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Evaluation Reporting: A Guide to Help Ensure Use of Evaluation Findings

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This guide is one in a series of Evaluation Basic guides for evaluating heart disease and stroke prevention activities. This guide focuses on ensuring evaluation use through evaluation reporting.

Various aspects of evaluation reporting can affect how information is used. Programs should consider stakeholder needs, the evaluation purpose, and the target audience when communicating results. Evaluation reporting should identify what, when, how, and to what extent information should be shared. Evaluation reporting should also consider how information might be received and used.

Learn more about evaluation reporting and how to ensure use of evaluation findings in this section. You can also download the complete guide [PDF-7.4M].

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Evaluation Tip Sheets


Evaluation Reporting is part of a series of evaluation technical assistance tools developed for CDC-funded programs. See other guides in that series.

See more examples of evaluation reporting in our Tip Sheet: Effective Evaluation Reporting [PDF-1.7M].