Project

Research-Tested Intervention Programs

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Client

National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

Research-Tested Intervention Programs (RTIPs) is a searchable online database that helps public health practitioners and others find and implement cancer control programs that work.

JBA evaluates evidence-based programs for inclusion in RTIPs across topics such as screening, diet and nutrition, and tobacco control.

The project team—

  • Coordinates reviews by expert consultants
  • Conducts literature searches to identify potential programs through studies published in peer-reviewed journals
  • Provides technical assistance to help programs submit information for review
  • Develops materials practitioners can use to implement the program with specific populations and in specific settings

Programs are scored on research integrity, intervention impact, and dissemination capability, as well as reach, effectiveness, adoption, and implementation.

Staff

  • Jasmine Douglas, Ph.D. Research Associate

    ​Jasmine Douglas’ expertise includes program evaluation, community-based participatory research, prevention and intervention research, statistical...

  • Stephen Gardner, Ph.D. Senior Research Associate

    ​Stephen Gardner has 41 years of experience in program development, program evaluation, programmatic and evaluation technical assistance, management, and...

about the project

Topics

Capabilities

Status

Client

National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health