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PHDA 06 Health Services Program Monitoring and Evaluation

Dates: Sept 5 to Dec 3, 2017
Venue: Fully online course

Offered through University of Victoria, Continuing Studies and Population Data BC, this is a practical course designed to provide the skills and knowledge you need to effectively conduct or manage project/program evaluations. Whether you are responsible for doing evaluations or managing evaluation staff or consultants, this course provides a very practice-based opportunity to learn the basic concepts and principles of monitoring and evaluating health service projects and programs. 

Learn valuable skills to:

  • Develop a monitoring and evaluation plan that engages stakeholders; uses culturally appropriate, reliable and valid data collection tools; and facilitates use.
  • Differentiate monitoring and evaluation approaches and uses and identify considerations that influence the choice of approach.
  • Describe the role of theory in monitoring and evaluation and identify a theoretical basis for your evaluation plan.
  • Apply evaluation competencies and standards and appreciate ethical considerations throughout the monitoring and evaluation process.

By the end of the course, students will have developed an evaluation plan for a health service or program of their choice.

Registration Deadline is August 18, 2017.

All details at: https://www.popdata.bc.ca/etu/PHDA/courses/06

Where: 
Fully online course
Date: 
5 September, 2017