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Using evidence to inform evaluation plans

This seminar will look at using existing evidence to inform your programme.
When Mar 07, 2018
from 09:45 AM to 12:15 PM
Where Resource for London, 354 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
Contact Name
Contact Phone 020 7620 4862
Attendees those interested in measurement and evaluation, and data.
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Before making your own plans for evaluation, it is helpful to know what evidence already exists about similar programmes and interventions. This will help you determine what questions you need to answer, and you may find you don’t need to collect as much new data as you thought. This seminar will look at using existing evidence to inform your programme, taking you through:

  • Why existing evidence is useful
  • How you can go about finding it
  • Case studies from organisations who are seeing the benefits

This event is part of the Leading Impact series of events. Other events in the series are:

Planning an impact focused campaign, 30 January 2018
Getting started with service user involvement, 7 February 2018
Using evidence to inform evaluation plans, 7 March 2018
Data visualisation: What’s it all about?, 22 March 2018
How to use your impact data, 18 April 2018

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