Innovations in measuring and communicating effectiveness of sexual and domestic violence prevention efforts
September 27, 2011 and repeated on September 28, 2011
Counting the number of health fairs attended or presentations given doesn’t begin to tell the story of prevention work. While pre- and post-surveys capture change, are they the most compelling snapshot of your impact? How do you tell the story of your success on a limited budget? As prevention efforts gain momentum, a new host of tools and strategies have been developed to measure and communicate their effectiveness. Join us as we discuss how to tell the story of success. We will explore new ways to create data and the techniques to transform that data into a compelling prevention success story.
Host/Presenter: David Lee, CALCASA, PreventConnect
- Kathleen Roberts, Florida Center for Prevention Research
- Amy Bush Stevens, Owl Creek Consulting
- Natalie Wilkins, Ph.D., Helen Singer, MPH
- Sally Thigpen, MPA, CDC Division of Violence Prevention
- Engage in a candid discussion of the challenges and opportunities in measuring and communicating the effectiveness of sexual and domestic violence prevention efforts.
- Provide examples of lessons learned from innovative people and organizations.
- Identify opportunities to measure population-based efforts, such as organizational practice and policy change within this approach.
- Identify potential indicators for measuring the impact and outcomes of efforts.
- Slides [PDF]
- Recording [Sept. 27] [Sept. 28]
- Understanding Evidence: Best Available Research Evidence from CDC
I am pleased to know that people in the field are work to bring new and innovative ideas to the movement of domestic violence and sexual assult.