RAPS - Student level outcomes of a positive youth development intervention to put public health data into action
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The Risk/Resiliency Assessment Project for Students (RAPS) uses a positive youth development approach to engage students directly in the analysis and reporting of their school’s 2011 NM-YRRS data. Participants were 35 high school students from two Albuquerque area high schools who attended a day-long project retreat. Survey metrics included pre/post tests for critical health literacy, participant sense of community engagement, and pre/post assessment of student self-efficacy and civic attitudes. Survey items were derived from The Measure of Service Learning: Research Scales to Assess Student Experiences.
Penaloza, Linda; Christina Murray-Krezan; Courtney FitzGerald; and Jose Canaca. "RAPS - Student level outcomes of a positive youth development intervention to put public health data into action." (2011). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/prc-posters-presentations/7