Evaluation Webinars and Institute Presentations

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To see a list of all webinars in all topics, click here.

Integrated Behavioral Health Care with Survivors of Torture: Learning from the data and from each other

Monday, 12 September 2016

Programs that provide services to survivors of torture have a long history of delivering collaborative, holistic, and interdisciplinary care that takes into account the complex needs of torture survivors. We recently carried out a national needs assessment, which confirmed that the majority of programs that serve torture survivors provide some form of integrated behavioral health care (IBHC) and recognize that care coordination across multiple disciplines is vital to responding to the multifaceted needs of survivors of torture. In this two-part Measured Impact Webinar, we explore creating or further developing IBHC in your programs. We discuss how IBHC can enhance the quality of survivor care, foster engagement across disciplines, and improve health outcomes.

Roadmap to Data Analysis: Launching the Series

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

This series introduces Survivor of Torture programs to essential concepts and methods for data analysis, and demonstrates the use of various tools. The series objectives are to:

  • Provide an introduction to basic statistical procedures relevant to SOT agencies
  • Provide a foundation to analyze and interpret data on clients, services, and outcomes
  • Provide an introduction to the use of available tools for basic analysis of data
  • Provide an understanding of the limitations of statistical analysis, and guidelines for agency staff about when to seek statistical consultation

This webinar, from 7/16/2014,

Performance Measurement – Using Data to Improve Quality

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

In this webinar Dr. Edward Cohen speaks directly to torture treatment providers, to identify ways you can evaluate your Center’s performance. Dr. Cohen explains the basic terminology of performance measurement. His examples cover different areas of service, and may help you identify which aspects of your own program you could measure, and the need to focus your collection of data to the item being measured. He discusses how evaluation not only helps you report the success of your program, it allows you to proactively evaluate the quality of your delivery of services.

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