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Evaluation of the cancer prevention and control research network cpcrn

Evaluation of the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN)

Katherine M. Wilson, PhD, MPH, CHES

Cathy L. Melvin, PhD, MPH

The findings of this presentation are the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Today

Today

  • Show you the CPCRN logic model

  • Tell the story of the origin of the CPCRN

  • Describe how the logic model

    • Was built

    • Will be measured

    • And show a page from the web-based data entry system

  • Talk about the analysis and interpretation of such data

  • Give you a peek at future uses of data


History

History

Simple desire for a mechanism in which

  • Programs being used widely in the field could be evaluated

    AND

  • Proven interventions could be tested in multiple sites simultaneously for their effectiveness, or level of success in real-world settings.


Mission

Mission

Communities and researchers

working together

to reduce the burden of cancer,

especially among those disproportionately affected,

through developing local and national level research-practice partnership infrastructures


Cpcrn network center map

CPCRN Network Center Map


Cpcrn logic model

CPCRN Logic Model

Inputs

Organizing Activities

(Coordinating Center & Steering Committee)

Network

Activities

Network

Outcomes

Proximal

Outcomes

Distal

Outcomes

A

B

C

D

E

F

Increase the Identification, Delivery, Maintenance, and Evaluation of EBIs by Partners

Educate Partners About Evidence-Based Approaches to Cancer Prevention and Control

CPCRN Organizational Structure

Infrastructure Support

Member-Center Capacity

Coordinating Center Capacity

Affiliate Members

CDC/NCI

The Guide to Community Preventive Services

RTIPs

Cancer Control PLANET

National and Regional Health Priorities

National and Regional Health Disparities

A.Develop and

Facilitate Network

Infrastructure

(Workgroups,

Steering

Committee, and Network Meetings;

B. Policies and

Procedures)

Engage Outside Experts as Necessary

C

1

D

1

Improved Cancer Related Health Behaviors:

Reduced Consumption of Tobacco Products

Increased Sun Safety

Improved Dietary Behavior

Increased Physical Activity

B

1

F

1

Use Promising Dissemination Strategies to Address Research Priority Areas and Specific Audiences

Increased Funding, Presentations, and Publications.

National, State, Community, and Local Organizations Adopt EBIs and Implement Intervention Strategies for Cancer Prevention and Control

C

2

D

2

A.Develop Network Vision and Priorities for Research

B. Create a Plan for Disseminating EBIs into Practice

C. Create a Process to Promote the Visibility of CPCRN, its Members, and Produtcs

D. Create Strong Processes for Collaboration

CONTRIBUTES TO

A

1

E

1

Reduced Cancer Morbidity and Mortality

F

3

Research Findings Related to Evidence-Based Recommendations

Conduct Program Evaluation, and Intervention, Replication, and Dissemination Research; Seek Funding; Submit Grant Applications and Manuscripts

D

3

B

2

Increased Informed Decision Making for Cancer Screening and Increased Use of Effective Cancer Screening Tests

C

3

F

2

Reports, Plans, Policies Generated with State and National Level Cancer Programs

D

4

* EBIs = Evidence Based Interventions


Performance indicators

Performance Indicators

  • The blood, sweat, and tears…

    • After agreeing on framework, ad hoc group drafted performance indicators

    • Took to Steering Committee for discussion and eventual approval

    • Have written measures for each indicator which also have been discussed and approved by the Steering Committee.


Selected examples of performance indicators and measures

Selected examples of performance indicators and measures

  • Column B

  • Column C

  • Column D


Cpcrn logic model1

CPCRN Logic Model

Inputs

Organizing Activities

(Coordinating Center & Steering Committee)

Network

Activities

Network

Outcomes

Proximal

Outcomes

Distal

Outcomes

A

B

C

D

E

F

Increase the Identification, Delivery, Maintenance, and Evaluation of EBIs by Partners

Educate Partners About Evidence-Based Approaches to Cancer Prevention and Control

CPCRN Organizational Structure

Infrastructure Support

Member-Center Capacity

Coordinating Center Capacity

Affiliate Members

CDC/NCI

The Guide to Community Preventive Services

RTIPs

Cancer Control PLANET

National and Regional Health Priorities

National and Regional Health Disparities

A.Develop and

Facilitate Network

Infrastructure

(Workgroups,

Steering

Committee, and Network Meetings;

B. Policies and

Procedures)

Engage Outside Experts as Necessary

C

1

D

1

Improved Cancer Related Health Behaviors:

Reduced Consumption of Tobacco Products

Increased Sun Safety

Improved Dietary Behavior

Increased Physical Activity

B

1

F

1

Use Promising Dissemination Strategies to Address Research Priority Areas and Specific Audiences

Increased Funding, Presentations, and Publications.

