Let’s Be Creative with Evaluation: Ten Resources to Support Evaluation in Primary Prevention of Sexual ViolenceAugust 16, 2018 0 comments
It’s quite the head-scratcher: how do we prove that something didn’t happen? As a public health-oriented preventionist I always have questions about programmatic efficacy and have learned (the hard way) that traditional pre/post surveys and quantitative data collection are not always the most appropriate forms of evaluation. Often, quantitative analyses of programs do not capture the full, rich picture of what was learned, internalized, and developed in primary prevention programs. Our work to end rape culture is dynamic as it is complex, thus our efforts to evaluate and continuously improve our work must be creative.
Here are ten resources to help us expand our thinking about sexual violence evaluation: