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Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research Program | PIPER
 
 
 

Evaluation


​The evaluation plan of the PREVENT program is multifaceted 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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