What we are learning from CPPW
Public Health is committed to quality improvement in all areas of our work. The CPPW initiative gives us an opportunity to improve the way we work with community partners to bring about lasting policy and environmental change.
We are gathering information for CPPW quality improvement from several sources, including our evaluation team, program staff, and community-based organizations participating in the initiative. The CPPW evaluation team is comprised of internal evaluators from our Assessment, Policy Development, and Evaluation unit and external evaluators from Group Health's Center for Community Health and Evaluation (CCHE). This team is working together to capture the overall successes of CPPW efforts and measure outcomes, but also provides insight for program improvement along the way.
Below is a summary of what we are learning from CPPW. For more information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Lessons learned from the CPPW RFP process (PDF)
This report summarizes what we found out about our CPPW RFP process in King County. CCHE conducted an anonymous survey of community members involved in the RFP and provided results to Public Health CPPW staff during their program debrief about the unique community funding process selected. This report presents useful information from those perspectives.