Dissemination

Ensuring Use and Sharing Lessons Learned

Dissemination, or “ensuring use and sharing lessons learned,” is an important step in the CDC Framework for Evaluation. Dissemination is crucial for sharing information about your project with specific audience groups. A successful dissemination strategy should identify a clear target audience, key message, and key data and outcomes. Dissemination documents and products should always be concise and easy to understand.

 

Please see our Dissemination Methods page for more information and examples on how to communicate about your health improvement projects. 


 

Technical Assistance

The West Virginia Prevention Research Center is committed to providing mini-grant awardees  with technical assistance (TA) in selecting the appropriate strategies and reviewing draft products before final submission to the funding agency. Please reach out to Micah Gregory with any TA requests or questions regarding dissemination. 


Additional Resources

 Webinar: Reporting Evaluation Findings and Ensuring Use of Results

Communicating the Value of Chronic Disease Prevention.

Notice of Funding (Important)

All dissemination products must have the following notice:  “Funding for this project was supported by the WV Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health, Division of Health Promotion and Chronic Disease"