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Session 120 - Insights from Rapid Evaluations: Improving School Programs for Better Results

#asthma #HealthEvaluation #2009Conference #Collaborative,ParticipatoryandEmpowermentEval #Rapid-evaluation #Evaluation2009 #school-based

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Focus Search - Resource restrictions impede outcomes Competing priorities Asthma only one health issue for nurses and schools * Worthwhile approach for program improvement Feedback for change is timely and relevant Can answer important research questions before program changes are made Stakeholder involvement explains contextual factors that aid in interpretation Minimizes defensiveness in interpreting results Evaluation data belongs to stakeholders and creates a platform for change Evaluation is high in utility and feasibility * Would more robust evaluabilty assessment improve rapid evaluations?