Getting to Outcomes Guide for Teen Pregnancy Prevention.

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Chinman, Matthew.
Acosta, Joie D.
Ebener, Patricia A.
Sigel, Cody.
Keith, Jamie.
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RAND Corporation.
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This guide begins by explaining Getting To Outcomes® (GTO) is a user-friendly process for comprehensive planning, implementation guidance, and evaluation of programs and community initiatives. It is a ten-step process that guides the user through the key tasks needed to make any program a success. It then presents information for using the GTO process to implement teen pregnancy prevention (TPP) programs. The guide provides background information on teen sexual health and tips for using the GTO guide for TPP programs. Following sections provide instructions for completing the ten steps that address: needs and resources assessment, goals and desired outcomes, best practices, fit, capacities, plan, process evaluation, outcome evaluation, continuous quality improvement, and sustainability. Appendices include information on handling challenging behaviors, the ten tasks of adolescence, a program introduction letter for parents, a parent meeting script, a consent from, a parent information sheet, a session summary for parents, an attendance roster, a fidelity monitoring log, a pre-/post-survey session protocol, an adolescent health pre-survey, and instructions for using the evaluation data workbook.

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