Data, Evaluation & Research

Evaluating shared risk and protective factors (SRPFs) requires us to use our basic evaluation skills as well as develop new ways of determining the impact of our efforts. Evaluation is necessary because it can highlight the value of utilizing a SRPF framework. It can illustrate how they positively impact a variety of health and social issues. We are working with the SRPF community in Alaska to collect data and evaluation techniques specific to Alaskan communities and populations.

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Alaska Health Equity Index

A tool that helps identify public health vulnerabilities and disparities in communities.

Alaska Health Equity Index

A tool that helps identify public health vulnerabilities and disparities in communities.
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Protective Factors and Adolescent Behavior Paradigm: New Analysis of the YRBS

Data analysis examining the influence of seven protective factors on the prevalence of 67 adolescent behaviors as measured by the 2019 Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Eight “risk experiences” are also examined and their influence on the prevalence of 67 adolescent behaviors.

Protective Factors and Adolescent Behavior Paradigm: New Analysis of the YRBS

Data analysis examining the influence of seven protective factors on the prevalence of 67 adolescent behaviors as measured by the 2019 Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Eight “risk experiences” are also examined and their influence on the prevalence of 67 adolescent behaviors.
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Resources Related to Data, Evaluation & Research

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Indigenous EvaluationEvaluation, Rural & Traditional Practices

Urban Indian Health Institute indigenous evaluation framework and resources website.

https://www.uihi.org/projects/indigenous-evaluation/evaluation rural-traditional
Colorado SRPF DashboardDataInjury

Example of a data dashboard for SRPF tracking.

https://cohealthviz.dphe.state.co.us/t/PSDVIP-MHPPUBLIC/views/VIP-MHPdashboardAPW/DashboardHome?iframeSizedToWindow=true&:embed=y&:showAppBanner=false&:display_count=no&:showVizHome=no datainjury
Risk and protective factors for child maltreatment: A reviewResearchChild Maltreatment

Synthesis of the empirical literature regarding key risk and protective factors for child maltreatment at each level of the socioecological model and to identify directions for future research and practice.

https://stacks.cdc.gov/view/cdc/107368researchchild-maltreatment
Relationships between Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and Neurodevelopmental DiagnosesResearchFASD

Research documenting the shared risk factor relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) & Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).

https://srpfalaska.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Relationships-between-Fetal-Alcohol-Spectrum.pdfresearchfasd
Community Level Data from Recover Alaska (Alliance Regional Data Scan)Data

This document is geared toward data collection and the need for better data equity and justice in how we collect data, what we legitimize as data, and how communities see themselves in data and mentions SRPF work in the Northern region.

https://srpfalaska.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/The-Alliance-Data-Scan-FINAL.pdfdata
Alaska Health Equity IndexData

A tool that helps identify public health vulnerabilities and disparities in communities.

https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/cc66a8099eb14838a927670937b9d272data
Alaska Injury Data Resource GuideDataInjury

As part of a project to identify injury data gaps for Alaska Native people in Alaska, the ANTHC Alaska Native Epidemiology Center and Injury Prevention Program collaborated to create the Alaska Injury Data Resource Guide, a list of injury or injury-related data sources that help paint the surveillance picture of injuries for Alaska Native people. The Guide includes information on contacts for the data source, what years of data are available, what level of permissions are needed to access the data, whether Alaska Native/American Indian people can be reported out separately, among other fields.

The Guide is updated once a year; contact Hillary Strayer at ANTHC (hdstrayer@anthc.org, 907-306-8863) with edits.

http://anthctoday.org/epicenter/healthdata.htmlhttps://srpfalaska.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/AlaskaInjuryDataResourceGuide.pdfdatainjury
Shared Risk and Protective Factors Impacting Adolescent Behavior and Positive DevelopmentData, Research

A review of the research on the factors contributing to adolescent behavior; definitions, citations, Alaska’s priority factors, their indicators and systems of measurement.

https://srpfalaska.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Shared-Factors-for-Adolescents-June-2020.pdfdata research
Protective Factors and Adolescent Behavior Paradigm: New Analysis of the YRBSData

Data analysis examining the influence of seven protective factors on the prevalence of 67 adolescent behaviors as measured by the 2019 Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Eight “risk experiences” are also examined and their influence on the prevalence of 67 adolescent behaviors.

https://srpfalaska.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/PF-New-Paradigm-YRBS-Analysis_May-2021-update.pdfdata
More MattersData

A Prevention Brief compiling Alaska’s best practices, policy recommendations, and personal actions to increase adolescent protective factors.

https://srpfalaska.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/More-Matters-PF-Strategy-Brief..pdfdata