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Learning from Experience: Monitor and Evaluate


  • Learning from experience,
  • Community,
  • Facilities & organizations,
  • Healthcare facilities,
  • Workplace,
  • Schools,

Monitor and evaluate

How to implement

  • Develop an evaluation plan with measurable outcomes and clear timelines, responsibilities and guidelines. Ideally, this plan should be developed early, but it can still be adapted throughout the program lifecycle.
  • Continuously monitor and evaluate to examine success, feasibility, impact and sustainability:
    • Research and evaluation outcomes should guide future directions and planning activities (e.g., collect participant feedback to guide program content and delivery and to gain insight into why they participate).
    • Seek financial and/or human resource support from public, private, voluntary and community organizations to support evaluation. 
  • Communicate findings to key stakeholders in a way that is tailored to their specific interests.
  • Share best practices and lessons-learned to facilitate learning and celebrate successes. 

For an easy to use, step-by-step evaluation guide, check out Public Health Ontario’s Introductory Workbook.

Learning from Experience: Monitor and Evaluate

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