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Public Health Rep. 2000 Mar-Jun; 115(2-3): 199–204.
PMCID: PMC1308711

A participatory evaluation model for Healthier Communities: developing indicators for New Mexico.


Participatory evaluation models that invite community coalitions to take an active role in developing evaluations of their programs are a natural fit with Healthy Communities initiatives. The author describes the development of a participatory evaluation model for New Mexico's Healthier Communities program. She describes evaluation principles, research questions, and baseline findings. The evaluation model shows the links between process, community-level system impacts, and population health changes.

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  • Wallerstein N. Power between evaluator and community: research relationships within New Mexico's healthier communities. Soc Sci Med. 1999 Jul;49(1):39–53. [PubMed]

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