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Canadian Evaluation Society 2017 Conference

The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) 2017 Conference, to be held in Vancouver, will focus on innovation, action, and reflection. The latest methods and approaches evaluators are applying in a wide range of contexts will be explored, including the ways in which evaluators are incorporating reflection into practice.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Facing Forward: Innovation, Action, and Reflection”, a theme meant to engage both internal and external evaluators in exploring the different ways to think about their role and how they conduct evaluations. The new and emerging demands faced by evaluators in an era of social media, economic challenges, systems thinking, globalization, and other emerging trends will be discussed.

For information about the keynote speakers and plenary panelists, please visit the CES 2017 website. CHÉOS is a Silver Sponsor of this year’s event.

Upcoming Events

Jun
9
Fri
PHCRI Research Day 2017
Jun 9 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Jun
13
Tue
Workshop: Methods for Observational Studies: Planning the Analysis
Jun 13 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

This workshop is part of C2E2’s Educational Series.

Course Overview

  • Applying the analytical framework to observational studies

  • Developing a dataset creation protocol

  • Planning the analysis of observational data

Course Faculty

  • Lisa Kuramoto, MSc, Senior Statistician, C2E2, VCHRI

  • Boris Sobolev, PhD, Professor, School of Population & Public Health, UBC Senior Scientist, C2E2, VCHRI

Fee

  • $60 (Early Bird: $35 until February 1; Students: $35)

For more information, please contact Meghan Donaldson at meghan.donaldson@ubc.ca.

Register at http://www.c2e2.ca/educationalseries2017.

Jun
15
Thu
PHC Knowledge Translation Community of Practice
Jun 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Emily Jenkins, Assistant Professor, UBC School of Nursing will share findings from the Social Networking App for Resilience Study (SONAR), a community-based KT project aimed at promoting adolescent mental health in a rural BC community. This study informed the CollaboraKTion Framework for community-based KT; a process that guides the development, implementation, and evaluation of evidence- based, contextually responsive initiatives aimed at enhancing population-level health outcomes.

For more information, see the event poster.

Health research in the heart of Vancouver