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Publication Midline Evaluation of the Tanzania Public Sector System Strengthening Program – Final Report
Gustavo Angeles, Jessica A. Fehringer, Lisa Calhoun, Brittany Iskarpatyoti, Willis Odek, Gideon Kwesigabo, Joe L.P. Lugalla, Aimee M. Benson, Hannah Silverstein, Courtney McGuire (2020)
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Publication High Impact Research Training Toolkit
MEASURE Evaluation (2014)
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Publication Seven Steps to EnGendering Public Health Evaluations: Training Instructions
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Enabling and Expanding the Scope of Public Health Decision Making in Uganda to Reduce Maternal Mortality: Concept Note and Use Case
Kumar, M., Kim, T. E., Millar, E., Ongechi, K. S., & Weiss, W. (2019)
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International Workshop: Qualitative Methods in Public Health Evaluation
The Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health) is announcing an international workshop on “Qualitative Methods in Public Health Evaluation,” for English-speaking professionals.
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Publication A Guide to the Fundamentals of Economic Evaluation in Public Health
Scott Moreland, Shaylen Foley, Lauren Morris (2019)
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Can Analysis of Tweets Inform Interventions to Prevent Gender-Based Violence?
MEASURE Evaluation recently explored the feasibility of using large social media datasets to track changes in attitudes on gender norms regarding sexual relationships between younger women and older men and attitudes on gender-based violence against women and girls.
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Where Can You Make the World a Better Place?
By John Spencer, MA. Google assembled people who use spatial tools to do good. MEASURE Evaluation produced this video to show how these tools can help improve health services.
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Public Health: Building Bridges to the Most Vulnerable
Karar Zunaid Ahsan, called Zunaid, is a PhD candidate in the Gillings School of Public Health at UNC, focusing on practical ways to deliver better health care to vulnerable populations, and working to analyze data to achieve that goal.
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How Monitoring and Evaluation Is Taught in MPH Programs Around the World
A recent review of how monitoring and evaluation is taught in masters of public health programs globally follows a continuing trend from knowledge-based learning to competency-based learning.
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