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Monitoring Referrals to Strengthen Service Integration
Dr. de la Torre will introduce a new toolkit designed by MEASURE Evaluation for assessing and monitoring referral system functioning.
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Monitoring Referrals to Strengthen Service Integration
Webinar on the Referral Systems Assessment and Monitoring Toolkit
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Connect With HIV/AIDS M&E Professionals
AIMEnet creates a network and space sharing and learning among trained professionals working in M&E of HIV/AIDS programs. Join today!
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GEMNet-Health Celebrates First Anniversary
The Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health) celebrated its first anniversary with individuals from the network’s nine member institutions and the U.S. Agency for International Development participating in a virtual meeting on July 24, 2013.
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Virtual Community of Practice Seminar Reaches Users Worldwide
More than 300 participants from the public health sector, civil society, and training/research institutions posted comments during a MEASURE Evaluation five-day on-line seminar designed to improve monitoring and evaluation (M&E) skills.
Located in Resources / Networks / Creating Enabling Environments for M&E
Community of Practice Moderators Gather at Summit
Fifteen moderators and other MEASURE Evaluation staff members gathered for the fifth Community-of-Practice Moderators’ Summit during October 2013.
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Data Use in the Indian Health Sector
Major investments have been and continue to be made in data collection for public health programs but there is concern that such data are not being used to their full potential.
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Using Data for Decision Making: Recommendations to Inform Design of Interventions
Failure to consider all empirical evidence before making decisions hinders a health system’s ability to respond to priority needs throughout its many levels. This publication synthesizes findings of assessments of constraints to data use conducted by MEASURE Evaluation and highlights recommendations for designing interventions to stimulate demand for and improve the use of data for decision making.
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Using the PLACE Method to Inform Decision Making
The "Using the Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) Method to Inform Decision Making" webinar will take place February 27 at 9AM EST.
Located in Our Work / Data Demand and Use / Data Demand and Use Webinars
Evaluation
MEASURE Evaluation has experience conducting a wide range of rigorous evaluations, including impact evaluations, in global health fields. The project also conducts methodological studies, process evaluations, pilot tests/proof of concept studies, and population-based surveys and surveillance.
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