The Development and Application of the RAND Program Classification Tool
The RAND Program Classification Tool is an instrument containing questions and response options across eight key domains that allows for the consistent description of programs in the same content area. Such data can help program portfolio managers compare programs, avoid duplication, and target technical assistance. Developed for psychological health and traumatic brain injury programs, the tool has broader applicability to other content areas.
Subjects: Psychology, Management & Organizational Behavior, Health Sciences
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