of Community Involvement
Through a series of interviews, focus groups and secondary quantitative
document review, a more comprehensive assessment develops. The inclusion
of culturally relevant questionnaire design elements and culturally
sensitive interaction with staff and community residents provide other
critical assessment and evaluation components.
work process is based on practical experience in public health education
project planning and design, grounded in qualitative research, behavioral
sciences and management theory.
Neutrality in Reporting
Inherent bias lies within even the
most objective evaluator. Neutrality, therefore, comes with the
specific method for presentation of the final data. This data forms
the guiding criteria when integrated into an organization's plans
for future programs and services.
Assessment and evaluation projects
are customized to match a client organization’s priorities.
Some or all of the following benefits remain with the client organizations
at the conclusion of a consulting engagement with Evaluation Focused
Your staff will be exposed to practical
evaluation methodologies that may be used in future evaluation
efforts, reducing redundancy and eliminating additional future
Your staff will be provided current quantitative
data from reputable health resources to enable immediate and improved
program and service design.
Your staff will find qualitative data
derived from their clients integrated into practical formats used
for strategic planning.
Your customized reports will reflect
cultural sensitivity to special populations of interest to your
organization. These enable design of effective outreach and education
You will receive reports customized for
your organization that provide practical recommendations for short-term
and long-term program planning.
Program evaluation can help sustain an
agency's mission without sacrificing the integrity of program resources,
staff and key figures in the provision of health and human services.