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Becoming Evidence-Based: a Step by Step Approach

Do you believe your program is effective? What does it take to get on an “effective programs” list? This recorded webinar discusses the process of becoming evidence-based, with a focus on child and youth-serving organizations. 85 more words

Cultivating Evidence

Infographics Resources

I came across this blog (Vertical Response) that provides suggestions for affordable resources to produce infographics. Some of the final products look really professional! They claim that infographics are 30 times more likely to be read than regular text. 72 more words

Flow Charts

Does how we talk about youth outcomes matter?

In a word, YES! But it’s so much more than just knowing the outcomes youth have after being a part of your program. We need to be able to talk about youth outcomes in broad strokes if we hope to achieve long-term, far-reaching systemic change in the lives of youth we serve. 592 more words

Evidence

How to Develop a Logic Model

In academic medicine, many programs are supported through extramural funding. Applications for this funding often require a logic model, the development of which is usually learned by new grant writing team members on-the-fly. 181 more words

Grant Strategy