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Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research Program | PIPER
 
 
 

Evaluation


​The evaluation plan of the PREVENT program is multi-faceted and includes measurement of the following four outcome areas in order to reach the overall goal of sustained reductions in injury and violence-related morbidity and mortality.

Individual Change- improved knowledge, skills, attitudes, confidence and behaviors can be achieved through the following strategies:
  • use best evidence
  • evaluate effectively
  • partner effectively and strategically
  • network with others
  • attract funding to sustain programs
  • do primary prevention (preventing violence before it starts)
 
Organizational Change- producing more effective organizations can be achieved through the following strategies:
  • create more prevention programs
  • create better prevention programs
  • evaluate programs
  • integrate with community partners
  • create more sustainable programs
  • provide support for individual change
  • develop more effective partnerships

Agenda Change- raising the awareness and priority of violence prevention approaches and programs can be achieved through the following strategies:

  • share information across boundaries
  • develop new partnerships across boundaries
  •  network with violence prevention leaders
  • disseminate training products and evaluation results
 
Sustainable Training Capacity- creating a sustainable training capacity can be achieved through the following strategies:
  • create a national pool of faculty and staff
  • develop and provide train-the-trainer materials
  • generate long-term revenue and grant support
In collaboration with Children's Hospital Colorado 
 
  
School of Medicine
Mailing Address: 13001 E 17th Place, Mailstop B119 | Aurora, CO 80045
Contact Information: Call 303-724-6998 or email sara.brandspigel@ucdenver.edu
 
 
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