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(p. 93) Communicating Evaluation Findings
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(p. 93) Communicating Evaluation Findings
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Julie Q. Morrison

and Anna L. Harms

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190609108.003.0005
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date: 11 April 2021

The topic of data visualization and the effective communication of evaluation findings has received considerable attention in recent years. The objective of Chapter 5 is to present practical strategies for communicating findings through data visualization and report writing that maximize the impact of the evaluation. The chapter highlights the use of web-based data systems and data dashboards for communicating implementation and outcome data relative to a multi-tiered system of support initiative. Practical guidelines for developing communication plans, maintaining a data-driven focus to communications, and linking current results to proposed actions are provided. Special attention is paid to the use of targeted, tailored communication as informed by diffusion theory.

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