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Community-based Organizations’ Capacity to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Success. Robert M. Mayberry, M.P.H., Ph.D. Chairman and CEO χ 2 Health Research Consultants AcademyHealth June 9, 2008. What are the Objectives?. …improve access and quality of care. …improve health status.

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Community based organizations capacity to plan implement and evaluate success

Community-based Organizations’ Capacity to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Success

Robert M. Mayberry, M.P.H., Ph.D.

Chairman and CEO

χ2 Health Research Consultants

AcademyHealth

June 9, 2008


What are the objectives

What are the Objectives?

  • …improve access and quality of care.

  • …improve health status.

  • …prevent disease onset.

  • …insure fairness and justice.


Reducing the racial ethnic disparities framework

Reducing the Racial/Ethnic Disparities: Framework?


Improving quality reducing disparities

Improving Quality, Reducing Disparities

Sehgal JAMA 2003; 289(8): 996-1000.


Hypothetical framework

Hypothetical Framework


Social support intervention to prevent low weight birth among african american women

Social Support Intervention to Prevent Low Weight Birth among African American Women

Birthweight Intervention Group Control Group

2500 grams or more 50 (90.9%) 45 (77.6%)

Less than 2500 grams 5 (9.1%) 13 (22.4%)

Fisher’s Exact Test (1-tail), P < 0.05

Norbeck JS et al. Soc. Sci. Med. 1996;43(6):947-954.


A three level approach to promoting community health

A Three-Level Approach to Promoting Community Health


Pfizer southern hiv aids prevention initiative

Pfizer Southern HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative

A 3-year initiative (2004 to 2006) designed to address the growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS in the Southern region of the U.S., primarily among racially/ethnically diverse communities in urban and rural areas.

Funds granted to small and mid-size community-based organizations (CBOs) supporting underserved multi-cultural communities in nine southern states: AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX.

Partnership with Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center (MSM PRC) to strengthen the evaluation capacity of Initiative CBOs.


Characteristics of cbos of the pfizer foundation southern hiv aids prevention initiative

Characteristics of CBOs of the Pfizer Foundation Southern HIV/AIDS Prevention Initiative


Community based organizations capacity to plan implement and evaluate success

Survey Responses of Program Staff Regarding the Technical Assistance Needs of Community-Based Organizations


Community based organizations capacity to plan implement and evaluate success

Cross-site Program Assessment Survey (C-PAS) Knowledge Level† for Steps in Community Program Development

†Item mean score on a Likert scale of 0 (none) to 4 (extensive).


Cross site program assessment survey c pas skills level for steps in community program development

Cross-site Program Assessment Survey (C-PAS) Skills Level† for Steps in Community Program Development

†Item mean score on a Likert scale of 0 (none) to 4 (extensive).


Community based organizations capacity to plan implement and evaluate success

Cross-site Program Assessment Survey (C-PAS) Summary Scores of Organizational Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities

†Skills and knowledge based on a Likert scale of 0 (none) to 4 (extensive); summary score of six items.

‡Abilities based on Likert score of 1 (low) to 5 (high); summary score of 20 items.

IQR = interquartile range.

SD = standard deviation.


Pfizer initiative private academic community partnership

Pfizer InitiativePrivate-Academic-Community Partnership

  • Initiative CBOs

  • Community-based Programs and Partners

  • Innovative Approaches to Health Promotion and Prevention

  • MSM PRC

  • Evaluation Expertise

  • Cultural Competence

  • Pfizer Foundation

  • Fiscal Resources

  • Organizational Will


Evaluation capacity building recommended approaches

Evaluation Capacity BuildingRecommended Approaches

Conduct Systematic Needs Assessment

Adopt Practical Hands-on Learning Opportunities

Employ Quantitative and Qualitative Methods

Facilitate On-Going TA

Provide Opportunities to Share Evidence-based Practice


Pfizer initiative private academic community partnership1

Pfizer InitiativePrivate-Academic-Community Partnership

  • Critical partnership processes included:

    • Cooperative Decision-making

    • Systematic Communication Strategies

    • Navigation of Unique Needs of Each Collaborative Partner.


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