Three-part Evaluation 101 webinar series
Dear NCCRT Members:
Please save the following dates for a three part Evaluation 101 Training series: How to evaluate activities intended to increase awareness and use of colorectal cancer screening
Date and Time:
Monday June 23rd — 2:00 – 3:15pm EST
Thursday, July 10th — 2:00 – 3:15pm EST
Wednesday September 3rd – 2:00pm – 3:15pm EST
Description of Event: This three-part webinar series is intended to walk participants through the evaluation process in a step by step, interactive fashion, using the seven evaluation steps laid out in the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable’s Evaluation toolkit. The series will walk participants through: Designing and mapping your program; prioritizing what you need to know; designing your evaluation; creating tools for gathering information; collecting the information; sorting and analyzing the information; and using and sharing the information. While the training explains evaluation by considering how one would evaluate three sample colorectal cancer screening education and outreach programs, it can serve as a good program evaluation tool for programs beyond just those focused on colorectal cancer screening. The evaluation toolkit can be reached here
Audience: This training is specifically geared to assist those who have little to no evaluation experience, but do have a willingness to learn. It is open to NCCCP grantees, CDC CRCCP grantees, NCCRT members and ACS staff.
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