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Eval16_Using Evaluation Tools, Methods, and Thinking in Planning NIH Common Fund Programs

Biomedical research programs address questions vital to expanding knowledge and improving health, but are resource intensive. Therefore, careful consideration of the existing research environment during program planning is needed. We present how a combination of methods grounded in evaluation...

Using Eval Tools Methods Thinking in Planning_AEA 10-29-2016.pdf

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Practice to Research: Shifting the Paradigm to Partner with Local Universities and Research Institutions

Eval 2016 Session: Human Service personnel are often focused on the necessity of attending to funder and regulatory requirements and the immediate need of serving their clients. These daily rigors allow little time for reflection or staying cognizant of the relevant academic literature and...

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Eval13: Multipaper Session 6 - Developing a Shared Understanding of Broadening Participation Research

Presentation at AEA 2013 - Multipaper Session 6; Session Title: Evaluation Design Considerations for Vulnerable Populations; Sponsored by the Disabilities and Other Vulnerable Populations; Wednesday, Oct 16, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM #BroadeningParticipationResearch #2013Conference ...

2013-10-16_RDESP BPR AEA presentation FINAL.pdf

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Digital Pile Sorts: An Engaging Way to Assess Domain Understanding

This is the PowerPoint for a workshop at AEA 2013. Note that there are two Flash files that need to be in the same folder as the PP if you wish to see the demonstrations. There is also a very selective bibliography with some annotations. #evaluationmethods #2013Institute ...

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Pencil Versus Keyboard: An Assessment of Alternative Methods for Evaluating Social Services Outcomes

For a number of years, the United Way of Greater Houston (UWGH) has facilitated affinity groups of agencies in the same services field to evaluate common outcomes. Among these affinity groups have been those providing services to victims of domestic and sexual violence (six agencies with about...

Pencil Versus Keyboard_CMedits.pptx

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Eval12 Session 742: Applying the 'Golden Spike' to the Research-Practice Gap

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. There is a continued need to find mechanisms that enable a better connection between knowledge generation and...

Eval12Session 742 - Applying the Golden Spike to the Research-Practice Gap.pdf