CERHCenter for Environmental and Rural Health (Texas A&M University)
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Each health education modules was developed in consultation with CERH researchers that have experience in the focus area addressed by the module.
CERH staff observed the administration of the module and assessments during the pilot-testing and held a training meeting following the observation to discuss any changes that promotoras felt needed to be made after administering the module and assessments for the first time.
This assessment was developed in English and translated to Spanish by CERH staff members using the same process described above for the development of modules.
Briefly, in 1999, the CERH, the CHUD, and the South Texas Promotora Association worked together to develop and implement a pilot program that would use research, education, and outreach in the evaluation of sustainable environmental health in the colonias.