Monitoring and Evaluating the Impact of Health Programs
July 6 – August 14, 2020 (5 weeks, expect roughly 4 hours per week)
– Self-paced lectures
– Assignments and quizzes
– Weekly 1 hour live session office hours (optional)
Process and impact evaluation is critical to the advancement of public health knowledge, offering insights into what interventions work and why. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to different approaches and methods for conducting scientific and rigorous evaluations of public health programs.
Through self-paced lectures, discussions, and individual work, participants will develop skills to conduct evaluations of public health programs to inform policy. Working in small groups, participants will develop a realistic mixed-methods evaluation plan inclusive of a stakeholder analysis, logic model, study design, indicators and instruments, and dissemination strategy.
PHX provides a 25 percent discount to students, SPH alumni, and BU faculty and staff. We will also offer a 25 percent discount for any resident of upper-middle-income countries, lower-middle-income countries and low-income countries (“LMIC” based on the World Bank Classification).
Individuals registering for more than one paid program at full price will receive a 15 percent discount (use coupon “2ormore”). A 15 percent discount is also offered to organizations sending three or more paid program participants (Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information).
(Please note discounts cannot be combined)