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evaluating policy and
environmental change interventions

More information about the Center TRT Evaluation Framework:

Citation: Leeman, J., Sommers, J., Vu, M., Jernigan, J., Payne, G., Thompson, D., Heiser, C., Farris, R, & Ammerman, A. (2012). An evaluation framework for obesity prevention policies. Preventing Chronic Disease, 9, E120.

Sample logic models and evaluation plans:

Center TRT creates sample logic models and evaluation plans for interventions that have gone through the Center TRT review process. You can access these materials here.

Web-based trainings:

Center TRT covers the cost of the following web-based training modules.
  •  RE-AIM Online Module: This web-based module provides instruction and real-world applications to illustrate the five dimensions of the RE-AIM framework: Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance. The RE-AIM framework is useful for planning new interventions, adapting existing interventions, and designing evaluations that assess the potential public health impact of interventions. The module provides examples of real-life application to policy and environmental change interventions.Click here to register for a username and password to access this training.
  • Logic Models and Evaluation Plans: Using the Center TRT Evaluation Framework: This training module provides public health practitioners with guidance and instruction on how to use the Center TRT Evaluation Framework to create logic models and evaluation plans for policy, systems and environmental change initiatives. The module is designed for public health practitioners who already have some experience with logic models. The module provides users examples of real-life evaluation applications. Estimated to take about 1.5 hours. 


Listen to the archived Practical Policy Evaluation webinar here. This webinar describes the Center TRT Evaluation Framework and provides an application of the Framework to a policy and environmental change initiative.

Please contact Cecilia Gonzales with any questions at 919.966.0016 or cgonzale@email.unc.edu.