PLUSPRO PlusPro 2014 Powerpoint Template 9 PLUSPRO PlusPro 2014 Powerpoint Template 10 Food for thought What aspects of being a preventionist best suit your personality type? What aspects of being a preventionist are
the most challenging for your personality type How might we use regional type trends to inform prevention work Insert Image Block Grant Reporting Increasing focus on reporting community change PLUSPRO PlusPro 2014 Powerpoint Template 12
Before we begin This is our vision for how we would like to collect BG data. The change is not certain, but likely We are in the early phases. Today is to enlist your help in order to ensure we capture your good work We will be having a more intense focus group of providers Change can be uncomfortablekeep an open mind! This is for you and your Purpose: State and RPCs will be able to report more meaningful information about what RPCs do to stakeholders. For example:
# of hours spent on policy work is not as compelling as being able to report the # of policy changes in our state. Currently, a lot of great local level changes goes unreported or is not reported in a format that counts can be pulled. This style of reporting will get to the heart of what we are actually trying to do. What we need to know WHO did you change? What did you change? How do you know it changed?
Basic Info. Agency Staff Name Date Issue: Core or Priority Who did you change? WHO did you change? Demographics Race/Ethnicity Gender Age Socioeconomic Sector
Retailers Law Enforcement Teachers Parents Etc. What did you change? Direct or Indirect? How do you know it changed? Number affected
What did you change? WHO did you change? What did you change? How do you know it changed? Readiness Belief Knowledge Communication Behavior/Practice Norm Policies/Laws/Rules Enforcement 1. Select one of the above types of change 2. Describe that change 3. Describe how that change impacts the intervening variable How do you know it changed? WHO did you change?
What did you change? How do you know it changed? Quantitative Qualitative Survey (OPNA, Community Survey, other survey, etc.) Counts of something (#citations, # FaceBook likes, # of opiod prescriptions, etc.) Other
Focus Group Key Informant Anecdotal Other You would pick the type of data Quantitative or Qualitative then describe and upload any documentation (where applicable) Example #1 WHO did you change? 48 On-Sale Alcohol Retailers
22 female 26 male 35 white 5 Hispanic 5 black 3 Native American In-direct audience What did you change? How do you know it changed? Knowledge change Quantitative Survey
alcohol laws, understanding alcohol related problems and role in prevention, understanding how to check an ID RBSS pre/post surveys show 60% overall knowledge increase Relates to Intervening variable retail access to youth by increasing server knowledge of how to enforce law Question X showed the most increase at 83% Example #2 WHO did you change?
Readiness Change Community Readiness Level from 2 to a 4. Madeup County Population: 173,000 51% female 49% male What did you change? Median income: $33,000 Direct and indirect audience
70% white 20% Hispanic 12% black 8% Native American Relates to communities readiness to deal with all three prioritized intervening variables. How do you know it changed? Qualitative Key Informant Interview -Tri-Ethnic Center Survey Conducted 10 Key Informant Interviews by phone 1 Group Interview Used same participants before and
after (attach participant list and surveys) Example #3 WHO did you change? Newspaper media in Madeup Town What did you change? Dawn Smith Reporter Capacity change in news media Through series of informal meetings and one media training:
Indirect Audience Increased media coverage on underage drinking topics Media sector Increased quality of reporting by including public health lens Media lack of attention reinforces Intervening Variable of Norms favorable to underage drinking b/c it gives impression that it is not important How do you know it changed? Quantitative Counts Media Scan FY 2015 Madeup Newspaper
printed 0 articles on underage drinking FY 2016 1 article; 0 public health language FY 2017 3 articles, 1 public health language FY 18 5 articles, 4 public health language Example #4 WHO did you change? Madeup Elementary School Population: 2,200 50% female 50% male
Socioeconomic 63% receiving Free and Reduced Lunch 70% white Direct audience 20% Hispanic 12% black 8% Native American What did you change? Behavior Change Elementary Students Recommended GBG as prevention measure for high rates of Anti-social behavior/ alcohol use Madeup Elementary is now doing GBG for all 1st
through 3rd graders 15 less classroom disruptions per day How do you know it changed? Quantitative Counts GBG Evaluation Measurement around counts of disruptive behavior Increase in number of classroom minutes spent on learning Example #5 WHO did you change?
Madeup Law Enforcement Agency Number affected: 4 3 male 1 - female 1 white 1 Hispanic 1 black 1 - Asian indirect audience What did you change? How do you know it changed? Capacity Change
Quantitative Implemented 2M2L training including practice enforcement with role-playing Pre/Post Surveys Sign-In Sheets Example #6 WHO did you change? What did you change? How do you know it
changed? MadeUp Community Belief Change Qualitative Direct Audience Change in perception for risk of enforcement Anecdotal Number affected: unknown 2 retail partners reported customers discussing fear of police crackdown
on drinking and driving Example #6 WHO did you change? What did you change? How do you know it changed? MadeUp Community Enforcement Change Quantitative
Direct Audience Change in level of enforcement, which is intervening variable, by increasing number of enforcement operations Counts in number of Enforcement Activities Number affected: unknown Increased frequency of enforcement from 1 time/year to 7 times/year Increased number of ACCs from 0 to 75 Next Steps
Focus group with RPCs State will embark on process with IT State will develop a manual, training, and definitions for every item in database We may add a section where RPCs can report actions taken in an attempt to make change (ex. Meet with stakeholder in order to change a policy, or get buy-in to provide training, etc.) Discussion Questions Can you think of work that you do, where the output does not fit into one of the what changed categories? Think of your 5 most common tasks. Walk through this 3 step process Who did you change, What did you change, How do you know there was a change and identify any difficulties
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