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A-TrACC Field Guide Suggestions for Collecting and Reporting HRSA BHPr Performance Measures

This Field Guide was created by A-TrACC to foster data collection from the perspective of AHEC center staff. The sample forms and associated guidelines gather all field data needed from participants, students and AHEC staff to meet the requirements of the current BHPr Performance Measures. They also include some pertinent additional information not required by HRSA but useful/important to implementing an activity/rotation/program and documenting AHEC outcomes. Those items are highlighted gray in the documents.

AHEC Centers and Programs are free to adapt and use these forms to meet their specific needs. Their use is not required by HRSA. For a Word version of these forms, email

A-TrACC Field Guide Suggestions (PDF - 657 KB)

A-TrACC has developed Excel spreadsheets that center staff can use to organize and aggregate data collected with the A-TrACC Field Guide forms. These also can be adapted and revised to meet your center or program's specific needs. For the HCPP, CBSE and CE/PES Field Guide Spreadsheets, email

For guidance regarding performance measure requirements, tables and definitions, contact your HRSA Project Officer or refer to the current version of the Performance Report for Grants and Cooperative Agreements manual posted on the HRSA website.

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