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Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter

Welcome!

The Canadian Evaluation Society's Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter (CES-NL) is a provincial chapter of the CES. The CES-NL brings together professionals from the public, community-based, private, and academic sectors who have an interest in results-focused management and accountability for investments in a wide range of programs and services. We provide evaluators in Newfoundland and Labrador with a link to the national platform and access to numerous local and national professional development opportunities. 

Like to learn more about our chapter activities? Check us out on Twitter (@cesnl1)


Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities: 

We are currently planning our PD events for the 2017-18. Have an idea or would like to present to our membership? Please contact: Nicole Power.

 

Introduction to Outcomes Measurement Workshop: A Train the Trainer Opportunity

November 1 - 2, 2017
 
This 1.5 day session is being offered by the Community Sector Council NL, in partnership with United Way NL, and the Canadian Evaluation Society - NL Chapter.
 
A great opportunity, if you:
  • Have experience with workshop delivery,
  • Are interested in evaluation, and
  • Can commit to delivering the workshop to others following your training.
 
Wednesday, November 1 (9 am - 4 pm) and
Thursday, November 2 (9 am - 12:30 pm)
 
Waypoints Space
 
Deadline to Register: Friday, October 13, 2017
(Space is limited, so don't delay!)
 
 
For more information:
Peggy Matchim

The Research is Done, Now What?
Maximizing Your Reach by Presenting the Right Information

Date: Monday, November 6th

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., NST

Presenters: Adam Pike, Andrea Pike, and Nicole Porter

Location: NLHHN Learning Center, 77 Charter Avenue, St. John's / Adobe Connect

Registration Deadline: Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Registration Cost: CES Members - $35.00 / Non-Members - $50.00 (Includes a one year CES-NL membership)

Content: Knowledge translation and dissemination is an important part of any research and evaluation project; if findings are not shared, opportunities for synergistic collaboration with policymakers and uptake among stakeholders are lost. However, research and evaluation is often conducted with limited funds, restricting our ability to engage professional services to generate the most effective knowledge sharing and dissemination materials, reducing our potential reach. In this workshop, you will learn techniques to present information and documentation more effectively using simple, low-cost data visualization tools to maximize the impact of knowledge translation and dissemination efforts. 

Method: The presenters will discuss how to prioritize information by audience, and demonstrate some tools and techniques for data visualization using examples from our own research unit. Participants will learn how to create an infographic using a free online tool

Objectives: In this session, attendees will learn how to effectively document research information and display study findings in easily digestible formats suitable for non-academic, non-researcher audiences.

To register, please contact: [email protected]

 
 

 

CES-NL Executive Committee

President: Laura May, Department of Research, Eastern Health

Vice President and PD Chair: Nicole Power, Department of Research, Eastern Health

Secretary: Olivia Cleary, Primary Healthcare Research Unit, Memorial University

Treasurer: Sandra Parsons, Primary Healthcare Research Unit, Memorial University

Director at Large (Labrador): John Graham, Graham & Associates

Director at Large: Bruce Gilbert, Bruce C. Gilbert Consulting 

Director at Large (Marketing and Communication): Nicole Porter, Primary Healthcare Research Unit, Memorial University

Director at Large (Marketing and Communication): Sara O'Reilly, Primary Healthcare Research Unit, Memorial University

Director at Large (Student Representative): Piotre Krajewski and Michael Ryan, Masters of Applied Psychological Science (MPS) Candidates

Director at Large: Melissa LeDrew, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Director at Large: Jennifer Smith, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Government of NL

CES National Representative: Susan Hollett, Hollett and Sons Inc. 

 

If you have any questions, please contact Felicia Rice, CES-NL Administrator.