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    Reminder – Call for Proposals Deadline Friday, December 14, 2018

    The 2019 Conference Planning Committee is pleased to invite you to submit proposals for presentations and workshops that will contribute to our conference theme. The conference will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia from Monday, May 27th – Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 at the Westin Nova Scotian, with pre-conference workshops taking place on Sunday, May 26, 2019. Presentation and Workshop proposal submission details can now be found on the conference site: http://www.c2019evaluationcanada.ca The application deadline is December 14th, 2018. Should you have any questions after reviewing the call for submission package(s), please direct your questions to the committee at: [email protected] We look forward to seeing you in Halifax in May!…

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    REMINDER COMPETITION CLOSING APRIL 12: CES CONFERENCE SUPPORT OPPORTUNITY FOR CES-NS MEMBERS

    REMINDER  – Competition Closing April 12th! CES Conference Support Opportunity for CES-NS Members This year, CES National is providing a complimentary registration to each of the chapters for one person to attend the 2018 CES National Conference (for more information, visit: http://c2018.evaluationcanada.ca/). CES Nova Scotia also recognizes the significant expenses associated with travelling to a different province, and has committed to contributing up to $500 for travel and accommodations in addition to the complimentary registration. The recipient will be reimbursed following the conference providing the submission of receipts for eligible expenses (e.g. hotel and travel). Current members in good standing are able to apply for the complimentary registration, financial support, or both. Selection Process A nominating committee of…

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    CES Conference Support Opportunity for CES-NS Members

    CES Conference Support Opportunity for CES-NS Members This year, CES National is providing a complimentary registration to each of the chapters for one person to attend the 2018 CES National Conference (for more information, visit: http://c2018.evaluationcanada.ca/). CES Nova Scotia also recognizes the significant expenses associated with travelling to a different province, and has committed to contributing up to $500 for travel and accommodations in addition to the complimentary registration. The recipient will be reimbursed following the conference providing the submission of receipts for eligible expenses (e.g. hotel and travel). Current members in good standing are able to apply for the complimentary registration, financial support, or both. Selection Process A nominating committee of three CES NS Board Members…

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    Call for Papers: CES National Conference 2018

    WE ARE ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS. The 2018 Canadian Evaluation Society conference will focus on Co-creation through themes of Integration, Transformation and Practice. We will explore the latest methods and approaches that evaluators are applying in a wide range of contexts and consider the ways in which evaluators are incorporating co-creation in their practices. The conference will be held in Calgary, Alberta from May 27 to May 29, 2018. Pre-conference workshops will occur on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Deadline for submissions is Friday, 15 December 2017 before 11:59 pm MST. No Extensions. http://c2018.evaluationcanada.ca/proposal-submission/ For more information, contact us [email protected] Follow us on Twitter @CES_SCE_c2018

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    Lunch and Learn Webinar – An Economic Evaluation: The Healthy Beginning Enhanced Home Visitation Program

    Lunch and Learn Webinar: An Economic Evaluation: The Healthy Beginning Enhanced Home Visitation Program Wednesday, December 6, 2017 12:00 PM -1:00 PM Atlantic Nova Scotia’s Healthy Beginnings Enhanced Home Visiting Program (EHV) was launched in 2002 as an enhancement to public health’s perinatal programs and services. The long-term results are anticipated to deliver improved physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of Nova Scotia children. Two qualitative program evaluations (2009 & 2012) found that families in the program achieved positive outcomes. In 2011, there was an interest within the Nova Scotia Department of Health & Wellness to measure the value and impact of the EHV Program. It was determined that an…