Results from the data and democracy initiative to enhance community-based organization data and research capacity
This study evaluated an initiative designed to increase community-based organizations’ data and research capacity through a 3-day train-the-trainer course on community health assessments. The results of the evaluation suggest that an intensive, short-term training program can achieve large immediate gains in data and research self-efficacy in community-based organization staff. In addition, the results show initial evidence that such a training program can achieve longer-term behavior change related to use of data and research skills.
Carroll-Scott, A., Toy, P., Wyn, R., Zane, J. I., & Wallace, S. (2012). Results from the data and democracy initiative to enhance community-based organization data and research capacity. American Journal of Public Health, 102(7),1384-1391. Full Text.
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