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Thursday, September 20 • 3:15pm - 3:20pm
Transforming the experience of seriously ill children, young people and their families - A real life example of evaluation in action

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Sarah Moeller (Starlight Children's Foundation), Claire Treadgold (Starlight Children's Foundation)

Starlight Express Rooms (SERs) provide a medical-free zone where children can escape from the hospital environment. Every three years, Starlight undertakes an evaluation of all nine SERs in Australia and in this Ignite session, we will share the story - and the learnings - of this review, highlighting how effective evaluation contributes to transforming the hospital experience of seriously ill children.We will share insights on the importance of stakeholder engagement, the challenges of capturing the voices of children and young people in a meaningful way (and yes, there will be a burping frog involved), and the effective dissemination of results.

Chairs
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Christina Thornley

Lead Advisor Innovation and Collaboration, Education Council of Aotearo New Zealand
Christina Thornley leads the Council’s Strengthening Appraisal professional learning project across English and Māori medium schooling and early childhood education settings. She has a strong interest in promoting teaching as a self-managing profession. The appraisal project focuses... Read More →

Speakers
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Sarah Moeller

Research & Evaluation Manager, Starlight Children's Foundation
Sarah Moeller is the Manager, Research and Evaluation at the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Qualifications: MA (Social Work) University of Melbourne; BSc University of Melbourne.


Thursday September 20, 2018 3:15pm - 3:20pm
Chancellor 3 Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

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