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Rape Prevention Education Evaluation Project

Dr. Sandra Ortega is working with ODH Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Prevention Program (SADVPP) to evaluate the ODH Violence Against Women Act funded rape prevention education programs.  Dr. Ortega has been working with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network, where she has been an evaluation consultant for their DELTA intimate partner violence prevention programs.  She has benefited from extensive training from CDC and brings both her professional expertise in evaluation and her knowledge of CDC priorities and expectations to her work with SADVPP.

Dr. Ortega has presented a series of webinars to assist local rape prevention programs in overall program development and evaluation.  These webinars, including the accompanying handouts, have been archived below.  If you are interested in viewing the webinar, click the hyperlink below.

Webinar Topics

Assessing your Project's Primary Prevention Capacity (PPCA) - Webinar starts at the 6 minute mark

  • Instructions for PPCA (Rev. January 2014) This PDF instructions for completing rape prevention education Primary Prevention Capacity Assessment (PPCA) for identifying and prioritizing training and technical assistance needed to build prevention and evaluation capacity
  • Primary Prevention Capacity Assessment Tool (Rev. January 2014)     This PDF is the tool for the rape prevention education Primary Prevention Capacity Assessment (PPCA) for identifying and prioritizing training and technical assistance needed to build prevention and evaluation capacity 

Item Bank for Outcome Measurement Guidance - Webinar starts at the 4 minute mark

Conducting a Community Needs Assessment - Webinar starts at the 5 minute mark

Developing a Logic Model - Webinar starts at the 7 minute mark

Building a Data Entry System that Links with Your Logic Model - Webinar starts at the 20 second mark

RPE Success Stories - Webinar starts at the 1 minute mark

  • Case Studies This PDF is an Ohio Case Study handout of components needed in a well written success story for the rape prevention education program
  • Checklist for telling your story This PDF is an Ohio Success Story Checklist for the rape prevention education program
  • Telling your success story This PDF is an Ohio Success Story Tip Sheet for the rape prevention education program
  • Additional Resources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, VetoViolence: Success Stories

Resources to Spotlight Your Program's Accomplishments

Presentation Slides

 

Additional Statewide Resources:

Prevention Empowerment Evaluation Tool Kit

Ohio Domestic Violence Network is home to the Prevention Empowerment Evaluation Took Kit.  The intended audience for this toolkit is local primary prevention providers, particularly those who are beginners or who have intermediate level skills in program evaluation. This toolkit could also be used by evaluation consultants as a source of training and technical assistance materials.

 

National Resources:

 

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) Evaluation Toolkit

An online resource for sexual and domestic violence prevention practitioners and organizations to elevate their evaluation skills and capacity. This resource is a living toolkit, filled with opportunities for those who use it to submit their own case studies, evaluation examples, and other helpful tools. The NSVRC's Evaluation Toolkit may seem cumbersome at first, but its "choose your own adventure" style allows practitioners and organizations to pave their own path through the toolkit depending on what's most useful for them. From beginners to evaluation experts, this toolkit has resources for everyone at every step of their evaluation journey.

National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Prevention Specialist Core Competencies

The main purpose of these core competencies is to systematically guide the development of technical assistance and in person and on-line training programs for the IP&SV Prevention Specialist (Preventionist).  These competencies can also be used to create job descriptions, to develop needs assessments, or to assist with performance evaluation.  They have been designed to encompass essential knowledge and skills in five areas that are widely considered necessary to do IP&SV prevention work in the field of injury and violence prevention: general knowledge, assessment and evaluation, project management, communications and training and self-care and resiliency building.

 

Update 11/2/2018