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Métodos de colección de datos:

  1. De Asistencia Técnica para la Supervivencia del Infantil. (Child Survival Technical Support).Manual de Evaluación Participativa del Programa: Involucrando a los participantes del programa en el proceso de evaluación (Participatory Evaluation Manual: Involving program participants in the evaluation process).
  2. Programa de Gestión Comunitaria. (Community Management Programme, Community Self-Management, Empowerment and Development). Participación en la Evaluación (Participation in Appraisal)

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Poniendo el Valor de la Comunidad en Mapa:

  1. Programa de Gestión Comunitaria. (Community Management Programme, Community Self-Management, Empowerment and Development). Examen de los recursos internos de una comunidad (Survey of Internal Community Resources)

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Cómo Involucrar a los Medios:

  1. Agencia para Sustancias Tóxicas y el Registro de Enfermedades. (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry). Para imprimir documento en version PDF: Fundamentos de Principios y Prácticas para la Comunicación sobre Riesgos para la Salud (Health Risk Communication Principles and Practices)
  2. Razón y Palabra: Revista Electronica en America Latina Especializada en Topicos de Medios de Comunicación. (Razón y Palabra: Electronic Journal in Latin America Specialized in Media Topics). Cómo Preparar una Entrevista en los Medios de Comunicación (How to Prepare for and Interview in the Media)
  3. UNICEF-Estado Mundial de La Infancia 2003 (UNICEF-The State of the World's Children 2003). Como Tratar Con Los Medios De Comunicación (Mastering the Media)

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Mas Recursos (Inglés Solamente)

Creando una Colaborativa en la Comunidad Para Recopilar Datos:

  1. Center for Collaborative Planning. The Consensus Process.
  2. Center for Collaborative Planning. Coping with Conflict.
  3. Center for Collaborative Planning. A Gifted Facilitator.
  4. Center for Collaborative Planning. Facilitating Effective Communication.
  5. Center for Collaborative Planning. Ground Rules and Agreements.
  6. Conflict Research Consortium, University of Colorado. Consensus Building.
  7. Families USA. Working with the Faith Community: Reflections from a National Faith Leader.
  8. The Foundation Center. Engaging Youth in Philanthropy and Voluntarism: A Resource List.
  9. Kathryn Johnson (Editor), Wynne Grossman (Editor), Anne Cassidy (Editor). Collaborating to Improve Community Health: Workbook and Guide to Best Practices in Creating Healthier Communities and Populations. July 1997, Jossey-Bass.
  10. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory. Building Collaborative Partnerships.
  11. Phil Bartle. Methods to Strengthen Communities: Raising Capacity in Low-Income Neighbourhoods (in English and Spanish).
  12. Phil Bartle. Community Empowerment: Some Key Words for Mobilizers.
  13. Prevention Institute. Collaboration Math: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Multidisciplinary Collaboration
  14. Prevention Institute. Developing Effective Coalitions: An Eight Step Guide
  15. Prevention Institute. The Tension of Turf: Making it Work for the Coalition
  16. The Public Disputes Program: Part of the Inter-University Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. A Short Guide to Consensus Building.
  17. University of Florida, IFAS Extension. Facilitating and Managing Group Participation: Effective Meetings.
  18. University of Kansas. Community ToolBox: Bringing Solutions to Light. (A comprehensive, hands-on community capacity building site).

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Investigación y Evaluación con Participación de la Comunidad:

  1. University of Kansas. Community Tool Box.
  2. Loka Institute, UMASS-Amherst. Executive Summary of Community Based Research in the US.
  3. Harvard Family Research Project, The Evaluation Exchange. Participatory Evaluation.
  4. Kellogg Foundation, Participatory Evaluation with Young People.
  5. Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Evaluation with Young People.

