Measuring What Matters: Evaluating Evidence-Based Programs
Effective evaluation is a systematic way to improve evidence-based programs and increase accountability. In order to develop and expand an enduring MCH program and assess a program’s ability to achieve desired outcomes, a comprehensive and adaptable evaluation plan should be built into the design of an evidence-program at the outset. This learning opportunity provides hands-on experience to take the next step in utilizing evaluation tools and developing strong measures to assess the impact of implemented evidence-based programs.
- Apply and use the Results Based Accountability Framework to advance the development of performance and population measures.
- Increase capacity in developing a program’s logic model as a tool to advance a program’s evaluation plan.
- Increase capacity in employing equitable data collection methods that advance program evaluation.