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Program Evaluation Steps

health  evaluation  resources  disease  leadership  steps  support  center  program  programs  CDC  control  planning  routine  public  improve  centers  tools  model  performance 

Program evaluation is essential to public health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sets standards for evaluation, develops evaluation tools and resources, and provides support for evaluation capacity-building.

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Five Minutes for Health | CDC Features

prevention  health  information  safety  symptoms  steps  season  ingredients  fall  skin  test  stroke  nutrition  spring  germs  heart attack  CDC Features  seat belts  podcast  wash hands 

Take steps in just minutes to maintain or improve your health

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CDC

Developing an Organizational Plan

steps  planning  professional  National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy  organizational plan  health literacy plan  organizational  workbook 

Every organization involved in health information and services needs its own health literacy plan. It is essential that the steps to developing an organizational plan are coordinated and strategic to improve health literacy. The National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy is a helpful framework and model to change organizational and professional practices.

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CDC

The evolution of the Steps program, 2003-2010: transforming the federal public health practice of chronic disease prevention.

asthma  diabetes  steps  CDC  obesity  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

The Steps program, formerly known as Steps to a HealthierUS, was the first Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) program to support a community-based, integrated approach to chronic disease prevention. Steps interventions addressed both diseases and risk factors, focusing on the 3 leading causes of preventable deaths in the United States — tobacco use, poor nutrition, and physical inactivity — and the associated chronic conditions of asthma, diabetes, and obesity.

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Two Simple Steps to Juice Safety

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Two Simple Steps to Juice Safety

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Check Your Steps

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Check Your Steps

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