Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH)
The PEPH Evaluation Metrics Manual provides examples of tangible metrics that PEPH grantees and program staff can use for both planning and evaluation. Example logic models are used as a means to develop evaluation metrics for cross-cutting PEPH themes such as Partnerships, Leveraging, Products and Dissemination, Education and Training and Capacity Building. PEPH grantees (including all project partners) are the primary target audience for this document.
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- Chapter 1 – Introduction (959KB)
- Chapter 2 – Partnerships (2MB)
- Chapter 3 – Leveraging (1MB)
- Chapter 4 – Products and Dissemination (1MB)
- Chapter 5 – Education and Training (1MB)
- Chapter 6 – Capacity Building (1MB)
- Chapter 7 – Principles of Evaluation (4MB)
- Chapter 8 – Appendices (337KB)
To reference the PEPH Evaluation Metrics Manual please use the following citation:
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2012). Partnerships for Environmental Public Health Evaluation Metrics Manual. NIH Publication No. 12-7825. Available: http://www.niehs.nih.gov/pephmetrics.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) has developed online workshop materials to help grantees and others learn about developing logic models and evaluation metrics for activities conducted in the Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH) program. These materials are available to all who wish to download them. The materials include:
- An Instructor Guidance (700KB) document that provides a “lesson plan” for the workshop. It walks the instructor through the workshop presentation, handouts, and evaluation forms, providing suggestions for key messages and discussion questions.
- A Participant Materials (3MB) document that provides handouts for three case studies instructors can use to conduct their workshop, as well as an evaluation form.
- A PowerPoint Presentation (7MB) that contains slides the instructor can use to conduct the workshop using any of the three case studies covered in the Participant Materials. This file can be modified to fit the needs of the instructor.