Data Collection

Foundations of Data Equity

October 09, 2020
by Danielle Lippert and Jorge Andrews 

In June, we had the opportunity to attend a two half-day workshop, Foundations of Data Equity, hosted by We All Count, and presented by Heather Krause.

6-8 Hour Trainings – Really?!

March 27, 2019
HSHC activities are some of the tools we can use to engage and empower our communities, give voice to those that may not otherwise be involved in public health movements, and provide opportunities for skill building and fostering relationships. With this in mind, we could argue that 6-8 hours is not enough to accomplish that. But it’s a start!

Device Troubleshooting

March 27, 2019
We at TCEC want to take a moment to provide some helpful tips for using your SurveyPocket app.

Youth Coalition Surveys Now Available

October 01, 2018
There has been a recent surge of interest in involving youth in tobacco control work, and it’s no wonder why: These youth are experts on their community and know what their peers are looking at, listening to, and what issues are important to them.

Behind the Scenes at TCEC: Testing Data Collection Instruments

October 01, 2018
As the statewide evaluation technical assistance provider for California’s tobacco control programs, the Tobacco Control Evaluation Center maintains a database of data collection instruments previously used by local projects. A key piece of this puzzle is screening and selecting instruments for quality.

Survey Says...

October 01, 2018
It seems simple at first—ask a question, get an answer. But there’s a lot more that goes into answering a survey question than you might realize.