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.
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.