A core element of any community initiative or project on Alcohol is to identify the extent and intensity of the issue you wish to address. Developing the Baseline evidence is the focus of this training. The various data collection methods for use in the community are described, appropriate use and the Pros & Cons of each method is discussed
Who is it for?
Community and Voluntary groups and agencies
The aim is to allow participants to gain a clear understanding how to assess community needs and establish baseline evidence of the extent, intensity of alcohol harm issues in the community.
- To discuss the use of both Primary and Secondary data in gathering the baseline evidence of Alcohol issues locally.
- To examine community consultation and data collection tools in the community setting.
- To gain an understanding of the importance of feedback to the community
- To gain skills in developing a Community Consultation plan
- To gain from peer experience and perspective
Content & Methodology:
- PowerPoint Presentation: Developing and using Baseline Evidence to develop an intervention
- PowerPoint Presentation: Data collection methods to include Questionnaires & Surveys, Focus groups, One to one interviews, Public meetings and the benefits of using a combination of tools.
- Group work & Discussion: Types of data Secondary and where to find it.
- Group work & Discussion: Drawing up our Consultation / Baseline evidence gathering Plan