Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY HEALTH RESEARCH   2018 , Volume 7 , Number 1; Page(s) 32 To 41.
 
Paper: 

MANY MOVING PARTS: EVALUATING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE KIN KEEPERSM CANCER PREVENTION INTERVENTION

 
Author(s):  FORD SABRINA, TALLEY COSTELLIA, MEGHEA CRISTIAN, WILLIAMS KAREN PATRICIA*
 
* CENTER FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN & YOUTH, COLLEGE OF NURSING ,THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, 1585 NEIL AVENUE, 362 NEWTON HALL, COLUMBUS, OH 43210
 
Abstract: 

Introduction: This evaluation of the implementation of a cancer prevention intervention includes; intervention fidelity, participant satisfaction, participant retention, and the cost of program implementation. The main purpose of this paper is to disseminate findings in order to inform and promote similar community health programming.
Methods: The evaluation framework integrates several models, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Evaluation Framework and the University of Wisconsin-Extension (UW-EX) Evaluation Model. This evaluation process is complex in that it: (1) is community-based participatory research (CBPR); (2) is a Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT); (3) uses an ecological approach; and (4) is multicultural.
Results: For intervention fidelity, we found that 90% of participants reported high fidelity in the delivery of the intervention as well as strong participant satisfaction. Likewise, 90% of CHWs also report high fidelity in training provided and intervention integrity. Over 36 months of follow-up, the participant retention rate was 79% or more with no significant differences between the intervention and control groups. The cost to implement and deliver the program to each intervention participant was $151.
Conclusion: These outcomes can inform policymakers in order to disseminate and implement quality health communication programming.

 
Keyword(s): PROGRAM EVALUATION, CANCER PREVENTION, KIN KEEPER SM, BLACK, LATINA, ARAB, WOMEN, HEALTH DISPARITIES, HEALTH COMMUNICATION
 
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