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Toward impact: the co-produced pathway to impact evaluation framework and indicators

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Presented at the May 13-15 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum conference, "sustainability" was the theme. This presentation describes the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact evaluation framework, the database designed for KBHN's KT Core to track services for management decisions and progress reporting, and factors for sustainability with reference to database design.

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Toward impact: the co-produced pathway to impact evaluation framework and indicators

  1. 1. www.kidsbrainhealth.ca Indicators for Measurement at each Stage of Knowledge Translation: from Research to Impact Anneliese Poetz, PhD – Manager, KT Core David Phipps, PhD, MBA – Lead, KT Core Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Conference Monday June 9, 3:30 – 4:00p (Room Cedar) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  2. 2. What is KBHN? • Federally funded • NCE • FASD, CP, ASD • NI, NE, KT • KTEE • HQP
  3. 3. KT Core “KT maximizes the impact of research and training in neurodevelopmental disorders” Services for researchers and trainees in KBHN 1. Knowledge Brokering 2. KT Events 3. KT Products 4. Evaluation 5. KT Planning
  4. 4. Role of Evaluation How are the KT Core services helping KBHN researchers & trainees? How have we made a difference for children with NDDs and their families, in Canada?
  5. 5. Evaluation Framework Phipps, D. (2013)
  6. 6. Why develop indicators?
  7. 7. What’s out there already?
  8. 8. Indicator Definitions Research Dissemination Uptake Implementation Impact
  9. 9. Anatomy of indicator Definition components 1) Name/title of indicator 2) Definition (including N/D if applicable) 3) Type 4) Rationale 5) Strengths/Limitations 6) Data Source(s) 7) Stage in CPPI 8) Date 9) Responsibility for collecting data Example 1) [CB] % increase in knowledge 2) Sum of scores/#attendees x 100 3) Impact 4) Measure knowledge gained 5) S: measures change/impact, L: bias & missing data 6) Pre-Post questionnaires 7) All 8) May 28, 2014 9) KT Core
  10. 10. So what’s it used for? Reporting (value/impact) of: • services, events, products, etc. Comparison – Across services, events, products, programs, etc. – Across NCEs (KTEE standards?) Inform decision-making Succession planning Future (finish defn’s, Access)
  11. 11. www.kidsbrainhealth.ca Questions? Anneliese Poetz, PhD Manager, Knowledge Translation Core KBHN apoetz@yorku.ca
  12. 12. Services Onto Framework
  13. 13. Services Onto Framework
  14. 14. Data Collection

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