You’ve spent days, weeks or even months developing a P2 process for your client. You’ve facilitated the meetings, run the exercises, put to use your wide range of tools and techniques and gathered the input … but then what? How well did it work, and how do you find that out?
Dr Julia Abelson of McMaster University in Ontario is one of the leaders in the field of P2 evaluation and a project she led to develop an evaluation tool received the 2014 IAP2 Canada Core Values Award for Research Project of the Year.
She and Geoff Wilson of the Capital District Health Authority in Nova Scotia led a pan-Canadian project to develop the Patient and Public Engagement Evaluation Tool, which is adaptable to a variety of P2 projects.
Joining them will be Michael Quinn Patton and Charmagne Campbell-Patton of Minnesota-based Utilization-Focused Evaluation.
Evaluation typically involves following up with participants to assess a P2 process after it is over. But real time, embedded evaluation during the P2 process can support improving and developing the process while it is underway and thereby enhance both the process and the results.
Michael and Charmagne will describe embedded developmental evaluation and offer a P2 example.
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