- » Conference Calendar
- » 14th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect: Gateways to Prevention
- » Conference Program
- » Presentations Abstracts
- » Using Participatory Methods to Address the Challenges of Program Evaluation (Roundtable 4)
Using Participatory Methods to Address the Challenges of Program Evaluation (Roundtable 4)
Many prevention programs find it difficult to use evaluation as a tool for documenting program successes and improving quality. This Roundtable session will introduce the principles of participatory research, which offers a promising approach for addressing evaluation challenges. Discussion leaders, as well as participants, will engage in a discussion on the challenges of prevention evaluation. The goal of the session is to empower participants with innovative strategies for solving their current evaluation challenges, as well as to provide them with the skills and knowledge to adopt a more participatory approach in their own work.
John Holton, Ph.D.
Kathryn Harding, M.A.
Lori Friedman, M.P.H.
Nancy Peddle, Ph.D.
National Center on Child Abuse
View the complete list of presenters.