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Using the Quality Implementation Tool as a Framework for Process Evaluation: Going Beyond Fidelity

Slides for Using the Quality Implementation Tool as a Framework for Process Evaluation: Going Beyond Fidelity talk in Session: Quality Implementation and Evaluation of Evidence-based Interventions #QualityImplementationTool #ImplementationScience #GettingToOutcomes

final AEA QIT for Process Eval 10-15-13.pdf



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Eval12 Session 303: Monitoring and Evaluation Standards for Health Development Organizations - Jhpiego, JHU

These documents describe and present a tool to assess an organization's monitoring and evaluation standards

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Focus Search - Use  An M&E Standards Tool presents the 9 standards and 34 verification criteria in a user-friendly format.  The Tool and a related process guide will assist country teams to identify gaps in M&E and develop action plans to strengthen program and country M&E



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Eval 2014: Building the capacity of ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) in Bauchi and Sokoto states Northern Nigeria in outcome monitoring of MNCH/FP/RH interventions using the LQAS technique

The focus of most projects is on internal information needs, and satisfying funding agencies’ needs excluding the MDAs responsible for providing strategic oversight as well as funding and implementing health interventions

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Focus Search - LQAS originated from industrial sector as quality control method and has been adapted to public health and other sectors due to its: • Ease of use • Small sample size • Flexibility as both a monitoring and evaluation tool • Participatory approach • Cost effectiveness • Availability of information at the lowest level • Good alternative to other sampling methods Background • Increased resource allocation and political commitment for health • Adopted for outcome monitoring of state performance pending the DHS • Triangulation with cluster sample surveys such as the DHS and social audit shows no major difference between some results • Carried out twice with MDAs participation with plans for a 3rd in 2015 • Sharing survey costs with state increases ownership and participation • Creating a pool of trained personnel at community level reduces cost and saves time during future surveys • Learning experience is enriched by pairing of local health authorities with experienced data collectors • Setting up of state committee working side-by-side with TSHIP staff builds trust between implementing partner and key stake holders • Low statistical precision • Not intended to measure incremental change over time Other applications of LQAS: Education, Agriculture, Democracy and Governance etc





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Eval11 Poster 5: The Winston Salem-Forsyth County (NC) Schools/University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Teacher Residency Program Evaluation

The Project ENRICH (Educational Network for Renewal, Innovation, Collaboration and Help) is a partnership between UNCG and Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools for the 'purpose of simultaneous improvement of teacher education and PK-12 education.' The Teacher Residency Program is a key...

ENRICH Residency Program Poster Handouts.pdf