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Wednesday, September 19 • 12:15pm - 12:20pm
Using systems theory to explore the impacts and outcomes of a research and evaluation capacity building partnership

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Rochelle Tobin (Curtin University), Jonathan Hallett (Curtin University), Roanna Lobo Lobo (Curtin University), Bruce Maycock (Curtin University)

The Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Applied Research and Evaluation Network (SiREN) takes a partnership approach to building the research and evaluation capacity of organisations working to address sexual health and blood-borne virus issues in Western Australia. Despite the potential of partnership approaches, like SiREN, to improve public health practice, there is limited understanding of how they work and the kinds of outcomes they can achieve. This presentation will describe the application of systems theory to understand how, and in what ways, the SiREN model has influenced research and evaluation practices.

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Byron Pakula

Principal Consultant, Clear Horizon
Byron has gathered a broad array of professional experience working for government, private and not for profit sectors internationally and in Australia for over fifteen years. Byron is a well respected and influential manager, strategist and adviser that has applied himself to some... Read More →

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Rochelle Tobin

PhD candidate
I am a PhD candidate investigating SiREN's (Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Research and Evaluation Network) influence on research and evaluation practices in the Western Australian sexual health and blood-borne virus sector. I also support SiREN's knowledge translation activities... Read More →

Wednesday September 19, 2018 12:15pm - 12:20pm AEST
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