Presentation on theme: "Building a Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Program."— Presentation transcript:
Building a Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Program
Ashley MaierBrad VictorPatrick Lemmon
Primary Prevention "Approaches that take place before sexual violence has occurred to prevent initial perpetration or victimization." "Primary prevention refers to approaches that seek to eliminate the root causes of sexual violence and to stop sexual violence from ever occurring."
Levels of Prevention Primary Secondary Tertiary UPFRONT In the Thick In the Aftermath BEFORE
Essential Basic Elements of Prevention Program Development Assessment Planning Evaluation Training
How will we engage people? What do we want to change? How will we get there? How will we know we got there??
- Data CDC Data es.html es.html One in Six - Rape in Oregon Recommendations to Prevent Sexual Violence in Oregon: A Plan of Action Oregon Youth Sexual Health Plan Appendices Oregon Healthy Teens Survey Assessment Local Data?
- Community Strengths/Needs Assessment
- Logic Model Planning Using Logic Models for Planning Primary Prevention Programs
- Plan Planning Objectives Goals Activities Outputs Timeline Outcomes
- Plan Planning Goals Broad - what you would like to accomplish. Objectives Specific steps towards achieving goal, followed by more specific activities. Activities Outputs The “products.” Outcomes Measurable changes that occur in your target community. How you want the world to be. What is going to be done? When it is going to be done? Who is going to do it? Specific. Measurable. Attuned to mission. Realistic. Time-phased. RETENTION
A (big) note on recruitment…
There is a reason we pilot test our strategies/projects/programs… Testing
Indicators Measures Data Collection Data Analysis Evaluation Plan Evaluation
AssessmentPlanningTestingImplementationEvaluationRevision Continuous Quality Improvement 30% adolescent boys in community state belief in gender equity Outcome s= Increase above percent to 50%. At least 50% participants report desire to further engage. School institutionalizes program. Output = 100 boys trained. Strategy = school- based Men of Strength program. Annual community assessment Pre-post tests Teacher reports/ stakeholder interviews
AssessmentPlanningTestingImplementationEvaluationRevision Continuous Quality Improvement 30% adolescent boys in community state belief in gender equity Outcome s= Increase above percent to 50%. At least 75% club participants report beliefs consistent with campaign. 50% students report noticeable climate change. Output = posters in 25 locations. Strategy = Social media campaign Annual community assessment Pre-post tests Teacher reports/ stakeholder interviews School climate survey
Most Common: Evaluation as an afterthought Inside-out approach Lack of synergy No theory of change Missing outcomes
From the Very Start Consider evaluation Seek community/audience input Ensure synergy Articulate theory of change Identify outcomes How To Involve Schools