Online Program

Building Community Capactiy through Evidence-Based Program Evaluation

Wednesday, November 4, 2015: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Community capacity building describes a particular way of working with and supporting communities to build skills and experience, increase opportunities, and enhance involvement in the decisions that affect them. This session aims to illustrate the importance of utilizing program evaluation in order to strength community based interventions.
Session Objectives: 1. List 1-3 techniques for building community capacity for programs 2. Differentiate between different approaches to evaluating community based interventions 3. Define community capacity building
Timothy J. Cunningham, ScD; LCDR, USPHS

Table 1
Infrastructure and implementation for policy, systems, and environmental change: Comparing demonstration and traditional comprehensive cancer control programs   
Marilyn Sitaker, MPH, John Rose, Ph.D., Angela Moore, MPH, Julie Townsend, MS, Monique Young, MPH, Gary Chovnick, DrPH, MPH and Elizabeth Rohan, PhD, MSW
Table 2
Funder-Sponsored Evaluation Capacity Building for Community-Based Organizations   
Jana Hirschtick, MPH, Adelina Huo and Alma Rodriguez
Table 4
Context Evaluation: A Case Study in Redwood City, California   
R. Henry Olaisen, MPH and Chris Beth, MS
Table 5
Adaptation to proposed protocol among Getting People in Sync (GPS) Prediabetes Prevention Program Facilitators   
Beatriz Reyes, MPH, Nicole Vaughn, PhD, Crystal Wyatt, Alexis Amankwanor, BS, Kimberly Arnold, MPH, Elizabeth Dalianis, MS, MPH, Idris Robinson, MPH, Juhi Mawla, BS, Laura Hunter, MPH and Purni Abeysekara, DrPH
Table 6
Integration of public health and health services evaluation measures: The case for standardizing reach and dose   
Debra Holden, PhD, Jeanette Renaud, PhD, Lucia Rojas Smith, DrPH, Peter Amico, PhD, Sara Jacobs, PhD and Sonya Goode, MPH, BA
Table 8
Evaluation of a community place-based initiative to address health disparities: Outcomes of the Heart to Heart program   
Sallie Yoshida, DrPH, RD, Jennifer Juras, Ph.D., Soledad Drago-Ferguson, MPH and Tasha Tervalon Norcome, MSW
Table 9
Application of the Intervention Mapping Framework to an Oral-Systemic Intervention for Eating Disorders Prevention   
Jennifer Bleck, MPH, Rita DeBate, PhD, MPH, FAED, FAAHB, Kaitlin Taylor and Herb Severson, PhD

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)