Measuring partnership activities: Partnerships in environmental public health evaluation metrics manual.
The “Partnerships in Environmental Public Health (PEPH) Evaluation Metrics Manual” was developed by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) in 2012, in order to build the evaluation capacity of the PEPH grantees. The manual identifies metrics to measure and demonstrate success in five areas: partnering, leveraging, disseminating findings, training, and capacity building. For each of these five areas, the manual provides an illustrative logic model to demonstrate connections among project activities, outputs, and impacts; over 80 different metrics for each activity, output, and impact are provided as examples, to enable grantees to develop metrics relevant to their specific programs.
Drew, C. H., Pettibone, K. G., O’Fallon, L. R., Collman, G. W. & Birnbaum, L. (2012). Measuring partnership activities: Partnerships in environmental public health evaluation metrics manual. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(7), A261-A262. Full Text.