Promoting Science-Based Approaches Using Getting To Outcomes (PSBA-GTO)
CDC's Division of Reproductive Health (DRH) is excited to announce the release of a new resource, Promoting Science-Based Approaches Using Getting To Outcomes (PSBA-GTO).PSBA-GTO is a step-by-step manual to help teen pregnancy prevention program managers use science-based approaches as they:
1) Plan and set goals for prevention programs.
2) Develop and conduct process and outcome evaluations of programs.
3) Learn ways to improve and sustain programs that are reaching outcomes.
The manual, based on the 10-step Getting to Outcomes approach developed by the RAND corporation and the University of South Carolina, has already been widely used in the field and the HHS Office of Adolescent Health is making this manual available to their grantees to assist them in their work.
Promoting Science-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting to Outcomes (PSBA-GTO)
PSBA-GTO (Promoting Science-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting to Outcomes) is a comprehensive guide to help teen pregnancy prevention program managers employ science-based approaches as they 1) plan and set goals for prevention programs, 2) develop and conduct process and outcome evaluations of programs, and 3) learn ways to improve and sustain programs that are reaching outcomes. Many program managers find they need training and technical assistance to use PSBA-GTO to implement their programs. For more information about training and technical assistance, contact email@example.com.
Introduction to PSBA-GTO[PDF - 874kb]
Suggested Citation: Lesesne, Catherine A., Lewis, Kelly, Fisher, Deborah, et al. Promoting Science-based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting To Outcomes for Teen Pregnancy Prevention (PSBA-GTO). 2016. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.
Step 1: Assessing needs and resources in your community[PDF - 767kb]
- Tool: Data Catalogue[Word - 65kb]
- Tool: Priority Needs Filter[Word - 85kb]
- Tool: Resource Assessment[Word - 84kb]
Step 2: Setting goals and outcomes for your teen pregnancy prevention program[PDF - 682kb]
Step 3: Selecting an evidence-based program to help you reach your goals and desired outcomes[PDF 974kb]
Step 4: Ensuring the selected program fits with your community context[PDF - 924kb]
- Tool: Culturally Appropriate Program Checklist[Word - 81kb]
- Tool: Program Fit Assessment[Word - 83kb]
Step 5: Determining what organizational capacities are needed to implement the program[PDF - 832kb]
Step 6: Creating a plan for a successful teen pregnancy program[PDF - 783kb]
- Tool: Program Budget[Word - 70kb]
- Tool: Work Plan[Word - 92kb]
Step 7: Assessing the quality of the program planning and implementation[PDF - 993kb]
- Tool: Process Evaluation Planner[Word - 67kb]
- Tool: Process Evaluation[Word - 70kb]
- Tool: Sample End Session Survey[Word - 57kb]
- Tool: Sample Fidelity Rating Instrument[Word - 61kb]
- Tool: Sample Overall Satisfaction Survey[Word - 56kb]
- Tool: Sample Project Insight Form[Word - 56kb]
- Tool: Sample Completed Fidelity Rating Instrument[Word - 61kb]
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