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Wednesday, September 18 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Co-designing a place-based evaluation

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Roxanne Bainbridge (Central Queensland University), Robyn Bailey (Allen + Clarke), Julia Carr (Griffith University), Robert Monaghan (Monaghan Dreaming), Ned Hardie-Boys (Allen + Clarke)

Evaluating large-scale, complex health programs poses a host of challenges. Traditional evaluation designs which compare locations with and without a given program are not appropriate because many of the programs are available in most locations. Place-based evaluation designs are promoted as a potential way to enhance understanding of context and address the lack of counterfactual comparisons. However, there are few published examples of evaluation designs that use a place-based approach to guide implementation.

In this presentation, we describe the emergent and multi-layered approach to co-designing a system-level evaluation, using a place-based approach. We aim to advance the understanding of place-based approaches to evaluation and research, by illustrating how the approach is being used in the evaluation of the Australian Governments investment in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care through the Indigenous Australians Health Programme (IAHP).

Chairs
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Peter Ellis

Director, Nous Group
Professionally I'm both an evaluator and a statistician, with a particular interest in using evidence to improve public sector outcomes. While I'm now in consultancy, I've previous run evaluation functions, including as Director Program Evaluation for AusAID, and Manager Tourism Research... Read More →

Presenters
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Roxanne Bainbridge

Director Centre for Indigenous Health Equity Research, Central Queensland University
I am a Gungarri/Kunja Aboriginal researcher from South Western Queensland in Australia and Professorial Research Fellow at Central Queensland University where I am Director for the Centre for Indigenous Health Equity Research. My current priority evaluation is embedded in a partnership... Read More →
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Robyn Bailey

Senior Associate, Evaluation + Research, Allen + Clarke
Hello! I am a Pakeha (European) New Zealander, currently working in both Australia and New Zealand. Evaluation, and contributing to better outcomes for people and communities through evaluation, is my passion. Along with colleagues, I work with both government agencies and NGO providers... Read More →


Wednesday September 18, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm AEST
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