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This short document is the accompaniment to the “Measuring Apples and Oranges: How do We Comprehensively Evaluate our Varied Services?” slide handouts. The document provides tools and resources on how to go about evaluating different HIV services.
Measuring Apples and Oranges: How do We Comprehensively Evaluate our Varied Services?
These PowerPoint slide handouts are from a 2012 United States Conference on AIDS seminar.
Most HIV prevention organizations struggle to evaluate the comprehensive impact of the wide variety of programs and services they provide. How do we compare apples and oranges? How do we synthesize the varied evaluation and reporting requirements that are often specific to individual services or programs?
Part III: Recruitment Strategies. This document is a continuation of Effective Recruitment, Part II: Recruitment Strategies. It addresses what the messaging should be during recruitment, how it should be delivered, and who the most appropriate person is to do the recruiting.
Document covers the questions regarding target population, proper place to recruit, and timing of recruitment. The document is continued on Effective Recruitment, Part III.
Part I: Four Basic Methods. A brief overview of a recruitment strategy, including the four basic methods of outreach; internal referral sources; external resources sources; and mass marketing.
Applying Behavioral Theory to STD/HIV Prevention. This presentation by the Office of AIDS Programs & Policy Provider Support Services Division reviews the role of theory in health promotion, provides highlights of theories and their applications, and bridging theory and practice.