Presented by Angèle Bilodeau and Gillian Kranias
WHEN: RESCHEDULED to October 14th, 2020 from 12 pm to 1 pm Eastern Daylight Time
WHERE: CES webinars take place online using the Zoom platform. You can check your computer's requirements here.
REGISTRATION: Please go here to register: LINK
The CJPE Book Club:
The CJPE is pleased to have launched its book club, in collaboration with CES. The purpose of the book club is to explore recent CJPE publications through a web-based presentation by one of our authors, followed by a Q&A from participants. The authors have the opportunity to share their work and any new updates since publication, and the participants will have the opportunity to share their thoughts, comments and questions with the author. What better way to explore ground breaking evaluation research and innovative practices?
Although it is not mandatory, participants are encouraged to consult the article on the menu prior to the meeting, in order to fully benefit from the exchanges. No worries if you have not had time to read the article, its author will present a short summary.
Here is the link to read the article for the next meeting:
This article presents the translation and cultural adaptation, into Canadian English, of the Outil diagnostique de l’action en partenariat, a tool widely used to support the practice of partnerships since its creation in French, in Quebec, in 2008. The theoretical foundations and properties of the original tool are presented, followed by a summary of methodological guidelines and a description of the process and results. The methodology involved an expert committee to formulate the English tool and verify its equivalence with the original, and a pretest with target users. Th is rigorous procedure ensures equivalence of the translated tool and its cultural adaptation to the intended users.
Biography of presenters:
Angèle Bilodeau holds a Ph.D. in applied human sciences and a master’s in sociology. She is a full researcher/professor in the School of Public Health at l’Université de Montréal. She is also a researcher at the Centre InterActions, CIUSSS du Nord-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, and a Canada Research Chair in Approches communautaires et inégalités de santé (CACIS). Her research contributions include intersectoral collaborations and governance, action in partnership and social innovation, and effects of intersectoral action on local neighbourhoods.
Gillian Kranias holds a Master in Environmental Studies and a BA in science and human affairs. She specializes in community development and intersectoral partnerships for healthy and equitable communities. She currently works as a design, facilitation, evaluation, and strategy consultant.
This webinar aims to strengthen capacities in line with the Competencies for Canadian Evaluation Practice.
If you have any questions please contact https://evaluationcanada.ca/contact-us