The Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention’s Evaluation Core Unit provides evaluation expertise to Center research and training activities and to collaborations with external partners. Specifically, this Unit:
- develops and tracks performance indicators related to Center goals and uses evaluation results to help the Center refine its research, communication/dissemination, and training activities;
- works with national, state and local partners to design and evaluate interventions; provide technical assistance on evaluation methods; conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses; and write evaluation reports; and
- promotes university resources and training to improve evaluation capacity for researchers and community partners.
For more information on the Evaluation Core, please contact:
Research Assistant Professor