Presented as part of a panel discussion chaired by Bill Trochim called Gap or Trap? Rethinking Evaluation’s Response to Evidence-Based Programs and the Research-Practice Gap. The evidence-based program (EBP) and translational research (TR) movements are intended to “bridge the research-practice gap” and focus resources on doing “what works” in the “era of accountability.”
AEA2012_Archibald_Mind the Gap.pdf
Presented as part of a panel discussion chaired by Bill Trochim called Gap or Trap? Rethinking Evaluation’s Response to Evidence-Based Programs and the Research-Practice Gap
Eval12Session 742 - Applying the Golden Spike to the Research-Practice Gap.pdf
First 5 Monterey County implemented a longitudinal parent interview evaluation study that allowed evaluators to look at how the relationship between social and economic family characteristics and program and child outcomes changed over one year. The study involved the administration of a parent...
- Narrowing the Gap_handout_final.pdf...
These daily rigors allow little time for reflection or staying cognizant of the relevant academic literature and research practices. This session will describe the unique opportunity for non-profit social service agencies to leverage relationships with public and private research entities to infuse research into their practice and also of equal benefit how agencies are able to use their practice to guide research
- Handout_AEA Session 1724 Blank Practice to Research
We present how a combination of methods grounded in evaluation practice inform strategic planning for biomedical research programs managed by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Common Fund
Using Eval Tools Methods Thinking in Planning_AEA 10-29-2016.pdf
The panelist will share experiences and reflect on the possibilities of using Outcome Mapping enriched internal evaluation practices in Los Angeles, California middle school environments that serve low-income, gifted, and English language learner students
Session Description: We will be focusing on the evaluating efforts associated with the process of moving from pilot or demonstration projects into widespread practice
The mission of the Practice Research Network is to build an infrastructure linking investigators at The University of Maryland, Baltimore, Department of Psychiatry with the public mental health system through an innovative approach to nurturing the development of activities that reflect the value of a collaborative and participatory approach to research
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This presentation examines implications of utilizing invalid constructs of race within research and evaluation. #construct #antiracist #practical #research #racism #antiracism #applied #isms #Race #2010Conference #MultiethnicIssuesinEvaluation
Construct Validity of Race 2010 AEA Presentation.pdf
Evaluation or assessment of scientific work in universities and other research organizations has traditionally been organised around the peer review system with its almost jury-like functionality and a history of more than 300 years. The classic tradition looked only at the output or the product...
AEA paper 2009 Peer reviuew and dialogue.doc