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© CeNPRaD The Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Evaluation techniques and processes: for effective health care
© CeNPRaD The Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Structure Some relevant, contemporary influences. Approaches to evaluation. Questions to ask yourself. Examples from practice.
© CeNPRaD The Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Influences Continuing professional development Changing professional boundaries Evidence-based health care European policies and initiatives Governance in the health care sector Research and development National policies Health care targets
© CeNPRaD The Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Approaches to evaluation Systems-based Behavioural change based Impact Accreditation-based Adversarial Transactional Expert Connoisseur
© CeNPRaD The Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Questions to ask yourself when planning an evaluation Who wants the evaluation? Does the initiative, service or programme actually exist? Have objectives been set for the initiative, programme or service? Can you specify objectives for the evaluation? Is relevant data or evidence accessible? Have you allowed sufficient time and resources for the evaluation to be carried out and reported? Will the evaluation be done in house or by an external?
© CeNPRaD The Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Contact details Dr Bernice West Research Director School of Nursing and Midwifery The Robert Gordon University Garthdee Campus Aberdeen AB10 7QF Tel
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