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2008 Harvard School of Public Health Program Evaluation Projects

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Program Element*

Objective

Alabama Primary Prevention Assess the effectiveness of the state’s efforts to reduce childhood lead poisoning by providing outreach and education (O&E) on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Lead Based Paint Regulations
Boston Public Health Commission Primary Prevention Protect workers and the public from exposure to hazardous chemicals and air pollution in nail salons (Safe Nail Salons project)
Georgia Primary Prevention Assess the effectiveness of the state’s efforts to reduce childhood lead poisoning by providing O&E on the EPA’s Lead Based Paint Regulations
Illinois Screening Increase the rate at which physicians test children (aged 6 years and younger) who live in communities that are at risk for lead poisoning
Liberia Primary Prevention Assist four nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in developing a monitoring and evaluation plan to strengthen their reproductive health programs
Minnesota Strategic Partnership Evaluate current outreach strategies, including the Minnesota Collaborative Lead Education and Assessment Network (M-CLEAN), to ensure that the needs of diverse external partners continue to be met
North Carolina Primary Prevention Evaluate the new Guilford County Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program local ordinance from both clinical and environmental perspectives
Philadelphia Primary Prevention Create a performance-based, primary prevention program for refugee and foster care families with pregnant women and/or young children in Philadelphia
Tennessee Primary Prevention Assess the effectiveness of the state’s efforts to reduce childhood lead poisoning by providing O&E on the EPA’s Lead Based Paint Regulations
Vermont Primary Prevention Assess the impact of educational mailers on risk perception and surveillance indicators among at-risk families (children with blood lead levels 5-9 ug/dL)
Wisconsin Primary Prevention Evaluate the lead prevention portion of the Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC) program

* Program elements include: Case Management, Elimination Plan, Primary Prevention, Screening, Strategic Partnerships, Surveillance


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