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This presentation will share the findings of 10 Action Research projects that demonstrate effective strategies to strengthen evaluation capacity building (ECB) in Ontario Public Health Units (PHUs). As part of an ongoing Locally Driven Collaborative Project (LDCP), 10 PHUs were recruited by the research team to test promising evaluation capacity building strategies within their units. This session will share the results and explore the benefits of using an Action Research approach.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Define action research and distinguish it from other types of research.
- Describe 10 successful ECB projects that used an action research methodology.
- Identify key facilitators to implementing successful Evaluation Capacity Building initiatives
Presenter: Louise Simmons
Louise Simmons holds a M.Sc. in Sciences de l’activité physique from the Université de Montréal. She is the Manager, Foundational Standards at the Eastern Ontario Health Unit and has been the Project Lead for the Locally Driven Collaborative Project focused on Evaluation Capacity Building since 2014.
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