Supporting Evaluation Work: Westat at 2019 Eastern Evaluation Research Conference
Westat is participating in the 42nd Annual Conference for the Eastern Evaluation Research Society in Galloway, NJ, May 5-7, 2019. This year’s theme is Adapt! Evaluators in a Changing World.
EERS is one of the oldest evaluation societies in the United States. It has a long history of supporting and enriching the work of evaluators in the mid-Atlantic region.
Our staff will be on hand to present their latest research on a variety of topics and will be available to answer questions on how our expertise can help clients. We look forward to meeting you.
Kim Standing and Atsushi Miyaoka. (Presentation). Adapting Recruitment and Site Assignment to Achieve Buy-in while Maintaining Integrity of Evaluation.
Jarnee Riley, Erika Bonilla, Tracy Davis, and Joy Browne. (Panel Presentation). Applying an Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) to a New Population: Evaluation Issues to Consider.
Jarnee Riley and Erika Bonilla. (Presentation 1). Overview of the Supported Employment Demonstration: Testing an EBP with a New Population.
Tracy Davis and Joy Browne. (Presentation 2). Evaluation and Operational Issues to Consider When Recruiting Study Participants.
Erika Bonilla and Jarnee Riley. (Presentation 3). An Early Glimpse into the Characteristics of Study Participants.
Lynnea Brumby, Erika Bonilla, and Jarnee Riley. (Presentation 4). An Early Glimpse into Study Implementation: Unique Issues to Consider.