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National Program Indicators

The national program indicators that relate to the four main components of the PRC Program's logic model.

Inputs
  • Number of PRC community committee members, by constituency, organization, and perspective.
  • Number and full-time equivalents (FTEs) of PRC faculty and staff who are supported by CDC funds.
  • Number and type of resources provided by the academic institution to support PRC activities.
  • Number of PRC partnerships, by constituency, organization, or perspective; existence of written inter-organizational agreements; and funding status.
  • Amount of PRC annual funding, by number of projects and funding source.

Activities
  • Number and types of PRC activities in which partners or the community committee are involved.
  • Number of PRC core, special interest, and PRC-affiliated projects, by level of prevention; content, population, and setting focus areas; and (for research projects) research type, design, and study population.
  • Number of PRC training programs, by topic, audience, format, and duration.

Outputs
  • Number of PRC-tested interventions, by level of effectiveness (promising, effective, or adoptable).
  • Number of PRC publications, by peer-reviewed status; journal; content, population, and setting focus areas; and intended audience.
  • Number of PRC presentations, by peer-reviewed status; content, population, and setting focus areas; and intended audience.
  • Number and types of PRC interventions that are recommended for use by national agencies or organizations.
  • Number of other PRC-produced products, by product type, peer-reviewed status, content focus areas, and intended audience.
  • Number of students working with PRCs, by type of work.
  • Number of people trained by PRCs, by audience type.

Outcomes
  • Number of PRC-tested interventions that are available for dissemination, by method of dissemination, level of effectiveness, and number and types of groups to whom it was disseminated.
  • Number of PRC-tested interventions that have been adopted, by number and types of groups that adopted the intervention.
  • Number of policy and environmental changes made derived from PRC research, by topic area, level of change, and type of PRC involvement.
  • Number of PRC-produced products distributed.
  • Number of new prevention grants or contracts awarded to partners or communities that were facilitated by the PRC partnership, by purpose of grant, type of PRC involvement, and amount.
  • Number of PRC-related recognition awards received, by awarding organization, type of awardee, and purpose of award.
  • Number of PRC-related media reports, by type of media, media distribution, and focus of report.
  • Number of publications citing PRC work, by journal characteristics.
 
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