Program Evaluation and Integrated Care: When Two Fields Merge, Everyone Wins!
Wednesday, September 23 at 1:00 PM EST
Whether you work as a clinician or administrator, many of us are being asked to incorporate program evaluation into regular practice. This webinar will examine the opportunities the field of program evaluation can afford your integration efforts. It is intended for a beginner-intermediate audience, who may not have any previous experience with program evaluation. By the end of the webinar, participants will:
- Understand the basic structure of program evaluation (formative evaluation, summative evaluation) and the utility and importance of process measures, outcomes measure and impact measures; and be able to give examples of measures for each.
- Be able to describe similarities and differences of program evaluation, experimental research and quality improvement.
- Be able to take offered resources to begin to layout and execute their own plan to evaluate their integration programs.
|Beth A. Nolan, Ph.D. works for Positive Approach to Care (PAC), a training and advocacy organization offering techniques used by professionals and families working or living with dementia or other brain changes. Dr. Nolan received her PhD in applied gerontology from the University of Kansas, holds masters degrees in Human Development and Applied Behavior Analysis, and completed her post-doctoral training at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA. Formerly an Assistant Professor of Public Health and the Senior Associate Director for the Evaluation Institute at the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public Health, Dr. Nolan now services as a mentor Coach and Director of Research at PAC. She has combined the fields of applied behavioral analysis, program evaluation, and implementation science to promote uptake, establishment, and maintenance of evidence-supported programs for integrated care, dental medicine, and most importantly, senior living culture change.
September's webinar is sponsored by CFHA's Research and Evaluation Committee.
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