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Fidelity and Adaptation

Understanding Evidence, Part 1: Best Available Research Evidence

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

This resource enables researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to

Getting to Outcomes: Issues to Address to Ensure Fidelity

SSHS Project Directors' Consortia Conference
August 3, 2010 - 11:30am - 12:45pm


SS/HS Evaluation Conference (FY 2009)
January 14, 2010 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

This breakout session provides a brief introduction to the topic of measuring program fidelity and includes an example illustrating how one SS/HS site is measuring program fidelity.

Adapting Olweus for an After-School Program

York, Pennsylvania

The YWCA of York, Pennsylvania, bolstered their community


New Grantee Evaluation Meeting 2009
January 30, 2009 - 9:30am - 3:00pm

The Challenges of Adaptation

Burke County Public Schools
Burke County, North Carolina

Like many other project directors, Melissa Streppa, a Prevention/Early Intervention grantee in Burke County, North Carolina, knew that successful implementation of an evidence-based program would b

National Cross-Site Evaluation

The cross-site evaluation (CSE) synthesizes evaluation findings across all Project LAUNCH grant sites to assess overall Project LAUNCH implementation at the state, community, and tribal levels, as well as outcomes for children, families, and systems.

The CSE addresses three over-arching evaluation questions linking the strategies and goals of Project LAUNCH:

Grantee-Specific Evaluation

Grantees design and carry out evaluation activities to assess the implementation of their Project LAUNCH projects and to determine the outcomes associated with project activities within their states, tribes, communities, and the District of Columbia.