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Wednesday, May 08, 20199:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Does anyone know about the great work you are doing? A key to successful public health initiatives is evaluation planning and information dissemination– knowing where you started, the progress you have made, and sharing results with others. This informative session will describe 1) the types of program evaluation results that are present at different stages of program implementation and 2) how to bring your stakeholders and decisions makers along for the journey. Communicating our results is essential for fact-based program and policy decisions and further investments in public health programs.
- Identify the required components of the DNPAO evaluation and performance monitoring approach and the process for finalizing performance measures and evaluation plans.
- Determine effective approaches to PSE evaluation.
- Recognize appropriations and authorization processes.
- Identify helpful resources on communicating with the public and decision makers.
- Articulate the value of sharing information about public health interventions that work.
- David Hoffman DPS, CCE Clinical Professor, University of Albany School of Public Health
- Anu Pejavara MPH Lead Behavioral Scientist, DNPAO, CDC
Janelle Gunn, MPH, RD, Associate Director, Office of Policy, Partnerships and Communications, DNPAO, CDC
- GUNN: Got Results? Using Your Program Story and Evaluation Data to Communicate to Stakeholders and Decision Makers
- COMMUNICATING WITH STAKEHOLDERS, DECISION MAKERS, AND POLICYMAKERS
- PEJAVARA: Got Results? Using your Program Story and Evaluation Data to Communicate to Stakeholders and Decision Makers