Register now for ‘Meaningful Engagement: Methods for Facilitating Continuous Improvement and Evaluation’ workshop on May 17

| May 13, 2019

FLAGSTAFF — Register now for “Meaningful Engagement: Methods for Facilitating Continuous Improvement and Evaluation,” to be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, May 17 at the Flagstaff Aquaplex, 1702 N. 4th St. Flagstaff.

The primary focus of this workshop will be to offer tools for effective communication / partnership development, stakeholder engagement, facilitation methods, and applied evaluation techniques.  This workshop provides attendees with skills for designing and improving community programs with an emphasis on engaging team members and partners to conduct effective evaluation, move projects forward and achieve meaningful results.

Sessions include: 

Measuring the Impact of Coalition, presented by Virginia Watahomigie, executive director of the Coconino Coaltion for Children & Youth — The Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth exists to provide leadership in developing community-wide strategies that enhance the well-being of children and youth in Coconino County. How do you measure that when there is no direct service? Even more importantly, how do you do that easily with little staff and resources? How have visible outcomes helped, not only support the mission and help give a framework and understanding of the impact CCC&Y has, but additionally help inspire continued growth and support from the community?

Other sessions include:

Enhancing Program Evaluation with College Student Interns: Experience of Diné College’s Summer Research Enhancement Program presented by Mark C. Bauer, PhD; How a Balanced Scorecard Approach Can Help Provide a Snapshot of Your Organization’s Health presented by Amanda Guay, MPH; Utilizing Research to Gain Funding presented by Marney Babbitt M.Ed.; Designing a research project with the intent to publish: A case study presented by Molly Larson-Wakeman, PharmD, MHS; Establishing a collaborative organizational culture presented by Robert Trotter, II, PhD.

View the Agenda HERE.

This is a FREE event and includes lunch. Register HERE.

Sponsored by the Arizona Department of Health Services — Arizona Biomedical Research Center, Northern Arizona University Center for Health Equity Research and North Country HealthCare Northern Arizona Area Health Education Center.

With questions about access or to request any disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in this event, please contact Amy at or 928-523-9104

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