Part 1: Introduction to Evaluation for Substance Use Prevention Professionals

 

New England PTTC Webinar Series: Evaluation for Substance Use Prevention Professionals

 

Part 1: Introduction to Evaluation for Substance Use Prevention Professionals

Prevention funding often requires program evaluation to demonstrate impacts, successes, challenges, opportunities, and efficiencies. However, conducting an evaluation is a science with many steps along the way. Join Public Consulting Group (PCG) on December 2 at 1:00pm for an introduction to evaluation for substance use prevention professionals, the first of a four-part series to learn about the evaluation process from why evaluation is important to how to design and conduct an evaluation, and ultimately, how to use your findings to make data-driven decisions for your program.

 

Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify reasons why program evaluation is important
  2. Explore common concerns about evaluation
  3. Learn when and how to decide to hire an expert
  4. Learn how to build the basis of an evaluation (Theory of Change & Logic Model)is culturally responsive and sets up sustainable continuous quality improvement

 

This is the first of a four part series by PCG on evaluation for substance use prevention professionals. Each session will focus on a different aspect of evaluation and will center around providing knowledge and skills to help prevention professionals better understand this important element of our work.

 

About the Presenters:

Megan Hawkes, MPH, Research Supervisor, and Kim Magoon, MS, Research Analyst at Public Consulting Group are the lead evaluators for the New England PTTC, as well as several other prevention and human services projects in New England and around the country.

Megan Hawkes and Kim Magoon

 

RECORDED WEBINARS AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND

 

Starts: Dec. 2, 2020 1:00 pm
Ends: Dec. 2, 2020 2:00 pm
Timezone:
US/Eastern
Registration Deadline
December 1, 2020
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