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Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) Evaluations

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Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention (HPCDP) has a robust, coordinated evaluation approach that addresses elements of comprehensive prevention programs. This webpage details the coordinated evaluation effort for Oregon's Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention work. Additionally, these reports generate information that can be used to improve the quality of work and demonstrate accountability, transparency, and effectiveness. 

Program Evaluations
  • Tiered Funding Model Evaluation – Focused on results of changes made to the TPEP local health department funding model in 2019, including: the impact of the tiered funding model on local policy and health systems change; the effect of state-to-local technical assistance; and local TPEP programs progress in developing partnerships outside of their local health department.
  • Tobacco and Alcohol Retail Assessment (TARA) Evaluation – The purpose of this project was to evaluate the planning and implementation of the 2018 TARA and make recommendations for improving tobacco and alcohol retail assessments. 
  • Cross Agency Health Improvement Plan (CAHIP) – Evaluation of the CAHIP and cross-agency efforts to encourage worksite wellness, tobacco-free living and improved nutrition and physical activity for clients, consumers and employees.
  • Tobacco Burden Evaluation Report: Evaluation to assess the economic burden of tobacco on morbidity and mortality in Oregon.

Campaign Evaluations
 
Policy Evaluations