Predicting intermediate outcomes for prevention coalitions: A developmental perspective
Date of Original Version
Longitudinal data from 35 substance abuse prevention coalitions were used to examine whether success in addressing initial coalition developmental tasks predicted intermediate outcomes one year later. Organizational climate, member skill development and coalition linkages predicted key informants' ratings of coalition effects on community norms, policies, and prevention resources. © 2000 Published by Elsevier Science Ltd.
Evaluation and Program Planning
Florin, Paul, Roger Mitchell, John Stevenson, and Ilene Klein. "Predicting intermediate outcomes for prevention coalitions: A developmental perspective." Evaluation and Program Planning 23, 3 (2000): 341-346. doi:10.1016/S0149-7189(00)00022-7.