Program Evaluation 101

Please join us for another Professional Development Session of 2020: Program Evaluation 101

What is the session about?

Effective evaluation is critical to improving private and public programs and is increasingly demanded by program stakeholders, including funders. Social science concepts and methods are an excellent basis for program evaluation. This webinar will provide participants with basic knowledge, skills, and practices they can use to conduct their own evaluations for program improvement and advocacy.

Presented by Lorella Palazzo, PhD

Lorella Palazzo
Research Associate
Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute

About the presenter: Lorella Palazzo, PhD, is a sociologist who specializes in optimizing care delivery and improving access to health services. She has extensive experience in analyzing clinical data and evaluating health care improvement efforts. Dr. Palazzo has supported research at KPWHRI on aging and dementia, cancer, cardiovascular health, mental health, and safe medication use. She plans to continue and expand her recent work in implementation science and cancer screening. Inspired by her background as a sociologist, Dr. Palazzo is also interested in how social scientists can best collaborate with other health researchers to improve health care.

When is it?

The professional development workshop takes place September 21, 2:00-3:30 EST. The zoomed session is approximately 75 minutes.

Where does it take place?

This is a completely virtual panel

Registrants will be given a link upon registering.

Unfamiliar with zoom? Feel free to visit the zoom video tutorials HERE!

All participants must register prior to the start of the zoomed session!

How do I register?

Follow this link:

Fill out all required questions, click submit, and the zoom password and access information will be provided