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Elaborar una Evaluación en la Comunidad:

  1. Tools for Planning Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs - Moving to the Future
  2. Designing and Conducting Health Systems Research Project: Volume 2: Data Analysis and Report Writing; The International Development Research Centre
  3. Designing and Conducting Health Systems Research Project - Volume 1, Proposal Development and Fieldwork.
  4. Preparing for a Collaborative Community Assessment - Iowa State University
  5. Community Health Assessment Clearinghouse - New York State Department of Health
  6. Community Assessment Guide Book - North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
  7. THRIVE: Tool for Health and Resilience In Vulnerable Environments - Prevention Institute

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Reportes de Datos o Evaluación Completos o en Proceso:

  1. Annie E. Casey Foundation. Kids Count
  2. Health Canada: First Nations, Inuit, and Aboriginal Health
  3. Orange County Health Needs Assessment - Partnerships for Health
  4. University of Missouri - Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis. Boone County Health and Human Services Needs Assessment.
  5. Hispanic Health Needs Assessment - National Alliance for Hispanic Health
  6. Rural Poverty and its Health Impacts: A Look at Poverty in the Redwood Coast Region - California Center for Rural Policy

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Grupos de Enfoque:

  1. American Statistical Association. What Are Focus Groups?
  2. California Department of Health Services and Northern California Grantmakers AIDS Task Force. Good Questions/ Better Answers: A Formative Research Handbook for California HIV Prevention Programs. Click on Focus Groups
  3. International Nutrition Foundation for Developing Countries. A Manual for the Use of Focus Groups.
  4. University of Sydney. Focus Group Interviews in Qualitative Research: A Review of the Literature.
  5. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. Focus Group Training Handout.
  6. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. Focus Group Power Point Presentation.
  7. USAID Center for Development and Information Evaluation. Conducting Focus Group Interviews.

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Encuestas:

  1. American Statistical Association, Section on Survey Research Methods (1999). What is a Survey.. Also check out Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research: Links to Survey Sites.
  2. California Department of Health Services and Northern California Grantmakers AIDS Task Force. Good Questions/ Better Answers: A Formative Research Handbook for California HIV Prevention Programs. Click on Surveys
  3. Collecting Evaluation Data: End of Session Questionnaires - University of Wisconsin, Cooperative Extension Program Development and Evaluation; Ellen Taylor-Powell & Marcus Renner
  4. Collecting Evaluation Data: Surveys - University of Wisconsin, Cooperative Extension Program Development and Evaluation; Ellen Taylor-Powell & Carol Hermann
  5. Creative Research Systems. The Survey System: Survey Design. This site provides a sample size calculator, discussion of statistical significance, as well some useful insights on survey design.
  6. Good Data from Bad Questions? Impossible! - University of Wisconsin, Cooperative Extension Program Development and Evaluation
  7. Guide to Conducting Youth Surveys - U.S. Department of Justice
  8. InfoPoll Online Technical Support. How to Write a Good Survey. Great question writing tips!
  9. Methods for Testing and Evaluating Survey Questions. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2004 68(1):109-130. This peer-review journal article provides a more scholarly discussion of methods for testing and evaluating survey questions.
  10. NC State University, Quantitative Research in Public Administration. Survey Research. General overview on survey construction.
  11. Professor William M. Trochim, Cornell University. Research Methods Knowledge Base: Constructing the Survey. Useful link on survey construction.
  12. Queen Margaret College. Questionnaire Design and Analysis Workbook.
  13. Queen Margaret College. Sampling Workbook.
  14. Questionnaire Design: Asking Questions with a Purpose - University of Wisconsin, Cooperative Extension Program Development and Evaluation; Ellen Taylor-Powell
  15. Sampling - University of Wisconsin, Cooperative Extension Program Development and Evaluation; Ellen Taylor-Powell
  16. Sampling Methods - Australian Bureau of Statistics
  17. Survey Research - Social Research Methods
  18. The Survey System: Survey Design - Creative Research Systems
  19. Telecom Program at SUNYIT. Survey Questionnaire Construction. A short discussion on writing survey questions.
  20. The University of Texas School of Information. Survey Methods. Discussion on survey design, question writing, and many links to useful resources.
  21. What is a Survey - American Statistical Association
  22. US Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration. Writing Better Survey Questions.

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Ejemplos de Preguntas en Encuestas:>

  1. Center for Health Policy Research. California Health Interview Survey: Topics and Questionnaires
  2. National Center for Health Statistics. National Health Interview Survey: Questions, Datasets, and Related Documents
  3. Rand, Corporation and UCLA. Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Questionnaires for Wave I data collection
  4. University of Wisconsin-Madison LEAD Center. Sample course evaluation questions for courses using HPC technology

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Entrevistas con Informantes Claves:

