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Professional Development Opportunity: Understanding and using contribution analysis workshop – May 12th, 2015

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The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society invites you to join us for the half-day workshop: Understanding and using contribution analysis, presented by Dr. Kaireen Chaytor of Chaytor Consulting.

Contribution analysis is an approach to evaluation, built on theory of change, which demonstrates the desired impact of an intervention. Contribution analysis is especially relevant in settings where there are multiple interventions contributing to a social problem. The workshop will discuss the theory of contribution analysis and briefly review the literature. The workshop will build on participants’ knowledge and experience with theories of change to ensure you have the basis to proceed with contribution analysis. We will review the steps necessary to develop and implement contribution analysis. The benefits and challenges in applying contribution analysis will be discussed.

Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm , registration starts at 12:30pm.

LocationNova Scotia Health Research Foundation, 1660 Hollis St.

Cost:  CES Member: $30
Non Member: $40
Student: $25
with valid student ID

Please register online at cesns.ca/store

*Please note, pricing for this workshop is based on cost-recovery, and subject to cancellation if we do not receive enough registrants. In this case, registrants will be notified and will be given a full-refund.

 

Dr. Kaireen Chaytor has been teaching program evaluation at Dalhousie University and in workplace settings for several years. She has worked with many non-profits providing oversight for their evaluation efforts. Kaireen serves on the credentialing board for the Canadian Evaluation Society and is a Fellow of the Canadian Evaluation Society. Along with Dr. John Mayne, Kaireen will offer a pre-conference workshop on Contribution Analysis at the CES National Conference in May, 2015.

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