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Introduction to Evaluation and Public Policy

This session will explain how the public policy process works. It will guide evaluators through the maze of policy processes, such as legislation, regulations, administrative procedures, budgets, re-organizations, and goal setting. It will provide practical advice on how evaluators can become public policy players--how they can get their evaluations noticed and used in the public arena #HowTo #2012Conference #2013Conference #Publicpolicy #2011Conference #policy

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Designing evaluation indicators to assess the impact of policy advocacy in a low-resource setting: experiences from Uganda

POSTER: The Advocacy for Better Health Project is a five-year initiative (June 2014–May 2019) funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) with an estimated budget of US$20 million. The project’s goal is to improve the quality, accessibility, and availability of health and...

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The Pillars of Public Program Evaluation

The article lays out a general struction for developing evaluation as a viable professional field and funciton for the betterment of national policies within South Asia. #public #Asia #DiversityandInclusion #policy #Communications #Communications #South #evaluation #GovernmentEvaluation #InternationalandCross-CulturalEval #program

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Eval11 Poster 161: Performance Management as a tool for Political Prioritization in Local Government

So far, there has been little or no discussion as to how performance management influences political life in local governments. However, especially in local governments there are dilemmas. Given that a well-implemented performance management system creates clear performance indicators at a...

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Eval12 Session 688: Comprehensive Perspectives for State Partnerships (all presentations represented)

In Rhode Island, a coalition in its maintenance stage, an empowerment model was linked with the creation of new policies and expansion of membership to include nonprofessional stakeholders

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Focus Search - Perkins, PhD Scimetrika Contractor National Asthma Control Program American Evaluation Association October 26, 2012 National Center for Environmental Health National Asthma Control Program/Evaluation Technical Assistance We live and die by our partnerships -State Asthma Partner, 10/09/12 Benefits of Partnerships in Chronic Disease Initiatives  Increase presence due to funding and health policy • (Alter and Hage, 1993; Zuckerman, Kaluzny, & Ricketts, 1995)  Greater access to specialized resources • (American College of Chest Physicians, 2006)  Successful at delivering complex ecological approach • Hingson, Zakocs, Winter, Rosenbloom & DeJong, 2005; Snell-Johns et al., 2003, CADCA National Coalition Institute, 2010  Evaluation pivotal to effectiveness and sustainability of chronic disease partnerships • Butterfoss, 2009 UTILITY OF EVALUATION IN PARTNERSHIP Why use evaluation?


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Eval14: What are the characteristics of criteria? Investigating the requirements for defensible evaluation (AEA 2014 Session 10016)

This handout relates to my presentation at AEA 2014. It includes a set of draft ‘criteria for developing criteria’, with particular reference to public sector evaluations. The criteria derive from analysis of a survey completed as the first stage of a broader research project aimed at...

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Eval12 Poster 38: Capacity Building: What works for you?

Abstract: In the current political and economic climate, funding for public health programs and program technical assistance and support services, such as assistance interpreting evaluation data, are diminishing. In order for grantees to continue to perform at a level at which they can...

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