A handful of PDA staff are heading to Chicago tomorrow for the American Evaluation Association’s annual conference. Check out our presentations below. We hope to see you there!
From tragic to magic: Building organizational capacity to produce high-quality data visualizations, reports, and presentations. An ignite presentation by Angie Ficek on Wed, Nov 11 at 5:35pm.
What is going on here? The use of audio recordings and “secret shoppers” to assess program implementation in public health. Presented by Emily Subialka Nowariak, Angie Ficek, and Anne Betzner on Thurs, Nov 12, 2:00-2:45pm.
Novel public health program evaluation: Adaptive tobacco cessation evaluation and dissemination models. Presented by Amy Kerr, Vanessa Kittelson, and Emily Subialka Nowariak, and co-authored by Paula Keller and Marietta Dreher from ClearWay Minnesota on Fri, Nov 13, 3:30-4:15pm.
Part 1: Responsive and relevant evaluation: Using university/community partnerships to prepare exemplary evaluators. Discussion led by Melissa Chapman Haynes on Fri, Nov 13, 3:30-4:15pm.
Part 2: Responsive and relevant evaluation: Using university/community partnerships to prepare exemplary evaluators. “Building university/community partnerships through an interdisciplinary training institute,” presented by Jean A King and Melissa Chapman Haynes on Friday, Nov 13, 4:30 – 5:15 pm.