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Evaluation webinar series

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Evaluation webinar series

May 8 @ 12:00 pm - May 15 @ 12:45 pm


Evaluation is a key aspect to consider when implementing health promotion programs in the community. It helps to assess if an intervention achieved its goals, informs how to improve current or future activities, collects information to support reporting requirements, and supports future funding opportunities. It is also a vital part of successful grant programs.

This two-part, 45-minute, lunchtime webinar series will provide an overview of evaluation for health programs in WA; how to evaluate project activities, data collection and translation methods, how to mitigate any challenges that arise, and practical tips to support your evaluation activities.

Who should attend?

These webinars are suitable for early career health promotion officers or anyone seeking an update on the evaluation concepts in the public health context.

Webinar 1: Setting the scene for evaluation

12pm-12:45pm AWST, May 8th 2024

  • Role of evaluation
  • Importance of evaluation
  • Types of evaluation
  • Evaluation framework development
  • Examples of project outcome, impact, and process objectives

Register for Webinar One here

Webinar 2: How can I effectively evaluate my project?

12pm-12:45pm AWST, May 15th 2024

  • How do we collect the information that we need?
  • Cultural, health literacy, and timing considerations
  • How to design an effective survey
  • Mitigating evaluation challenges
  • Evaluate community health promotion activities, events, and awareness-raising activities.
  • How to best use and share your evaluation results.

Register for Webinar Two here


May 8 @ 12:00 pm
May 15 @ 12:45 pm
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