3 edition of Getting to outcomes, 1999 found in the catalog.
Getting to outcomes, 1999
|Statement||prepared by National Center for the Advancement of Prevention (NCAP) ; Office of Knowledge Synthesis, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|Contributions||National Center for the Advancement of Prevention (U.S.), Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (U.S.). Office of Knowledge Synthesis, United States. Office of National Drug Control Policy|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||141|
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Getting to outcomes, methods and tools for planning, evaluation, and accountability Author: National Center for the Advancement of Prevention (U.S.) ; Center for Substance Abuse Prevention.
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Getting To Outcomes® (GTO) is a user-friendly process for comprehensive 1999 book, implementation guidance, and evaluation of programs and community initiatives. It is designed to help organizations run programs well and get desired outcomes.
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Aug 01, · Home» Resources» Getting to Outcomes: 10 Steps for Achieving Results-Based Accountability. Getting to Outcomes: 10 Steps for Achieving Results-Based Accountability. Report. Shelley Wiseman, Matthew Chinman, Patricia A.
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Getting to Outcomes: An Approach to Implementing Systemic Change Anita P. Barbee, MSSW, Ph.D. Consultant NRCOI and NCIC. Christine Tappan, MSW. Administrator, DCYF/DJJS Bureau of Organizational Learning & Quality Improvement.
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In this photo you can see that Lilly is happily looking at the pictures and pointing at what she can see.Little (PSBA) GTO 10 Steps to Promoting Science-Based Approaches (PSBA) to Teen Pregnancy Prevention using Getting To Outcomes (GTO) A Summary April i Acknowledgment Little (PSBA) GTO was adapted from Wiseman S, Chinman M, Ebener P, Hunter S, Imm P, Wandersman A ().
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