Inventory and Assessment of NBCCEDP Interventions Evaluation by Q2CgqLD


									Inventory and Assessment of
NBCCEDP Interventions

November 1, 2007
              Purpose of Study
   Inventory NBCCEDP interventions used to
    recruit women for screening

   Inventory interventions used for the
    professional development of program staff and
    healthcare providers

   Create a database of these interventions
           Purpose of Study
   Assess the interventions for their
    application of evidence-based cancer
    prevention practices

   Disseminate the findings to
    encourage effective, evidence-based
    interventions for recruiting women
    and the professional development of
    healthcare providers
               Research Questions
The inventory project will answer the following questions:

   What is the range of recruitment and professional development
    activities conducted by NBCCEDP grantees?

   What recruitment and professional development activities are
    perceived to be effective by NBCCEDP grantees?

   What dissemination strategies for evidence-based interventions to
    increase cancer screening are effective for NBCCEDP grantees?

   What factors influenced NBCCEDP adoption of interventions in
    general (e.g., intervention, organizational)? What factors influenced
    adoption of EBIs?
               Research Questions

   What is the knowledge and use of evidence-based resources for
    increasing cancer screening by NBCCEDP grantees (i.e., Community
    Guide, RTIPS)?

   To what extent do the recruitment and professional development
    activities match evidence-based interventions to increase breast and
    cervical cancer screening?

   To what extent do NBCCEDP grantees implement process steps or
    core elements from evidence-based interventions for their
    recruitment and professional development activities? (intervention
         Inventory Project Progress
   Development of Conceptual Models

   Development of Interview Guides

   Feedback from Advisory Committee on Guides in August

   Calls/meetings with CDC/Program Services Branch staff
    and representative coordinators to discuss project
    promotion and the interview guides

   Pilot-testing of the Interview Guides for Recruitment and
    Professional Development Interventions
                Grant Timeline
Phase 1   Development of Conceptual         October 2006-
          Frameworks and Interview Guides   September

Phase 2   Inventory and Assessment of       October 2007-
          Interventions                     March 2008

          Data Analysis                     May – July
Phase 3   Dissemination of Findings         August -
Categories: Recruitment Strategies
   Individual                             Organizational
    - Patient Reminders*                    - Cost Reduction*
    - Educational Materials*                - Financial Incentives*
    - One-on-One                            - Access Enhancing*
                                           Multi-component
   Interpersonal                           - Multi-component
    - Group Education*                        Interventions*
    - Social Network

   Community
    - Mass Media*
    *Strategy reviewed in the Community Guide to Preventive Services
             Categories: Professional
             Development Strategies
   Individual                         Organizational
    - Educational Materials             - Audit and Feedback*
    - Conferences/Courses               - Provider Reminders*
                                        - Financial Interventions*
   Interpersonal                       - Regulatory Interventions
    - Educational Outreach              - Organizational Interventions
    - Local Opinion Leaders

   Multi-component
    - Multi-component
    *Strategy reviewed in the Community Guide to Preventive Services
              Project Methods
   Study Design
    – Cross sectional data collection through
      telephone interviews

   Population
    – Recruitment and professional development
      coordinators from all 68 NBCCEDP grantee
           Section                            Description
    Program Information     Program coordinator’s professional background
    Professional            Brief list of program’s professional development
       Development             activities or strategies within the last year
    Activity Categories     Lists eight professional development activities
                               from which to categorize the specific activity
    Description of the 5    Questions about each activity:
      Major Activities       types of screening
                             how program learned about and chose the
                             main objectives
                             logistics of how the intervention was carried
    Implementation of the   Conduct of:
      Professional           needs assessment
      Development            pilot-testing
      Activity               use of theory
                             conduct of process steps / core elements
         Section                         Description
    Results and         Any evaluation results or markers for success
      Evaluation of
    Brief Description of Abbreviated profile of D-F
       Other Activities
    General Questions   Challenges in conducting professional
      about             development activities
      Professional      Perceived level of effectiveness of
      Development       professional development activities
      Activities        Characteristics important when choosing an
                        Dissemination strategies
    Evidence-based      Knowledge, satisfaction, and use of effective
       Cancer             programs from different national cancer
       Prevention         resources
       Knowledge and
       Instrument: Interview Guide
                        Program Information (Section A)

                        List of Activities in Past Year          Use of
                     Major Activities? “Top 5” (Section B)        EBIs

How learn         Major Activities          Other Activities
  about        Full Description (C-E)       Brief Description

                     General Questions about Recruitment/       Factors in
                          Professional Development               Choosing
                                  (Section G)                     activity

                       Evidence-based Cancer Prevention
  Sources of          Knowledge and Practices (Section H)
    Potential Areas of Research from
         the Inventory Project
   Dissemination Research
    – Grantees will report on how they learned about programs and
      what EBIs they are using
    – Test strategies to spread knowledge about evidence-based
      public health interventions to achieve greater use and impact of

   Evaluating Promising Program Strategies
    – Grantees may report “promising intervention strategies” that are
      intervention categories listed as having “insufficient evidence” or
      are not a recommended strategy in the Community Guide or the
      intervention literature
    – Collaboratively evaluate “promising strategies”

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