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Evaluation Lab Project ECHO Learning Community

The Evaluation Lab Project ECHO® Learning Community provides ongoing support and training opportunities for Summer Institute attendees. The Learning Community consists of videoconference sessions that are held tthroughout the year.  Participants present evaluation documents and progress with the Learning Community to receive feedback and guidance from peers and UNM Evaluation Lab students and faculty and hear from content specialists in special didactics during each session. Please see the full schedule here.  

2019 Fall Sessions

Month One (August 20)

Presentations from Laurie Weahkee and Kelly Francisco at NAVAEP and Mayra Lovas at JF Maddox Foundation. Charla Henley will lead "Creating a Protocol for an Interactive Focus Group."

Agenda
Zoom Recording
Didactic Materials:

Full Schedule of Presentations and Didactics
Notes

Month Two (September 17)

Presentations from Rosy Rubio, Jessica Dunn, and Felicia Juarez (Tobosa) and Bill Slauson and Sam Hatch (UNM Office of Assessment & APR). Audrey Cooper will lead "Coding Qualitative Data."

Agenda
Zoom Recording
Tobosa Planning Cycle and Evaluation Teams
Didactic Materials:

Notes

Month Three (October 15)

Presentations from Jennifer Thompson (PB&J Family Services) and Anthony Salvagno and Trish
Marquez (Explora). Dr. Charlotte (Lani) Gunawardena will lead a didactic on "Appreciative Inquiry."

Agenda
Zoom Recording
Didactic Materials
Notes

2019 Winter Sessions

Week One (January 10)

Discussion and check-in on "Mission Time" in organizations and two case presentations. First from the City of Albuquerque on a proposed scoring rubric and second from Project ECHO on pain skills intensive training. 

Agenda
Notes

Week Two (January 24)

A didactic on how to develop surveys by Jessica Jones, and a case presentation from Project ECHO on key informant interviews. 

Agenda
Notes
Didactic: Basic Survey Design
Case Presentation: Project ECHO Key Informant Interviews

Week Three (February 7)

A didactic on PivotTables in Excel from Kevin Estes and a case presentation from Krista Savoca ona logic model for the Latin American & Iberian Institute at UNM. 

Agenda
Didactic: Pivot Table Presentation
Notes

Week Four (March 7)

A didactic on how to make a poster to present evaluation projects for different audiences and a case presentation from Amanda Santiago on Centro Savila's evaluation. 

Agenda
Didactic: Poster Presentation
Notes

Week Five (March 21)

A didactic on how to make PivotCharts in Excel and a case presentation from the City of Albuquerque team and a screening tool they have developed. 

Agenda
Case Presentation: CABQ Screening Tool
Didactic: Pivot Chart Presentation

2018 Sessions

Week One (August 30)

A didactic on Excel analytics and case presentations from Amanda Santiago at Centro Sávila and Huong Nguyen with NM Asian Family Center. 

Zoom Recording
Notes

Week Two (September 13)

A didactic on fitting a logic model onto one page and case presentations from Felipe and Project ECHO's logic model on extensions for community healthcare outcomes and from Duana Howerton from the NM Behavioral Health Division on evaluation progress. 

Didactic materials:

Christina's Intro to Evaluation Presentation
Zoom Recording
Notes

Week Three (September 27)

A didactic on coding a gingerbread activity and creating a wordle with qualitative data and a case presentation from Tiffany Wynn at NM Behavioral Health Services Division. 

Agenda
Didactic: Gingerbread Coding
Zoom Recording
Notes

 

Week Four (October 11)

A didactic on the process of developing a survey and a case presentation from Krista Savoca with the Latin American & Iberian Institute at UNM. 

Agenda

Week Five (October 25)

A didactic on the results of the Summer Institute evaluation and three case presentations: Christina Mendivil with Doña Ana County, Cynthia Melugin with Behavioral Health Services Division, and Sarah Gonzales Vanhorn with Project ECHO. 

Agenda
Summer Institute Evaluation Report
Notes

Week Six (November 8)

A case presentation form the City of Albuquerque team on their logic model and rubric. 

Case Presentation: CABQ Logic Model
CABQ Rubric