For several years, the Public Policy Center has collaborated with the City of Lincoln to gather public input on issues important to Lincoln residents. In past years, thousands of Lincoln residents have participated in online surveys and face-to-face conversations that have had a direct impact on decisions made about specific City programs. In 2015, we […]
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Center researchers, working closely with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services – Division of Public Health developed a Brief Evaluation Protocol for use in evaluating public health surveillance systems. Two systems were evaluated during the development of this protocol: the Nebraska State Immunization Information System (NESIIS), and the Adult Tobacco Survey (ATS). Public […]
Abdel-Monem, T., & Hoffman, S. (2015). Evaluation of the Nebraska Adult Tobacco Survey (ATS). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, Public Policy Center. Unpublished report.
Study of the Opportunities for Public Health, Behavioral Health, and Primary Care Integration in Nebraska
Integrating public health, primary care and behavioral health care provides opportunities that can benefit all people in Nebraska. PPC staff members conducted a literature review of promising national practices and performing an environmental scan of innovative integration projects across Nebraska. Staff facilitated workgroup meetings that engaged partners to discuss opportunities and ideas. The workgroup developed […]
Summary of Public Response to 2014 Proposed Rule Change: For the Determination of Fully Appropriated Basins, Subbasins, or Reaches
Shank, N. (2015). Summary of public response to 2014 proposed rule change: For the determination of fully appropriated basins, subbasins, or reaches. Unpublished report.
Prosper Lincoln is an initiative that follows up on the results of Lincoln Vital Signs project reports, which provide a unique and timely opportunity to build conversations and collaborations for addressing community issues in Lincoln. As part of this initiative, the Public Policy Center synthesized data gathered from citywide engagement events that culminated in an […]
Hoffman, S., & Shank, N. (2015). Employee survey results: Department of Natural Resources. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Public Policy Center. Unpublished survey.
DeKraai, M., Hoffman, S., Walther, J., Sutter, H., & Bulling, D. (2015). Nebraska recycling study. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Public Policy Center. Unpublished report.
Hoffman, S. (2015). University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, Joslyn Institute for Sustainable Communities, and University of Nebraska Lincoln Bureau of Sociological Research. Nebraska recycling study. Unpublished report.
The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center conducted an evaluation of the Great Plains Public Health Training Center (GPPHTC), one of the nation’s HRSA-funded, congressionally mandated public health training centers. The evaluation was conducted of the first two years of the GPPHTC’s operations, which was based out of the University of Nebraska Medical Center College […]