Key Outcome Indicators For Evaluating Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs

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Key Outcome Indicators For Evaluating Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs

Description

This guide provides information on 120 key outcome indicators for evaluation of statewide comprehensive tobacco prevention and control programs. Indicators are organized by evidence-based logic models. Detailed information is provided for each indicator, including indicator definition, example data sources and measures, and graphic depictions of expert panel ratings across various criteria, such as overall quality and resource utilization.

This guide addresses the following topics:

  • Preventing initiation of tobacco use among young people
  • Eliminating nonsmokers’ exposure to secondhand smoke
  • Promoting quitting among adults and young people
  • Future directions

It is a companion to Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs, Introduction to Program Evaluation for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs, and Surveillance and Evaluation Data Sources for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs .

Developer:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Funding Sources:

Department of Health and Human Services

History

Release Date: 2005
Review Date: 2007
Recent Summary: April 2008
Original Summary: April 2007
Last Updated: 05/12/08

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