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Eval11 Session 528: Evaluating Evidence-based Guidelines

- - - Presenters: Stephanie Herbers, Center for Tobacco Policy Research, Washington University; Nicole Kuiper, CDC Office on Smoking and Health; Martha Engstrom, CDC Office on Smoking and Health #Mixed-Methods #Cluster,Multi-SiteandMulti-LevelEval #2011Conference #SocialNetworkAnalysis #Tobacco

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Putting a Statistical Model in Context: Making Sense of Unexpected Evaluation Findings in the Absence of Formal Research

Poster for AEA 2015 We modeled cigarette sales in Wyoming from May 1996 through May 2014, accounting for state and federal excise taxes. Our model showed a good fit for data until fall of 2012. After that point, the model predicts higher cigarette sales than the actual data. We found that the...

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Focus Search - WYSAC’s staff includes professional researchers with degrees in criminal justice, statistics, political science, psychology, sociology, information technology, economics, business, and other policy-relevant disciplines. Our offices provide complete facilities for policy research, including a fully equipped call center for computer-aided telephone interviewing and the hardware and software for automated data entry by optical scanning.Putting a Statistical Model in Context: Making Sense of Unexpected Evaluation Findings in the Absence of Formal Research Laran H