  1. Conducting an In-depth Interview - University of Florida
  2. Conducting Key Informant Interviews - Fahey et al. (2006)
  3. Conducting Key Informant Interviews - USIAD Center for Development Information and Evaluation
  4. Getting the Lay of the Land on Health: A Guide for Using Interviews to Gather Information (Key Information Interviews) - The Access Project
  5. Needs Assessment Techniques: Using Key Informant Interviews. University of Illinois Extension-Program Planning and Assessment.
  6. Program Planning & Assessment, Needs Assessment Techniques: Conducting a Key Informant Interview - University of Illinois Extension
  7. Program Planning & Assessment, Needs Assessment Techniques: Using Key Information Interviews - University of Illinois Extension

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Foros Comunitarios:

  1. Community Forum: An Effective Program Planning Tool - Florida Cooperative Extension Service
  2. Kansas University Work Group on Health Promotion and Community Development. Chapter 3, Section 3: Conducting Public Forums and Listening Sessions.
  3. Minnesota Department of Health. Community Engagement: Click on Community Forums and Public Hearings.
  4. Program Planning and Assessment: Using Community Meetings - University of Illinois Extension

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Valuación Rápida:

  1. California Department of Health Services and Northern California Grantmakers AIDS Task Force. Good Questions/Better Answers: A Formative Research Handbook for California HIV Prevention Programs. Click on "Field Notes and Observations".
  2. Collecting Evaluation Data: Direct Observation - University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension; Ellen Taylor-Powell & Sara Steele
  3. Collective Lens: Photography for Social Change
  4. Good Questions/Better Answers: A Formative Research Handbook for California HIV Prevention Programs - "Field Notes & Observations." California Department of Health Services and Northern California Grantmakers AIDS Task Force
  5. National Science Foundation. The 2002 User-Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation.
  6. Photovoice - Official Website
  7. Photovoice - University of Massachusetts Amherst
  8. University of Florida-Cooperative Extension Service. Observation, Records, and Traces as Alternatives to Direct Questioning in Collecting Evaluation Data.
  9. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension-Program Development and Evaluation. Collecting Evaluation Data: Direct Observation.
  10. Using Direct Observation Techniques - USAID Center for Development and Information Evaluation

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Anális de Datos:

  1. Centre for Applied Statistics, Lancaster University. Statistics Glossary.
  2. Gerard E. Dallal. Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, Tufts University. Little Handbook of Statistical Practice.
  3. Larry Gonick and Woollcott Smith. Cartoon Guide to Statistics. 1994; HarperResource. (Available in many bookstores and at Amazon.com).
  4. StatSoft. Electronic Statistics Text Book.
  5. UCLA Academic Technology Services, Statistical Computing. Online Seminars and Classes.
  6. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. Analyzing Quantitative Data.
  7. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. Analyzing Qualitative Data.

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Interpretación de Datos:

  1. Baskerville B., Stewart P. Program Evaluation Workshop Materials: Step 5 - Make Decisions. Ottawa-Carleton Health Department, 1991.
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Evaluation Working Group: Steps in Program Evaluation - Justify Conclusions.
  3. Gamequarium: Online education site. Data Interpretation Games.

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Presentación de Datos:

  1. Charting and Graphing Data: Data Presentation - Betty C. Jung
  2. Data Presentation: A Guide to Good Graphics - Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington Statistical Society Methodology Seminars; Marianne W. Zawitz
  3. Data Presentation: A Guide to Good Tables - Bureau of Justice Statistics, Washington Statistical Society Methodology Seminars; Marianne W. Zawitz
  4. Design Recommendations for Chart Types
  5. Gary Klass. Illinois State University. Presenting Data: Tabular and graphic display of social indicators.
  6. Statistical Services Centre, University of Reading. Informative Presentation of Tables, Graphs and Statistics.
  7. Using Graphics to Report Evaluation Results - University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension; Ed Minter & Mary Michaud

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Escribiendo Reportes:

  1. Colorado State University. Writing Guides.
  2. Colorado State University. Guide to Writing the Scientific-Format Paper.
  3. Colorado State University. Guide to Speeches and Presentations.
  4. Phil Bartle. Report Writing.

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Usando Datos Para el Planeamiento Estratégico:

  1. Association for Community Health Improvement.
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Using Surveillance To Promote Public Health: Examples from the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS).
  3. Community Partnerships on Older Adults. Strategic Planning Resources.
  4. Phil Bartle. Preparing a Community Action Plan: The Community Decides its Own Future.
  5. Prevention Institute. Environmental Nutrition and Activity Community Tool (ENACT).
  6. The Access Project. Using Data: A Guide for Community Health Activists.

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