Policy-contribution assessment and field-building analysis of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Active Living Research Program.

@article{Ottoson2009PolicycontributionAA,
  title={Policy-contribution assessment and field-building analysis of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Active Living Research Program.},
  author={Judith M. Ottoson and Lawrence W. Green and William L. Beery and Sandra K Senter and Carol L. Cahill and David C. Pearson and Howard Peter Greenwald and Robin Hamre and Laura C. Leviton},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={36 2 Suppl},
  pages={
          S34-43
        }
}
BACKGROUND The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation requested this utilization-focused evaluation of its Active Living Research (ALR) program. This evaluation reports on the trajectory of influence of past and future ALR outcomes on field-building and policy contributions as well as on possible users of completed and disseminated ALR products. METHODS In 2006 and 2007, key-informant interviews were conducted with 136 representatives of first-line potential users of ALR research products, including… CONTINUE READING
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