Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection


WIN program evaluation
This evaluation has revealed that WIN has had a great deal of success and that it definitely warrants expansion to include as many elementary schools as possible. As the program expands, it may face more challenges that it did as a pilot project., Acknowledgements -- Executive summary -- Section I: Introduction. 1. Introductory comments. 2. Description of Kinark. 3. Description of WIN -- Section II: The evaluation. 1. Introduction. 2. Goals. 3. Objectives -- Section III: Methodology. 1. Introduction. 2. Background research. 3. Observations. 4. Interviews. 5. Focus group. 6. Written surveys. 7. Reliability of findings. 8. Lessons learned -- Section IV: Findings. 1. Introduction. 2. Staff. 3. Students. 4. Teachers. 5. Case study #1. 6. Case study #2. 7. Case study #3. 8. Case study #4 -- Section V: Recommendations. 1. Introduction. 2. Program. 3. Delivery. 4. Administration. 5. Priorities -- Section V: Concluding remarks -- List of tables. Table 1. Table 2. Table 3. Table 4 -- List of figures. Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3 -- List of appendices., By: Katherine Barron and Heather Walsh., Completed for: Kinark Child an Family Services; Supervising Professor Daniel Powell, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., IDST 422.
changing face of not-for-profit health care
1) Introduction -- 2) Alternative healing -- 3) The changing face of not-for-profit health care -- 4) VON: Now entering its Second Century -- 5) Survey results: Background. Age. Gender. Occupation and income. 1) Use of alternative therapies. 1a) Which therapies have you used or tried? 1b) Frequency of use. 2) Location of service. 2a) Is distance/transportation an obstacle? 2b) Hours/days of availability an obstacle? 3) Was this a pay-per-use type of service? 4) How much did the service cost? 5) Is cost a factor of service usage? 6) Who supplied this service? 7) Reasons for non-use of alt. therapies? 8a) Knowledge of Von's Centre for Health? 8b) Use of VON's Centre for Health? 8c) Request for further knowledge of C for H -- 6) Conclusions/recommendations -- 7) A final note -- 8) Thanks -- 9) Limitations of survey -- 10) Bibliography., Diane C. Graham. --, Prof. Alena Heitlinger, C.C. J 15, Sociology 363, Health & Illness., Includes bibliographic references., SOC 363: Health and illness.
community needs assessment survey
The purpose of this project was to conduct a community needs assessment for the Peterborough Parent-Child Mother Goose Program (PPCMGP). The program offers group experiences in rhyme, song and storytelling to parents and their children (ages birth to twenty-four months), in ten-week sessions., By Theresa McKay. --, Date of project submission: April 2002., CUST 387: Community-Based Research Project.
istory of collaboration
Includes bibliographic references., John Woodall. --, Date of project completion: April 2004., Completed for: Tri-County Community Support Services ; Professor J.E. Struthers, Trent University ; Trent-Centre for Community-Based Education., CAST 381: Community Based Research Project.
report for the Addiction Research Foundation
Introduction -- Summary of findings -- A. What are attitudes about alcohol and drinking related behaviour? -- B. How much and how often do people drink? -- C. What drinking related problems are reported? -- D. What about effort to reduce drinking and related problems? -- E. What are attitudes and knowledge about smoking and the effects of tobacco use? -- F. What are smoking patterns? -- G. What are efforts to reduce or quit smoking? -- Community action/policy implications -- References -- Appendices., Stephanie Paterson. --, Professor Jim Struthers, CAHI 477, April 9, 1998., Includes bibliographic references (p. 24)., CAST 477: Studies in Canadian Social Policy.


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