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

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 strengthening our ability, as professional evaluators, to deliver evaluative conclusions that are warranted


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Introduction to Evaluation and Public Policy

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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The Pillars of Public Program Evaluation

This is the lead article in "Evaluation South Asia," the first professional evaluaiton journal for all countries in South Asia, published in 2008. 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 Session 956: Valuing Stakeholders and Integrating Multi-Method Findings in Public Health Evaluations

This roundtable presentation provides an example of a recent mixed-methods community needs assessment that was conducted in order to identify the current resources and barriers to sexual and reproductive health services for young women. This assessment included various stakeholders such as...

Valuing Stakeholders and Integrating Multi-Method Findings in Public Health Evaluations.pdf

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

PATH includes robust monitoring and evaluation in every effort. To that end, the Advocacy for Better Health team needed an evidence based approach to evaluate progress toward project goals

Designing evaluation indicators to assess the impact of policy.pdf

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Eval13 Poster 44: Looking Long-Term: How to Utilize a Decade of Applied Epidemiology Fellowship to Evaluate Effectiveness (2013 Poster)

Poster presentation from the 2013 AEA Conference on the use of extensive data on a 10 year fellowship program. #2013Conference #publichealth #fellowship

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Focus Search - Looking Long-Term: How to Utilize a Decade of Applied Epidemiology Fellowship Data to Evaluate Effectiveness Virginia Dick, PhD—Evaluation Coordinator and Amanda Masters, MPH—Director of Workforce Development Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, Atlanta, GA Background The CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship (AEF) was created in 2003 to strengthen the workforce in ap- plied epidemiology at state and local health agencies

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Bringing Funders, Researchers/Evaluators, and Practitioners Together to Achieve Outcomes: The Interactive Systems Framework (ISF) for Dissemination and Implementation Slides from SI10

Session Description: If we are to achieve better outcomes in public health, education, and other social programs, we need new models and frameworks for planning, implementing, and evaluating evidence-based approaches

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Eval12 Session 694: The Choices We Make: Upping the Ante, or It's Hard to See Racism When You're White

Presentation Abstract: This Presidential Strand session is designed as an hour and half session designed to challenge evaluation practitioners to consider the meaningfulness of our work is a world than is growing increasing complex along ‘racial, ethnic, class, religious, economic and other socio-political lines’. The ‘racial fault-line’ is perhaps the most complex (and sensitive) of these to address constructively in a professional evaluation setting dedicated as we are to gathering and analyzing data to inform policies, practices and programs to shape a better society

The Choices We Make.10-26-2012.NotesEmbedded.pptx