A Framework Featuring Steps and Standards for Program Evaluation

@inproceedings{Milstein2000AFF,
  title={A Framework Featuring Steps and Standards for Program Evaluation},
  author={Bobby Milstein and Scott F. Wetterhall},
  year={2000}
}
Every day, the Centers for Disease Control and Pre­ vention (CDC) focuses the world’s attention on issues that deserve to be in the public health spotlight. Visitors to the CDC Web site know that this spotlighting is not only a metaphor but also a prominent physical feature on the agency’s Internet home page. Through its Spot­ light section, the CDC summarizes at a glance the most important things happening in public health each day. During the week of September 17, 1999, that spotlight shone… CONTINUE READING

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