2019 Forum Focuses on Expanding the Mixed Methods Evaluation Paradigm
Westat is co-hosting an Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Institutional Member Forum “Bringing Rigor and Intentionality to Mixed Methods Evaluations of Social Programs,” on June 5, 2019, in Washington, DC. This day-long forum will focus on sharpening and expanding the scientific approach to mixed method evaluation to allow it to make larger contributions to social policy learning.
The forum will highlight the roles and emerging techniques of mixed methods evaluation, examples of real-world challenges, and the benefits of this approach. Audience members will have a chance to participate in breakout sessions and open discussion.
Speakers from across the research industry will be participating. Scott Royal, Ph.D., Westat’s President, will be giving the opening remarks. Other Westat staff participation includes:
Stephen Bell, Ph.D. Using Mixed Methods Evaluation to Support Better Non-Experimental Impact Analysis.
Debra Rog, Ph.D. Pushing the Envelope of Mixed Methods Evaluation to Better Understand RCT Impact Results.
For more details and to register, see the online program.