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Health Services Monitoring and Evaluation

This course provides hands-on, project-based instruction on the concepts, processes and tools for monitoring and evaluating health services and programs.

It covers:

  • engaging stakeholders
  •  developing evaluation and monitoring questions
  •  theories of change and logic models
  •  selecting indicators and data collection methods and tools
  •  reporting; and ethics and quality assurance in monitoring and evaluation

By the end of the course, students will have developed an evaluation of a health service or program of their choice in order to make recommendations for improvements and facilitate decision-making in their organization.

We will explore a variety of monitoring and evaluation approaches and discuss standards of practice, ethical considerations, and continuous learning in monitoring and evaluation. Special topics on cultural competencies will also be covered.

Registration is required

11 January, 2021 to 4 April, 2021