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Partnerships, Planning, and the Possibilities for Policy Evaluation

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In July, the NSVRC held an Ask a Preventionist! live event with partners, Beth Hamilton, Associate Director of Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence and Destie Hohman Sprague, Associate Director of Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault about how to put research into action for a state approach to K-12 sexual violence prevention policy. 

If you missed the event you can watch the recording on our YouTube channel.

Evaluating the effectiveness of policy can be challenging.  It requires strong partnerships and lots of planning. The National Center for Injury Control and Prevention has created a series of briefs to help those of us looking to evaluate policy efforts. The briefs cover the following:

Overview of Policy Evaluation

Planning for Policy Evaluation

Evaluating Content

Evaluating Implementation

Evaluating Impact

Data Considerations

Applying Evaluation Results

Policy Evaluation Appendices

We encourage you to take a look, let us know what you find helpful, and share other tools to help us expand our Evaluation Toolkit.