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Session: Using Data for MCH Planning and Evaluation
4053.0: Tuesday, November 9, 2004: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Using Data for MCH Planning and Evaluation
This session demonstrates application of quantitative methodologies to establish an evidence-base for decision-making. Papers address the application of analysis of routine and special databases to identify programmatic needs and population characteristics. The session illustrates a variety of methods for using public health data as evaluative materials for health promotion programs.
Learning Objectives: 1. Identify methods for using data to plan and update MCH-related health care services and interventions. 2. Describe data-based approaches to program evaluation, improvement and redesign.
Organizer(s):Timothy D. Dye, PhD
Thomas Vallin, MPH
Rebecca Russell, MSPH
Karalee Poschman
Moderator(s):Karalee Poschman
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMTennessee Child Health Profile (TN-CHP): An integrated data warehouse serving children with special health care needs  [ Recorded presentation ]
David Hollar, PhD, Michael A. Copeland, BSIS, Carmen Lozzio, MD, Ramona Lainhart, PhD, Beth Wilson, MS, MPH, Teresa Blake, MS, Lee Fleshood, PhD
8:47 AMUsing a targeted, population-based approach to design and deliver interconceptional care in Syracuse, New York  [ Recorded presentation ]
Donald A. Cibula, PhD
8:59 AMDistrict of Columbia Control Asthma Now (DC CAN): Using data to guide program planning  [ Recorded presentation ]
Edwina V. Davis, MS, CHES, Mary-Frances Kornak, MPH, Kerda DeHaan, MS
9:11 AMHow did they do it? A tool for measuring process and systems support within the Smoke-Free Families Prenatal Demonstration Projects  [ Recorded presentation ]
Catherine Rohweder, MPH, Cathy L. Melvin, PhD, MPH, Dianne C. Barker, MHS
9:23 AMAssessing progress: An evaluation plan and benchmarks for the National Partnership To Help Pregnant Smokers Quit  [ Recorded presentation ]
Cathy L. Melvin, PhD, MPH, Leah Ranney, PhD, Catherine Rohweder, MPH
9:35 AMLessons Learned for Researchers and Service Providers from the National Friendly Access Consumer and Provider Survey Data  [ Recorded presentation ]
Linda A. Detman, PhD, Lynette J. Menezes, PhD, Gwendolyn P. Quinn, PhD, Peter A. Gorski, MD, MPA, Kirsten Wallace, MA, MSPH
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organized by:Maternal and Child Health
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing

The 132nd Annual Meeting (November 6-10, 2004) of APHA