were selected based on the reporting of ALA partnerships in programs’ progress reports. Control sites were matched based on similar epidemiological characteristics, but none reported ALA partnerships. Interviews with control groups help identify alternative strategies and can encourage the utilization of partnerships in this group. 30-minute interview questions were developed using appreciative inquiry techniques, which often helped programs highlight their strengths and opportunities for improvement.

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