Interagency Working Group (IAWG) on the Role of Community Involvement in ASRH, 2007– In addition to providing a conceptual framework describing community involvement for social change, this document offers guidelines and outcome indicators for measurement of community involvement and resulting community structural and normative changes.
Workgroup for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas– The Community Toolbox website is a virtual compendium of capacity-building resources, including detailed and practical information on building partnerships, assessing community needs, community engagement, advocacy and sustaining the work. This chapter defines participatory evaluation and answers the questions why, when, who and how.
Partnership for the Public’s Health, 2002– This policy brief discusses key concept and features of participatory evaluation and offers tips for conducting such evaluations.
Program for Youth and Community, University of Michigan– This workbook for youth describes participatory evaluation as “learning for action” and provides practical tools and learning activities for youth to plan, conduct and act upon assessments of programs and institutions in their communities.
P/PV Public/Private Ventures and Child Trends, 2012– This report is designed to help collaborating organizations anticipate and address common challenges associated with multi-agency evaluations of joint initiatives to improve services.
JSI Research & Training Institute (JSI), 2012– To help Part A grantees to effectively address disparities and inequities in adolescent health, this document provides a list of recommended strategies specific to working with diverse communities around teen pregnancy prevention.
WDC Strategies Assessment/ Selection Tools
The assessment tools are designed for Part A grantees to select Strategies Guided by Best Practice that are relevant to their work in engaging diverse communities in their TPP effort. The information gathered will inform the WDC strategies to be included in their Work and Evaluation plans and subsequently in the Performance Measure Reporting Tool (PMRT). The use of these tools is optional. Technical assistance on the use of these tools and how to integrate the Strategies into Work and Evaluation Plans are provided by JSI upon request.
Assessment Tool for Clinic Partners
This tool refers to strategies #27-37 and indicates where in the “process” each clinic partner is in implementation of the “clinic specific” WDC strategies.
Assessment Tool for Implementation Partners
This tool refers to strategies #19-26 and indicates where in the “process” each implementation partner is in the implementation of “evidence-based program specific” WDC strategies.
Assessment Tool for Part A Grantees
This tool uses the information gathered by the clinic and implementation partner assessment tools to inform selection of the WDC strategies to be included in your Work and Evaluation plans, and in the PMRT to be submitted to the CDC
Planning Questions for Implementation of Strategies
This handout demonstrates how to use the Who-What-How-Where-When approach to help plan specific action steps to implement selected WDC ‘strategies guided by best practice’.
Grouping Strategies for Implementation
This handout helps to simplify the 37 WDC ‘strategies guided by best practice’ by showing how they reflect just a few key underlying themes, and by indicating which strategies overlap with others, so that programs implementing one of them are well on their way to implementing others.
WDC Strategies Documentation/Evaluation Tools
JSI has developed two additional tools to facilitate the evaluation of the WDC Strategies selected for implementation by Part A grantees and their partners. Technical assistance on the use of these tools and how to integrate the Strategies into Work and Evaluation Plans are provided by JSI upon request.
Process Measures to Assess WDC Strategies
These measures provide guidance on how to document the implementation of a selected WDC strategy.
Quality Indicators to Assess the implementation of WDC Strategies
These indicators provide guidance on how to assess whether a selected WDC strategy has been implemented with “high quality”.