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Immediate Outcome Performance Indicators

Immediate Outcome indicators measure changes which can be determined upon completion of a program activity. They focus on changes in knowledge and awareness. At more intensive levels of prevention (e.g. selected or indicated) there may also be some consideration given to changes in patterns of use. Examples include:

Changes in the level of knowledge and awareness about substance use/abuse & consequences

Changes in attitudes towards substance use/abuse

Changes in the level of knowledge and skills to make informed healthy decisions and about alternatives to substance use

Changes in the age of first use of alcohol or any drug

Changes in the level, nature and frequency of use

Increases in the knowledge base and diffusion of promising or best practices

Data sources and methods:

May include pre-post surveys (e.g. self-report surveys; pre-post focus groups) to obtain quantitative and qualitative data

Considerations:

Requires baseline information to measure change

Some measures (e.g. changes in use) may require tracking

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