Posters, Infographic, Brief

Recent Projects

Land of Lincoln Legal Aid Needs Assessment 2019 Highlights

Developed July 2019 for the Land of Lincoln Legal Aid by Smrit Bajracharya

Land of Lincoln Needs Assessment 2019 Highlights

2019

Supporting Healthy Father-Child Relationships: Learnings from a Father-Focused Family Support Program

Presented August 2019 at the Healthy Marriage Responsible Fatherhood (HMRF) Biennial Grantee Conference in Washington, D.C. by Courtney King, Destini Goodwin, Amy Sorg, Cheri Tillis, Nancy Mueller, Patricia Kohl, Annie Wolter, Halbert Sullivan

Supporting Healthy Father-Child Relationship Poster

Coming Home for Good: How St. Louis-based RELINK is Rebuilding the Lives of Justice-involved Young Adults through Health, Social Services, and Advocacy

Presented Spring 2019 at the City of St. Louis Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) by  Mikel Whittier, Amanda Stoermer, Jess Holmes, Atara Estes, Philip Brooks, Abby Wolner, Meihsi Chiang, Nancy Mueller

Coming Home for Good Report

2017

Evaluating a Health and Social Service Network: Approach and Lessons Learned

Presented November 2017 at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference by Mackenzie Staub, Amanda Stoermer, Nancy Mueller, Carrie Pettus-Davis, Mikel Whittier, Jessica Holmes, Bobbi Carothers, Sarah Bobmeyer, Annie Grier. Poster designed by Meihsi Chiang

The Innovation Model of Patient-Centered ConTraception (IMPACCT) Study

Developed July 2017 for the Contraceptive Choice Center, St. Louis, Missouri by Meihsi Chiang

Barth, R., Williams, J., Kryzer, E., Lobb Dougherty, N., Schmidt, B., Fehler, P., Loughan, M., Purnell, J. Developing need indices to address social determinants of health. Society for Behavioral Medicine, March 2017.

Rachel Barth, Emily Kryzer, Nikole Lobb Dougherty, Jasmine Williams, and Jason Purnell. Leveling the gradient: Using a community engagement approach to shift attitudes around the social determinants of health. Society for Behavioral Medicine, March 2017.

2016

Using participatory methods to develop and implement an evaluation for the Raising St. Louis Early Childhood Initiative

Presented October 2016 at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference by Sarah Bobmeyer, Nikole Lobb Dougherty, Beth L. Rotter, Tom Santel

Lobb Dougherty, N., Bobmeyer, S., Rotter B., Santel, T. Using Participatory Methods to Develop and Implement and Evaluation for the Raising St. Louis Early Childhood Initiative. American Public Health Association, November 2016.

Lobb Dougherty, N., Bobmeyer, S., Rotter B., Santel, T. Using Participatory Methods to Develop and Implement and Evaluation for the Raising St. Louis Early Childhood Initiative. American Evaluation Association, October 2016.

2015 and earlier

Win Early for Missouri: Tobacco Tax and Early Education

Developed April 2015  for Raise Your Hand for Kids by Meihsi Chiang, Morgan Dixon, Christina Garnett, Ja Kyung Jang, Janine Moretti, and Hilary Sedovic. Visuals designed by Meihsi Chiang

Andersen, S., Lobb Dougherty, N.  Robichaux, C., Montgomery, T., Barth, R. Stringer Hessel, A., Kelly, C. Does rurality matter in partnership development? Evaluating differences in rural and urban partnerships among obesity prevention projects. American Evaluation Association Conference, October 2012.

Kelly, C., Brownson, R., Lobb Dougherty, N., Stringer Hessel, A. Developing a Method for Identifying Programs, Environment Changes, and Policies for Replication and Dissemination. Active Living Research Conference, March 2012.

Lobb Dougherty, Robichaux, C., Montgomery, T. Drennan, J. Stringer Hessel, A., Kelly, C., LaRose, J. Building relationships with policymakers: Evaluating what works in rural and urban settings. American Evaluation Association Conference, November 2011.