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Accountability to Communities in Humanitarian Work

AEA conference presentation framing roundtable discussion, drawing upon key lessons from the field with accountability to communities. Presenters included Kristin Helz with American Red Cross, Mununuri Musori with International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), and...

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Evaluating Resilience: Partnering to Measure Complexity

Given the increased attention to resilience-strengthening in international humanitarian and development work, there has been concurrent interest in its measurement and the overall accountability of “resilience strengthening” initiatives. The literature is reaching beyond the polemic of defining...

AEA Resilience Session Denver AEA - 10-2014.pdf

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Eval10 Session 896: First Responder Immediate Psychological Trauma: How Are We Helping? A Meta-analysis

This meta-analysis examines the effects of Psychological Debriefing on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and related symptoms reported by First Responders (e.g., firefighters, police, and emergency medical technicians). Psychological Debriefings are meetings held to help ameliorate emotional...


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Eval11 Session 618: Evaluating Behavioral Health Collaboratives: Finding the Value in Process Measures as Well as Outcomes

These presentations offered comprehensive yet practical techniques to anyone who is currently engaged in or about to be engaged in evaluating a collaborative of non-profit service providers that are trying to expand access to behavioral healthcare services across a network. The presentations...


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Eval11 Session 219: Network Analysis Based Methods for Assessing Coordination in Exercises

Previous failures in effective, large-scale disaster response (e.g., Hurricane Katrina) can often be traced to failures in effective coordination. As evidenced in after action reports, however, assessments of coordination performance are still largely anecdotal in nature. Network analysis was...

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Eval11 Session 927: Triangulating a Three-legged stool: Self- and Other- Assessments of the Three Components of the North Carolina Public Health Preparedness System

Preparedness for and response to disasters has become a core responsibility of public health agencies. In North Carolina, public health preparedness is coordinated and carried out by three levels of actors: the NC Division of Public Health, 85 local health departments, and a set of intermediate...

Easterling & Brogden - Public Health Preparedness - AEA 2011.ppt

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Eval11 Session 219: What can one case tell about the value of federal disaster recovery policy for elementary and secondary education?

The case of the Galveston Independent School District's recovery after Hurricane Ike was reviewed in this AEA 2011 presentation to investigate the local evaluation as a starting point for an evidence base giving voice to the school administrators, teachers, students and families who are the...

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Eval10 Session 807: Conceptualizing and Conducting Quality Peer Reviewed Portfolio Evaluations: Approaches and Lessons Learned From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

In 2002, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a policy requiring external peer review of research portfolios every five years. Six years later, the agency expanded the policy to include the evaluation of scientific programs, which includes research (intramural and...

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Eval10 Session 132: Evaluation and the Complexities of International Financial Assistance Programs - A Look Inside Development

Manuscript and powerpoint presentation of the study: Looking inside development: What the monitoring and evaluation framework designs of foreign-funded urban development projects in Metro Manila, Philippines reveal? #2010Conference #ResearchonEvaluation #TeachingofEvaluation ...

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The Maturing of Homeland Security: time for Management System Standards

Conference presentation Saturday 10:55am #DisasterandEmergencyManagementEvaluation #2010Conference