Impact and value telling your program’s story : lessons learned from the Division of Oral Health and its partners
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Impact and value telling your program’s story : lessons learned from the Division of Oral Health and its partners

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      he purpose of this workbook is to help public health program administrators understand what a "success story" is, why it is important to tell success stories, and how to develop success stories. This document is intended to be used by program managers/coordinators in order to provide steps they can use to systematically collect and create success stories that highlight their program achievements. The document was written by the staff of the Division of Oral Health (DOH) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and, therefore, the examples come from DOH. However, the content and steps for collecting and writing success stories can be applied to any public health program. Part I of this workbook defines success stories, discusses several types of success stories and their uses, and offers several methods for systematically collecting success stories. Part II of this workbook includes a template that can be used to collect success stories and several examples of success stories from DOH grantees

      Suggested citation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Impact and Value: Telling your Program’s Story. Atlanta, Georgia: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Oral Health, 2007.


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