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Community Assessment. For CX 1 Round 2. Community Assessment. Measures what is going on in tobacco control in your community Forms an overall picture of where the community is at now and where it wants to be Looks at many different things Coalition’s strengths and weaknesses

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Community assessment

Community Assessment

For CX 1 Round 2


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Community Assessment

  • Measures what is going on in tobacco control in your community

  • Forms an overall picture of where the community is at now and where it wants to be

  • Looks at many different things

    • Coalition’s strengths and weaknesses

    • Opportunities and challenges in community


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Community Assessment (Cont.)

  • Assist in planning

  • Prioritize what coalition wants to do

    • Which indicator or asset to be worked on first?

    • Have enough resources?

    • Can barriers be overcome?

    • Champions identified?

  • Identify which activities are most important and realistic to address first in work plans


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CX Community Assessment

  • Indicators

  • Social capital assets

  • Page 100-109 in the Strategic Planning Resources (a.k.a. Purple Book)

  • Insert for page 102 dated April 17, 2009 (Revised Form 3C-Revised Part 1 Instructions)


Assessing indicators
Assessing Indicators

  • Done in group

  • Might need more than 1 meeting

  • Gather existing data

    • Details of Data Needs for Outcome Assessment (pg 17)

    • Other supporting related data


Assessing indicators cont
Assessing Indicators (Cont.)

  • Collective wisdom, history, observations, and experiences related to indicators

  • General Assessment Tools section (pg 110)

  • As a group – discuss, rate, and prioritize each item on indicator


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Assessing Indicators (Cont.)

  • Discuss about what is currently happening in your community

  • Strengths and weaknesses

    • Tobacco control coalition/efforts

  • Opportunities and challenges

    • Within the community


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Assessing Indicators (Cont.)

  • Consider discussions at various levels of prevention (pg 87):

    • Individual knowledge and skills

    • Community education

    • Educate providers

    • Coalition and networks

    • Voluntary policy

    • Legislated policy


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Assessing Indicators (Cont.)

  • Examine priority criteria for each indicator

  • Based on the discussion findings, answer 4 specific test questions


Indicators test questions
Indicators: Test Questions

1. Does this indicator have the coalition’s ownership of issues and actions?

  • If “yes” - goes to next test question

  • If “no”- no more test questions are asked for that indicator


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Indicators: Test Questions (Cont.)

2. Is this indicator practical or feasible given resources (people, skills, monies, time, effort, actions)?

  • If “yes” on at least 4 of 6 elements – goes to the next question

  • If “no” – no more test questions are asked for that indicator


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Indicators: Test Questions (Cont.)

3. Does this indicator have the community’s acceptance or interest?

  • If “yes” – goes to the next question

  • If “no” – no more test questions are asked for that indicator


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Indicators: Test Questions (Cont.)

4. Does this indicator have potential for additional benefits and have champions identified?

  • If “yes” for potential benefits and have champions identified – that indicator should be considered as a priority that is ready for immediate action


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Indicators: Test Questions (Cont.)

4. Does this indicator have potential for additional benefits and have champions identified?

  • If “no” to either one of the criteria or to both criteria – that indicator should be considered to have a lower priority and more preparatory work is needed


In Tobacco Control Coalition/Efforts

Within the Community

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Challenges

  • Form 3C-Revised, Part 1. Community Indicator Assessment

  • Indicator Number and Title:

  • Date Assessment Form Completed:

  • Assessed

  • Not Assessed (indicate primary reason)

    • Not applicable to area, specify__________________________________________________

    • Other, specify_______________________________________________________________

What is Currently Happening…

*Consider the various levels of prevention (legislated ordinances, voluntary policy, coalition/networks, educating providers, community education, and individual knowledge and skills).


Priority Setting Criteria

Yes/No

Comments

1. Coalition ownership of issues and actions

2. Practical or feasible given resources (people, skills, monies, time, effort, actions)

3. Community acceptance/interest

4. (a) Potential for additional

benefits

4. (b) Identified champions

Examining Priority Criteria for Each Indicator…

Summary of other data used in the assessment:

Other considerations, including special populations:

Listing of those who completed the assessment:


Indicators priority ranking
Indicators: Priority Ranking

  • Overall assessment reflecting each indicator and their levels of priority

  • Form 3C-Revised Part 2


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Indicators: Priority Ranking (Cont.)

  • Mark as Tier 1

    • Indicators that had “yes” responses to test questions 1, 2, 3, and 4

    • Indicators that are identified as CX Wave 1 Round 2 core indicators (CI 1, 10, 18, 24)

  • Highest priority


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Indicators: Priority Ranking (Cont.)

  • Mark as Tier 2

    • Indicators that had a “no” response to test question 4

  • Considered a lower priority than Tier 1

  • May be considered for inclusion in work plans but need more preparatory work


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Indicators: Priority Ranking (Cont.)

  • Mark as Tier 3

    • Indicators that were not assessed

    • Indicators that had a “no” response to test question 1

    • Indicators that had a “no” response to test question 2

    • Indicators that had a “no” response to test question 3


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Indicators: Priority Ranking (Cont.)

  • Tier 3 indicators should be removed from consideration for inclusion in work plans




Assessing social capital assets
Assessing Social Capital Assets

  • Measures what the community has that can make tobacco control stronger

  • Local tobacco control coalition

  • Done in group

  • Might need more than 1 meeting

  • Gather existing data

    • Details of Data Needs for Outcome Assessment (pg 17)

    • Other supporting related data


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Assessing Social Capital Assets (Cont.)

  • General Assessment Tools section (pg 110)

  • As a group – discuss and decide the overall rating for social capital assets

  • Not just a mathematical average

  • Collective wisdom, history, observations, and experiences related to assets


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Assessing Social Capital Assets (Cont.)

  • Refer to page 105 for rating definition

  • Document assessment findings on a Form 3D-Revised

  • Record qualitative and quantitative information that supports the rating in the Comment section


FORM 3D-REVISED SOCIAL CAPITAL ASSETS ASSESSMENT FORM

Dates Assessment Conducted: _________________________________

Assessment Period: _________________________________________

Social Capital Asset None Poor Fair Good Excellent D/K


Community activism
Community Activism

  • SCA 2 - Extent of community activism among adults to support tobacco control

  • SCA 3 - Extent of community activism among youth to support tobacco control

  • A range of activities that seek to:

    • Influence public or private policies

    • Change social attitudes or public opinions


Examples of community activism among adults sca 2
Examples of Community Activism Among Adults(SCA 2)

  • Testifying before council or school board for policy change or awareness

  • Letter writing campaigns in support of policy changes

  • Art, music, theater, internet, or media driven events to raise awareness of tobacco control

  • More examples on page 105 in Purple Book


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Examples of Community Activism Among Youth(SCA 3)

  • Authoring news articles, editorials, or letters to the editor endorsing tobacco control issues or exposing tobacco industry practices

  • Data collection activities that attract attention from policy makers, public, or media

  • Testifying before council or school board for policy change or awareness

  • More examples on page 106 in Purple Book


Revised minimum outcome
Revised Minimum Outcome

  • SCA 4 – Extent of diversity among community sectors represented by member organizations of the tobacco control coalition

  • SCA 9 - Extent of support by local key opinion leaders for tobacco related community norm change strategies


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RECAP: Community Assessment

  • Assist in planning

  • Prioritize what coalition wants to do

  • Identify which activities are most important and realistic to address first in work plans


Questions

Questions?

Thank you for your attention!


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