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CONTRIBUTION / ATTRIBUTION FOR COMMUNITY CHANGE. Volunteer Snapshot Training May 2009. ATTRIBUTE. 1. ascribe cause to something:  to think of something as caused by a particular circumstance

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contribution attribution for community change

CONTRIBUTION / ATTRIBUTIONFOR COMMUNITY CHANGE

Volunteer Snapshot Training

May 2009

attribute
ATTRIBUTE

1. ascribe cause to something: to think of something as caused by a particular circumstance

2. credit somebody with something: to give credit for something such as a work of art or a saying to a particular person, often wrongly

3. assign qualities to somebody or something: to regard somebody or something as having particular qualities

contribute
CONTRIBUTE
  • 1. donate money or time: to give something such as money or time, especially to a common fund or for a specific purpose2. be partial cause of something: to be one of the factors that causes something
individual change short intermediate term
INDIVIDUAL CHANGE (Short /Intermediate Term)
  • Change in perception (Short )
  • Change in skills or knowledge (Short )
  • Change in behavior (Intermediate)
community change intermediate long term
COMMUNITY CHANGE(Intermediate / Long Term)
  • Self-reported population level change in behavior (surveys) (Single-Intermediate / Trend-Long)
  • Community level increase or decrease in rates (archival data) (Single-Intermediate / Trend-Long)
  • Change in policies or laws (Long)
communities are made up of individuals
Communities are made up of individuals

 +  = 

Individual change leads to community change

resreach says
RESREACH SAYS…..

No single intervention – no one program or policy change – targeting one behavior is likely to improve population-level outcomes.

it takes time
IT TAKES TIME….

The long delay between targeted actions and the resulting widespread behavior change and improvement in population-level outcomes makes it difficult to assess whether the effort is bringing about change.

how will we know
How will we know?

We can analyze the contribution of documented instances of community and system change, an intermediate outcome, to subsequent behavior change and longer-term outcomes.

contribution attribution id practice
CONTRIBUTION / ATTRIBUTIONID PRACTICE
  • How do we know when something is measured as a CONTRIBUTION or ATTRIBUTION?
    • Complete the worksheet at your table as a group
    • Share results with the large group
id worksheet results
ID Worksheet Results
  • 30 day alcohol use (Set 1)
  • Youth perception of peer alcohol use (Set 2)
  • Conflict resolution skills (Set 3)
  • Youth as resources asset (Set 1)
  • Teen pregnancy rate (Set 2)
  • Meth precursors (Set 3)
  • Keg reg (Set 1)
  • Alcohol seller/server training (Set 2)
  • 30 day marijuana use (Set 3)
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1. Is the YTF serving as a catalyst for community/system change to build a Healthy Community for Healthy Youth?
  • Document instances of community/system change; that is, all new or modified programs, policies and practices facilitated by the YTF and related to our mission
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2. What factors or processes are associated with the rate of community/system change for a Healthy Community for Healthy Youth?
  • Review annually
  • Gather qualitative information on critical events (e.g., completed action plan; loss of leadership) and overlay on the unfolding of community/system changes.This information may suggest key processes or factors that can advance efforts to promote health. 
3 are community system changes associated with improvements in population level outcomes
3. Are community/system changes associated with improvements in population-level outcomes?
  • Examine Annually,
  • Analyze several dimensions related to the framework (e.g., goal addressed, sector the change occurs within, intervention or behavior change strategy used, population targeted, duration of change) for each change. 
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4. How are community/system changes contributing to the efforts to build a Healthy Community for Healthy Youth?
  • Whether (and under what conditions) the cumulative unfolding of community/system change is related to improvement in indicators of population-level health outcomes (e.g., decreasing prevalence of substance abuse treatment; increasing self-reported levels of perception or risk of harm). 
advantages
ADVANTAGES
  • Helps to analyze the contribution of community/system changes intended to “tip” or improve population-level outcomes. 
  • Permits attention to several core evaluation questions for collaborative action in communities. 
  • Suggests promising approaches for intervention in other communities and contexts. 
  • Permits co-learning within and across community initiatives to promote health.
promise team contribution analysis
Promise Team Contribution Analysis
  • YTF Coordinated Projects and Programs
    • Reach
    • Scope
    • Duration
    • Individual change
    • Relationship to community change
promise team contribution analysis1
Promise Team Contribution Analysis
  • Community Needs Assessment and 2012 Youth Development Plan
    • Iowa Youth Survey, Asset Survey, and other population level survey data
    • Archival data related to Promise Team focus areas
    • Changes in procedures, policies, and laws related to Promise Team focus area