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Program Evaluation and Program Improvement: Challenges, Opportunities, and New Directions at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Slides from SI10 Keynote 1 from Janet Collins

She joined CDC in 1990 as Chief of the Surveillance and Evaluation Research Branch in the Division of Adolescent and School Health, and, for the past four years, served as Director of CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, directing a diverse portfolio of programmatic and scientific initiatives across ten Divisions


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Eval12 Session 688: Comprehensive Perspectives for State Partnerships (all presentations represented)

Individual Presentation Titles/Abstracts: * Discovering Factors Associated with Increased Use of Evaluation Among State Asthma Partnerships by A Perkins - Partnerships are valuable resources in chronic disease management

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Focus Search - Perkins, PhD Scimetrika Contractor National Asthma Control Program American Evaluation Association October 26, 2012 National Center for Environmental Health National Asthma Control Program/Evaluation Technical Assistance We live and die by our partnerships -State Asthma Partner, 10/09/12 Benefits of Partnerships in Chronic Disease Initiatives  Increase presence due to funding and health policy • (Alter and Hage, 1993; Zuckerman, Kaluzny, & Ricketts, 1995)  Greater access to specialized resources • (American College of Chest Physicians, 2006)  Successful at delivering complex ecological approach • Hingson, Zakocs, Winter, Rosenbloom & DeJong, 2005; Snell-Johns et al., 2003, CADCA National Coalition Institute, 2010  Evaluation pivotal to effectiveness and sustainability of chronic disease partnerships • Butterfoss, 2009 UTILITY OF EVALUATION IN PARTNERSHIP Why use evaluation?

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Are We as Good as Batman and Robin? An Outcome-based Approach to Evaluate Collaborative Efforts

PowerPoint presentation for "Examples From the Field: Applying Theories of Collaboration and Communities of Practice", Saturday (11/14) 11:50-12:35 session. #2009Conference #Evaluation2009 #ProgramTheoryandTheoryDrivenEvaluation

AEA - Outcome-based Approach to Evaluate Collaborative Efforts 11-4-09.ppt

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Eval13: Multipaper Session 958 - Using RE-AIM to Evaluate a Statewide Capacity Building Initiative

Paper and powerpoint from the conference presentation by the same name at the AEA conference 2013 , Washington D.C. #2013Conference #HealthEvaluation #REAIM

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Focus Search - New York State Department of Health – Division of Chronic Disease Prevention Release Date: 07/18/2013 [bookmark: _GoBack]Evaluation in Action: New York State Healthy Communities Capacity Building Initiative The New York State Healthy Communities Capacity Building Initiative ( HCCB) was an expert training and mini-grant program administered by the New York State Department of Health to New York State Counties through their local health departments

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Eval13 Poster 44: Looking Long-Term: How to Utilize a Decade of Applied Epidemiology Fellowship to Evaluate Effectiveness (2013 Poster)

Poster presentation from the 2013 AEA Conference on the use of extensive data on a 10 year fellowship program. #2013Conference #publichealth #fellowship

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Focus Search - Program areas include Chronic Disease, Injury, Sub- stance Abuse, Environmental Health, Maternal and Child Health, Infectious Diseases, and Occupational Health

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Eval12 Poster 38: Capacity Building: What works for you?

Abstract: In the current political and economic climate, funding for public health programs and program technical assistance and support services, such as assistance interpreting evaluation data, are diminishing. In order for grantees to continue to perform at a level at which they can...

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Eval12 Session 348: A Framework for Evaluating Knowledge Transfer and Exchange in Public Health

Presentation given at the annual Conference 2012. Presentation Abstract: Public health practice is grounded on evidence-informed practice. However, efforts to bring evidence to practice (usually referred to as knowledge transfer and exchange or KTE) are hampered by disparate views on evidence...

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