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New Resources from the American Society on Aging

These free training resources for professionals serving older adults,
created in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, are available on-line at http://www.asaging.org/cdc.

Program Evaluation, http://www.asaging.org/cdc/module1/phase5/index.cfm

  1. Program evaluation methodology and techniques
  2. Focus groups
  3. Community participatory evaluation

Issue Brief Series, http://www.asaging.org/cdc/issue_briefs.cfm

  • Issue Brief 1: Health Promotion for Older Adults: Meeting the Challenges of the Future
  • Issue Brief 2: Program Evaluation: How to Focus Your Evaluation Using Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
  • Issue Brief 3: Collaborations: Skill-Building for Effective Partnerships
  • Issue Brief 4: Cultural Competence and Health Literacy: Making
    Your Health Promotion Program Accessible to Diverse Groups of Older
    Adults

These resources are the newest educational programs of ASA's Live Well,
Live Long:  Steps to Better Health website.

For additional information or to sign up for HealthWord, ASA's free
monthly health promotion e-newsletter, contact Betsy Dorsett at
betsyd@asaging.org.

[Source: CLICK4HP,  http://listserv.yorku.ca/archives/click4hp.html]