Tobacco Control Project Evaluation C2411: CL1: FY 21 Tobacco Evaluation (July-April)

Grants and Contracts Details

Description

The University of Kentucky Prevention Research Center (PRC) will develop evaluation plans and final evaluation reports for the Kentucky Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program (KTPC) and the State Physical Activity and Nutrition Program (SPAN), Department for Public Health (DPH), Prevention and Quality Improvement, as well as surveys and other tools needed to meet the grant(s) performance measures. The UK PRC will: 1) Meet with KTPC and SPAN staff to review grant action plans, data sources, and expected products as a result of funding. 2) Analyze current grant evaluation plan and deliverables and provide DPH guidance to enhance, finalize, and implement the DPH evaluation plan objectives 3) Analyze current strategic plan and deliverables and provide DPH guidance to enhance, finalize, and implement the DPH strategic plan. 4) Conduct process/data analysis, lead evaluation plan development, implementation and evaluation reporting and dissemination of finding and present reports to stakeholders. Stakeholders shall include but are not limited to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Community Health Centers, external partners and organizations such as the Kentucky Cancer Program and the American Cancer Society. 5) Review, update and disseminate evaluation plan per CDC guidelines and recommendations. 6) Develop annual evaluation plan to include processes, collect data on the number of places that develop and implement food service guidelines, supportive breastfeeding interventions, community planning and transportation interventions and early care and education nutrition and physical activity standards. 7) Develop annual evaluation report for CDC on progress of performance measures included in the evaluation plan. 8) Collaborate with Partnership for a Fit Kentucky strategy committees to support the tracking and development of overall evaluation plan. 9) Develop and conduct evaluation training for SPAN to local community partners identified by DPH in Pennyrile, Purchase, Big Sandy, Cumberland Valley and Kentucky River Area Development Districts; 10) Attend CDC required evaluation trainings in Atlanta, Georgia. 11) Meet with SPAN to review grant work plans, data sources and expected deliverables as a result of funding.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/1/204/30/21

Funding

  • KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services: $18,270.00

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