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BMI-for-age growth charts provide a means of determining weight status for age and gender using BMI.
Section 1 of Chapter 36 in the Community Tool Box offers additional examples of the ways in which program evaluation can be used.
CDC’s Framework for Program Evaluation consists of six connected steps together can be used as a starting point to tailor an evaluation of your CHWP.
CDC’s Evaluation Guide: Practical Strategies for Culturally Competent Evaluation provides cultural context for each of the 6 steps listed above in the CDC Framework for Program Evaluation.
The Community Tool Box’s chapters on Evaluating Community Programs and Initiatives provide guidance on how to frame program evaluation.
County Health Rankings and Roadmaps offer data on health outcomes that may be of interest such obesity prevalence across communities in the United States.
National Implementation Research Hexagon Tool is both a qualitative and quantitative resource to assess evaluation readiness.
The Wilder Collaboration Factors Inventory is a set of several online resources, including questionnaires and surveys, that can be used to quantitatively assess the degree and strength of collaboration within an organization.