PSE Step 7 Evaluate

Cancer Control Implementation Science Base Camp: Train the Trainer Toolkit was designed to help CCC Programs as they train coalition members to advance EBIs within their communities. 
Rural communities in Utah have high rates of obesity and low rates of physical activity. One of the major contributing factors to inadequate physical activity is the lack of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructures in rural communities. The Utah Cancer Control Program and its partners offered mini-…
To address low screening rates for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer, the Michigan Cancer Consortium developed an initiative to increase screening rates among employees of the Consortium’s member organizations.
The Palliative Care Program at the University of Kansas Hospital implemented institutional and statewide End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Training to increase cancer patient access to palliative and end-of-life care.
Partners collaborating in the Medi-Cal Incentives to Quit Smoking study used a three-pronged approach to accelerate successful quitting.
With this tool from the Center for Public Health Systems Science, stakeholders can rate their program across eight sustainability domains.
These slides describe the Reach-Efficacy-Adoption-Implementation-Maintenance (RE-AIM) Framework and apply it to a nutrition-focused PSE change effort in California.
Organizations can use this model to evaluate comprehensive community initiatives working to improve quality of life in the community.
Cancer Control Implementation Science Base Camp was designed specifically for CCC program and coalition staff to support community partners select, implement and sustain EBIs.