Estimating Essential Elements for Community-Level Prevention Strategies

Friday, 22 January 2021

Identifying the essential elements of a prevention program – the key content, delivery methods, and implementer characteristics assumed to influence desired outcomes – can help prevention practitioners adapt and explain the prevention strategy. But what do essential elements look like and how can they be used for prevention strategies that are not programs?  

Join PreventConnect as presenters explore the process of identifying essential elements of community-level strategies. The web conference will present major concepts from CDC guidance and highlight a practical tool that practitioners can use to estimate the essential elements of a range of strategies.


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