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GYT Evaluation Toolkit

Does GYT work? How can you measure the effects of GYT?

To make it easier for you, guidelines and surveys have been developed to help evaluate the GYT campaign at your participating health center, clinic, campus, or organization.

The survey documents are provided in a Word document so that your organization can adapt and make changes as needed. For example, if you wish to collect more data, questions can be added, or instructions can be included.

Each survey is paired with an Excel spreadsheet so you can automatically enter data without creating your own spreadsheet. If your organization is unable to conduct a survey, other potential ways that you can assess or evaluate the GYT campaign can be found in the ”Assessment Guidelines.”

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Assessment Guidelines 
Overview of the evaluation tools - includes instructions and contact information for additional assistance.

Patient Survey 
This survey is designed for use in your health center/clinic. Ideally, the questionnaire should be given while the patient is waiting to see a healthcare provider.

College/University Health Survey 
This survey is designed for use in your college or university student health center or for during an STD testing event. Ideally, the questionnaire should be given while the patient is waiting to see a healthcare provider.

General Public Survey 
This questionnaire is designed to target any audience and assess the general impact/awareness of GYT's campaign messages.

 
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