November 17, 2011
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
OISE, 252 Bloor Street West, Room 4422
This workshop is designed for ACHIEVE Fellows, Faculty and Partners.
Development Evaluation supports the development of innovative solutions to highly complex problems. It is best suited to situations where there is uncertainty of the correct solution, and solutions are being developed through an iterative process of generation, testing, and selection. Developmental Evaluation incorporates rigor and intentionality to the development of social innovations.
This workshop is offered through the ACHIEVE Research Partnership (“Action for Health Equity
Interventions”). ACHIEVE is a CIHR-funded Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research. ACHIEVE supports Post-Doctoral Research Fellows in building community-research partnerships and new research skills to plan and assess complex interventions.
For more information about ACHIEVE visit http://www.crich.ca/education.php.
To register for this workshop, contact Alix Holtby at HoltbyA@smh.ca, (416) 864-6060 x77468. Space is limited. Please register early.