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Health promotion initiatives that work Peter Aston Clinical Services Manager The Lesbian and Gay Foundation
Or Listen up you stupid gits or I’ll take you outside and give you a good kicking
In the spotlight Develop a sound evidence base Define your target Conduct research Develop ASTOR
Ask the expert Seek advice and assistance from those in the know Work in partnership
Choose your weapon Getting your message across Use appropriate imagery and language Beware of humour as it doesn’t always work
Bad judgment Inform, don’t judge Aim to empower Give positive messages
Testing, testing Pre-testing is essential Hold focus groups Be prepared to go back to the drawing board
If the mountain wont come to Mohammed… Embrace community based services User friendly Increase access
Learn your lessons well Conduct evaluation Be flexible Keep up to date
Further reading Effective Sexual Health Promotion - Making it count. The Field Guide -
Services Management. ….execution is for experts” Especially true for service businesses NYT article “What’s luck got to do with it?”
Focussing on Personal Budgets Peta Smith – Commissioning Manager Children’s and Adult’s Services.
Welcome to Volunteer Management Amy Thompson. Agenda I.Foundation Introductions Training Overview Agenda II.M-I-N-G-O! III.Volunteer Management Cycle.
Making the most of Feedback Chris Doye Institute for Academic Development University of Edinburgh 2012.
Evaluation What, How and Why Bother?. What? Evaluation is a daily human activity, an essential step in the process of integrating learning and moving.
The Judicial Studies Board for Northern Ireland Induction Seminar 22 nd November 2007.
W. P. Carey Online Academic Services. F2F, we rely on verbal and visual communication to discuss class topics Some students contribute, some just.
Worcestershire Partnership Cohesive, Strong Communities Strategy and Toolkit “Getting along better together”
Test-Taking Strategies Adapted from Matt Guffey, Longridge Elementary School.
The Shared Inquiry Method adapted from the Great Books Foundation.
Participatory Budgeting and Health - pilot in Thornhill, Southampton.
How to build networks/how to network effectively..
Practice sharing. Supporting practice-sharing Youth Music Network Focus on effective practice Funding based on an outcomes approach Grantees asked.
Effective Networking Developed by Line Plourde-Kelly January 2008.
Marketing Strategies for the Use of HINARI (module 6.1)
Supporting further and higher education e-Learning and Pedagogy overview Helen Beetham Programme Consultant.
Homecare Worker Health and Safety Laura Stock, MPH Labor Occupational Health Program UC Berkeley May 2, 2011.
London Visual Impairment Forum ‘Beyond the Usual Suspects’ Towards Inclusive User Involvement By Shaping Our Lives Becki Meakin 13 th December 2013.
Marketing your Organisation Introduction to Marketing (the short, short version…) Andrew Smith Wandsworth Voluntary Sector Development Agency.
Theoretical knowledge Scenario 17: Including a pupil with special needs Behaviour Scenarios Resources to support Charlie Taylor’s Improving Teacher Training.
What Students Say About Discussion (When You Ask) 1) It seems professors use discussion (especially small group discussion) when they don’t feel like.
Designing services informed by the experiences of older adults in Central and Eastern Cheshire Bernadette Bailey COMMISSIONING.
1 DEALING WITH YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND RESISTANT BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS “HOW TO AVOID THE TUG OF WAR” West Virginia Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral.
Measuring the social good through a widening access approach: An analysis of BeWEHL Suzannah Evans BeWEHL Initiative at The University of Wales, Newport.
Project Wisdom Sharing your goal or idea with others.
Community View Visual Impairment & Black & Minority Ethnic People.
The Big6 Skills A Problem-Solving Approach to Information Skills Instruction as developed by Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz The Big6(tm)
Some issues from Making the links: domestic violence and disabled women Professor Gill Hague Violence Against Women Research Group, UK Some issues from.
Connected resources for research and practice Alison Lawson UCET conference 10 November 2009.
GETTING IT RIGHT. Today we will - review or refresh your approach to making funding bids by: Not sure? Ask! And this is to remind me and you please to.
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