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Thursday, September 20 • 3:20pm - 3:25pm
If what you are doing scares you, you're probably on the right track: 5 things I've learned about how to co-design an evaluation

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Jenne Roberts (Menzies School of Health Research)

Co-design is transforming the way evaluators work, yet there is not a lot of guidance on how to facilitate a co-design process. This presentation will highlight five things I have learned during 2 recent evaluation co-design processes: an internationally funded HIV program in Indonesia and the other a Collective Impact project with 4 Aboriginal community controlled organisations in the Northern Territory.  I will cover: Start with the end; Walk alongside: Work in both worlds; Done is better than perfect; Radical beats routine. Rest assured: if what you are doing scares you, you are probably on the right track. 

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Evylyn Brophy

Associate Director, Urbis
I am passionate about helping others strengthen their evaluation capabilities. I work with program deliverers across sectors – including crime prevention, education, regional development, and primary health – to help develop capacity to measure their own impact, and enhance the... Read More →

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Jenne Roberts

Evaluation Manager, Menzies School of Health Research
Jenne is an international health evaluator, working in Indigenous health in Australia and international public health, mostly in South East Asia. Jenne is interested in identifying the efforts and interventions that spark positive social and health impact, and engaging intended beneficiaries... Read More →


Thursday September 20, 2018 3:20pm - 3:25pm
Chancellor 4 Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

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