This project involves a comprehensive evaluation of community outreach and training efforts for a national demonstration/replication project focusing on the early detection and intervention for the prevention of psychosis, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Muskie will collaborate with the National Program Office to develop and implement an evaluation plan designed to explore community outreach efforts and outcomes. Logic models will be used to guide the evaluation and both process and outcome indicators will be explored. Anticipated data collection will be based on a mised methods approach.
Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy
Evaluation of Community Outreach Efforts for the EDIPP Program
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