Supporting HIV care through education and innovation

Topic: Evaluation

Evaluation is the systematic collection of information about the characteristics, activities, and outcomes of services or programs to assess the extent to which objectives have been achieved, identify needed improvements, and/or make decisions about future programming.

Reports

Toolkits

Manuals

Tools

Best practices

Tools

  • Ohio Department of Health, January 2006

    Form developed by Ohio Department of Health to collect information needed to assess how helpful the case management program is to clients.

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau, June 2004

    Collection of tools (e.g., client interview form, outreach encounter, chart review, evaluation questions) for collecting information on contacts with clients enrolled in a SPNS supported multi site evaluation on outreach.

  • Kentucky Department for Public Health, January 2007, HIV/AIDS Branch, January 2007

    Satisfaction survey for clients of Kentucky's HIV/AIDS Care Coordinator Program that seeks to facilitate the provision of care to HIV-infected individuals and their families.

  • Lutheran Medical Center and El Rio Community Health Centers, February 2008
    Focus group protocol to gather feedback from current dental clinic patients. Developed by Lutheran Medical Center and El Rio Community Health Centers under the Ryan White Community Based Dental Partnership Program.
  • El Rio Community Health Center, June 2008
    Patient satisfaction survey on dental services, with questions about quality of care and satisfaction with services. Developed by El Rio Community Health Center under the Ryan White Community Based Dental Partnership Program.