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Measuring and Assessing the Use of Evidence
Cohosted with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
In Collaboration with the Office of Management and Budget

The purpose of conducting rigorous evaluations and building a base of strong evidence is to improve operations and results. For that to happen, evaluations and various other evidence-building activities should ideally be codeveloped with end users, and the findings and results must be disseminated to and applied well by users and practitioners. How do agencies know if the evidence they are building is reaching the intended users? Is it being used, and if so, how?

This public virtual forum, hosted as part of the White House Evidence Forums series, will address
1. how evidence gets transmitted effectively to appropriate users (e.g., policymakers, program administrators and staff, and communities and people affected by policies and programs) and
2. how evidence use can be measured and assessed and what tools and strategies can be used (e.g., measurement tools, strategies for integrating users and practitioners early to ensure study relevance, accessing evidence, understanding evidence, absorption of evidence, and adoption of evidence-based practices).

Aug 18, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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