Getting guidelines utilized, not just printed

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"Getting guidelines utilized, not just printed: Online forum to advance evidence-based practices in international youth peer education" was presented at Sex::Tech 2011 by Robyn Dayton of FHI & USAid.

"Getting guidelines utilized, not just printed: Online forum to advance evidence-based practices in international youth peer education" was presented at Sex::Tech 2011 by Robyn Dayton of FHI & USAid.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Robyn Dayton
  • 3. Background Information
    • Getting guidelines utilized, not just printed : Online forum to advance evidence-based practices in international youth peer education
    • Purpose:
      • Expert responses to questions
      • Space to share successes, address gaps in guidelines
      • Familiarize participants with Evidence-based
      • Guidelines for Youth Peer Education
  • 4. Lessons Learned
    • Online forums require careful planning to:
      • Run smoothly
      • Attract participants
      • Create a safe space in which visitors to the forum are willing to put themselves “out there”
      • Beyond expert experiences
  • 5. What worked well?
    • Repeated forum advertising via authoring agencies before and during the event
    • Planted questions
    • Acknowledgement and response to tool gaps via the forum
  • 6. Forum by the numbers
    • 3 day forum
    • 7 pages on unique topics
    • 4 experts from US, Eastern Europe, Philippines
    • 2,500 visits
    • 1,300 unique visitors from 85 countries
    • 18 users posting comments
  • 7.