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Evaluation 2017, Logic Models, and a Tech Tool

The American Evaluation Association 2017 national conference in Washington D.C. (Evaluation 2017) was a great time to catch up with other evaluators, find out what is going on in our and related fields, and reflect on my research and evaluation work. Don’t worry, I wasn't involved in any incidents [...]

Data Talks with James Pann, Episode 4: Sameet Kumar

Data Talks with James Pann, Episode 4 is with Sameet Kumar, Ph.D., a psychologist at the Memorial Cancer Institute, serving the patients of the Memorial Healthcare System in south Broward County. We focus on

Data Talks with James Pann, Episode 3: Mike Silver

Data Talks explores how people from a wide variety of disciplines use data to make professional and personal decisions. In this episode we talk with Mike Silver, who is principal of Baron Silver Stevens Financial Advisors

Data Talks with James Pann, Episode 2: Robert Garelick

Data Talks podcast episode 2 is now ready for your listening pleasure. On Data Talks we explore how people from a wide variety of disciplines use data to make professional and personal decisions. This episode is with Robert Garelick, Executive Director

Data Talks with James Pann, Episode 1: Joe Hodas

Welcome to the first Data Talks podcast episode! On Data Talks I interview people who work in a wide variety of disciplines to determine what kinds of data they use, or don’t use, to inform their decision-making and the actions they take in their professional

Video: What’s the Difference Between a Research Problem and a Clinical Problem?

Many graduate and other students confuse the terms "clinical problem" and "research problem." It is understandable but they are not one and the same. There is an important distinction that has practical implications for people interested in engaging in research.

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Take Home Lessons from #EVAL13

The American Evaluation Association national conference in Washington D.C. just wrapped up last week. It is the largest annual evaluation focused event with about 3,000 evaluators this year. It was an enlightening experience for me and left me wondering why I don't go every year.