National, State, Community, and Local Organizations Adopt EBIs and Implement Intervention Strategies for Cancer Prevention and Control

C

2

D

2

A.Develop Network Vision and Priorities for Research

B. Create a Plan for Disseminating EBIs into Practice

C. Create a Process to Promote the Visibility of CPCRN, its Members, and Produtcs

D. Create Strong Processes for Collaboration

CONTRIBUTES TO

A

1

E

1

Reduced Cancer Morbidity and Mortality

F

3

Research Findings Related to Evidence-Based Recommendations

Conduct Program Evaluation, and Intervention, Replication, and Dissemination Research; Seek Funding; Submit Grant Applications and Manuscripts

D

3

B

2

Increased Informed Decision Making for Cancer Screening and Increased Use of Effective Cancer Screening Tests

C

3

F

2

Reports, Plans, Policies Generated with State and National Level Cancer Programs

D

4

* EBIs = Evidence Based Interventions


Cpcrn logic model2

CPCRN Logic Model

Inputs

Organizing Activities

(Coordinating Center & Steering Committee)

Network

Activities

Network

Outcomes

Proximal

Outcomes

Distal

Outcomes

A

B

C

D

E

F

Increase the Identification, Delivery, Maintenance, and Evaluation of EBIs by Partners

Educate Partners About Evidence-Based Approaches to Cancer Prevention and Control

CPCRN Organizational Structure

Infrastructure Support

Member-Center Capacity

Coordinating Center Capacity

Affiliate Members

CDC/NCI

The Guide to Community Preventive Services

RTIPs

Cancer Control PLANET

National and Regional Health Priorities

National and Regional Health Disparities

A.Develop and

Facilitate Network

Infrastructure

(Workgroups,

Steering

Committee, and Network Meetings;

B. Policies and

Procedures)

Engage Outside Experts as Necessary

C

1

D

1

Improved Cancer Related Health Behaviors:

Reduced Consumption of Tobacco Products

Increased Sun Safety

Improved Dietary Behavior

Increased Physical Activity

B

1

F

1

Use Promising Dissemination Strategies to Address Research Priority Areas and Specific Audiences

Increased Funding, Presentations, and Publications.

National, State, Community, and Local Organizations Adopt EBIs and Implement Intervention Strategies for Cancer Prevention and Control

C

2

D

2

A.Develop Network Vision and Priorities for Research

B. Create a Plan for Disseminating EBIs into Practice

C. Create a Process to Promote the Visibility of CPCRN, its Members, and Produtcs

D. Create Strong Processes for Collaboration

CONTRIBUTES TO

A

1

E

1

Reduced Cancer Morbidity and Mortality

F

3

Research Findings Related to Evidence-Based Recommendations

Conduct Program Evaluation, and Intervention, Replication, and Dissemination Research; Seek Funding; Submit Grant Applications and Manuscripts

D

3

B

2

Increased Informed Decision Making for Cancer Screening and Increased Use of Effective Cancer Screening Tests

C

3

F

2

Reports, Plans, Policies Generated with State and National Level Cancer Programs

D

4

* EBIs = Evidence Based Interventions


Cpcrn logic model3

CPCRN Logic Model

Inputs

Organizing Activities

(Coordinating Center & Steering Committee)

Network

Activities

Network

Outcomes

Proximal

Outcomes

Distal

Outcomes

A

B

C

D

E

F

Increase the Identification, Delivery, Maintenance, and Evaluation of EBIs by Partners

Educate Partners About Evidence-Based Approaches to Cancer Prevention and Control

CPCRN Organizational Structure

Infrastructure Support

Member-Center Capacity

Coordinating Center Capacity

Affiliate Members

CDC/NCI

The Guide to Community Preventive Services

RTIPs

Cancer Control PLANET

National and Regional Health Priorities

National and Regional Health Disparities

A.Develop and

Facilitate Network

Infrastructure

(Workgroups,

Steering

Committee, and Network Meetings;

B. Policies and

Procedures)

Engage Outside Experts as Necessary

C

1

D

1

Improved Cancer Related Health Behaviors:

Reduced Consumption of Tobacco Products

Increased Sun Safety

Improved Dietary Behavior

Increased Physical Activity

B

1

F

1

Use Promising Dissemination Strategies to Address Research Priority Areas and Specific Audiences

Increased Funding, Presentations, and Publications.

National, State, Community, and Local Organizations Adopt EBIs and Implement Intervention Strategies for Cancer Prevention and Control

C

2

D

2

A.Develop Network Vision and Priorities for Research

B. Create a Plan for Disseminating EBIs into Practice

C. Create a Process to Promote the Visibility of CPCRN, its Members, and Produtcs

D. Create Strong Processes for Collaboration

CONTRIBUTES TO

A

1

E

1

Reduced Cancer Morbidity and Mortality

F

3

Research Findings Related to Evidence-Based Recommendations

Conduct Program Evaluation, and Intervention, Replication, and Dissemination Research; Seek Funding; Submit Grant Applications and Manuscripts

D

3

B

2

Increased Informed Decision Making for Cancer Screening and Increased Use of Effective Cancer Screening Tests

C

3

F

2

Reports, Plans, Policies Generated with State and National Level Cancer Programs

D

4

* EBIs = Evidence Based Interventions


How we will capture these

How we will capture these?


What will these mean

What will these mean?

  • Going from measurement to analysis

  • Examples

    • Column B,– processes of collaboration

      • We want to see a movement from simple information sharing to collaboration

    • Column C, – co-authored manuscripts and grant applications

      • We want to see fewer single author, single institution manuscripts and grant appications


What will these indicators tell us

What will these indicators tell us?

Examples of ways to measure movement from simple information sharing (networking) to collaboration

  • Column B – processes of collaboration

  • Column C – co-authored manuscripts and grant applications.

B4

C3


A peek into future uses for these data and the logic model

A peek into future uses for these data and the logic model

  • Funding, funding, funding…

  • Justifying another five-year cycle for the Network, perhaps with even more centers funded.

  • Contribute to the literature on collaboration and infrastructure needed for successful multi-center research.


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