In short, research can guide the development and evaluation of specific prevention and intervention efforts by reveling realistic, interim outcomes and proven approaches that will lead to long term goals. As new knowledge is gained, our ability to use research findings to guide programs will grow.
Building Results Through Community Mobilization: From Wellness Goals to Community Outcomes for Oregon's Children, Youth, and Families
Using the guides, communities mesh research findings with local needs and resources and select locally appropriate strategies and outcomes. Communities also use the