Recent HHI Evaluation Projects

Projects 2018-2019

  • Project 1: Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP): Provider Strategies to Engage Women in Screening (Summary)
  • Project 2: Summary of Neighbor Island and rural cancer survivors’ needs and challenges (Summary)
  • Project 3: Leveraging Health Information Technology to Identify Undiagnosed (Pre)Diabetes from a Large Health System’s Population Health Management Tool: A Case Study from Hawaiʻi (Summary)
  • Project 4: Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Bay Clinic (Summary)
  • Project 5: HHIC Data Analysis on Youth and Chronic Disease (Appendix) (Supplemental Table)
  • Project 6: Prevent Diabetes Hawai‘i Communications Campaign (Summary)
  • Project 7: Safety and Wellness Survey (SAWS) Validation Project (Summary)
  • Project 8: Community Health Workers (CHWs) 
  • Project 9: Early Childhood Care and Education (ECE) Evaluation Project (Summary)
  • Project 10: CDC 1815 Planning 
  • Project 11: Key Informant Perspectives on Disparities in Exclusive Breastfeeding in Hawai‘i (Summary
  • Project 12: Breastfeeding Community Resources in Hawai‘i: Gaps and Needs (Summary
  • Project 13: Research Grant to Complement and Further Support State’s Ongoing Programs to Improve Health Information Technology (Under Review) 
  • Project 14: Choose Healthy Now communications campaign (Summary)
  • Project 15: Prevalence of Obesity Among Hospitalized Children, Adolescents and Young Adults (Summary)
  • Project 16: Flavored Tobacco Policy Evaluation (Summary)
  • Supplemental: Hawai‘i Cancer Survivors’ Needs and Challenges Survey Brief Report (Summary)

Projects 2017-2018

  • Project 1: Evaluation of the Kailua Wayfinding Signage Demonstration Project (Summary)
  • Project 2: Evaluation of Choose Healthy Now Implementation in 7-Eleven Hawai‘i (Summary)
  • Project 3: Procurement Analysis of Fruits and Vegetables in Hawaiʻi’s School Cafeterias (Summary)
  • Project 4: Developing Wellness Guidelines for Nutrition and Physical Activity in Hawaiʻi’s Early Care and Education Settings (Summary) (Wellness Guidelines)
  • Project 5: Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Community Coalitions - Built Environment & Physical Activity Data Briefs (Summary Hawaiʻi County) (Summary Maui County) (Summary Kauai County)
  • Project 6: Data Highlights from the Hawai‘i Youth Risk Behavior Survey: Links Between Academic Achievement and Health Behaviors (Summary)
  • Project 7: Uniform Data System Measures in Community Health Centers in Hawai‘i: Documenting Challenges and Opportunities (Summary)
  • Project 8: Community Health Workers in Hawaiʻi: A scoping review and framework analysis of existing evidence (Summary) (Document Library)
  • Project 9: Hawaiʻi Comprehensive Cancer Coalition Stakeholder Satisfaction Evaluation (Summary)
  • Project 10: Do Diabetes Prevention Programs help people to lose weight in Hawaiʻi? (Summary)
  • Project 11: Improving Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support in Hawaiʻi (Summary)
  • Project 12: How Federally Qualified Health Centers in Hawai‘i ‘Bring the Program to Life’: Adaptations to the National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Change Program Curriculum (Summary)
  • Project 13: Hawai‘i Community Health Workers Making an Impact in Their Communities to Combat High Blood Pressure and Prediabetes (Impact Statement) (Summary)
  • Project 14: Formative Factors for a Statewide Tobacco Control Advocacy Infrastructure: Insights from Hawai‘i (Summary)
  • Project 15: Hawai‘i Trains and Utilizes CHWs and Non-Physician Team Members to Decrease High Blood Pressure Through Self-Monitor Blood Pressure Support (Summary)