NPC facilitated a community-based participatory evaluation planning process with Tobacco Prevention and Education Networks (TPENs) for five specific populations in Oregon: African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Latino, Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender-Questioning, and Urban Indian. The evaluation planning process was designed to involve each community in identifying its most pressing tobacco control needs, developing a plan that evaluated aspects of each of TPEN’s activities implemented to address those needs, and building capacity within each network for executing future evaluation activities.
Reports and Publications:
Furrer, C. J., Burrus, S. W. M., Green, B. L., & Greenidge, J. N. G. (June 2007)
Community-Based Participatory Research Evaluation Planning: Oregon’s Specific Population Tobacco Prevention and Education Networks: Final Report.
NPC Research: Portland, OR.
Report / Executive Summary /