Study Questions for Peer Educator Training Evaluation
1. Do the trainings result in enhanced peer knowledge of HIV?
2. Do the trainings result in enhanced peer skills (self-reported)?
3. Do the trainings result in enhanced peer self-efficacy?
4. Do the trainings result in enhanced peer self-care/adherence (self-reported)?
5. Do the trainings result in increased HIV testing among peers who do not know their status?
6. How does the amount of training correlate with each of the above, controlling for peer demographics, education and level of employment?
7. Do the peers who are trained at Level 2 have any change in:
• Employment as paid peer staff by agencies?
• Volunteer opportunities?
• Expanded job functions if previously employed as a peer educator?
A 5-year multi-site evaluation and support center funded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) – Division of HIV/AIDS Bureau – Special Projects of National Significance.
National Evaluation and Program Support Center to conduct a multi-site evaluation of outreach activities designed to engage and retain individuals with HIV in medical care. Funded by Health Resources and Services Administration
A national evaluation of peer education training programs for people living with HIV.
A National Center working to advance the Healthy People 2010 objective that all children with special health care needs have access to adequate health insurance and financing for their care.
A cross-disciplinary training curriculum in HIV and substance abuse, designed for health care providers, support service providers and substance abuse treatment providers.