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Presented at the 21st Annual Research Conference
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Session Number: 3000 Room: Meeting Room 9
Presenting: Katrina Bledsoe; Eileene Chappelle; Jeannette Truxillo; Becca Sanders
All Authors for this paper: Katrina Bledsoe; Eileene Chappelle; Jeannette Truxillo; Becca Sanders; Stacey Lee
Synopsis: The purpose of this session is to share information and insight on the importance of and strategies for engaging and involving multiple stakeholders in the interpretation and dissemination of system of care evaluation data. As a result of this discussion, evaluators and community stakeholders, including families and youth, will learn how to collaborate together as partners in all phases of program evaluation, particularly for interpreting and disseminating evaluation data in the most meaningful way. A panel of experienced community representatives from two system of care communities (Phase IV and V) will present on how they have successfully involved stakeholders in evaluation activities and effectively incorporated diverse perspectives in all phases of program evaluation.
Date: Monday, February 25, 2008
Session Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM