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CHNET-Works! Fireside Chat: Measuring the Effectiveness of Partnerships

May 25, 2012

You are invited to a Fireside Chat (FREE pan-Canadian discussion for professionals in population health and related sectors.)
Participants join in via telephone and internet - no registration fees, no travel costs, no green house gas emissions.

Measuring the Effectiveness of Partnerships

May 25, 01:00 - 02:30pm EDT

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Working in partnerships has become the norm in health promotion however do we really know if we are working effectively and making a difference? What tools should we use? What are the benefits of building evaluation into our planning cycles and how can the results be used to strengthen our partnerships and our impact?

This fireside chat will answer these questions and more by reviewing key approaches to evaluating health promotion partnerships and describing existing tools that can be used to gather information on partnership functioning.

The benefits of evaluation and lessons learned will be explored through two case examples of substance misuse prevention partnerships in Ontario.

Participants will also have an opportunity to share their experiences with partnership evaluation and identify ways to overcome common barriers to implementation at a community level.

Advisors on Tap:
Dianne Coppolla
HC Link

Vanessa Trumpickas
Co-Chair, Ontario Safer Bars Network
Health Promotion Specialist
Hamilton Public Health Services

Tom Martin
Co-Chair, Ontario Safer Bars Network
Health Promotion Officer
Peel Region Public Health