Philliber Research sent a team to the EERS Conference in order to share some of the outcomes and lessons learned from several of the evaluation projects we have. Philliber presented on data collection, high response rates, survey design, Electronic Medical Record implications and successful strategies Philliber has implemented over time. Here is a list of some of the presentations that took place.
Stacie Powers presented on the progress on her project with Girls Inc.: Tracking New York City Students from High School into College with StudentTracker
Scott Herrling presented some information on tracking youth in a randomized control trial in Chicago called: Tracking Youth in Englewood, Chicago, Maximizing Follow-Up In A Longitudinal Study
Juan Weissenberg had two presentations.
The first was on Electronic Medical Record Systems used in healthcare today and the evaluation implications: Electronic Medical Records (EMRS) and the Health System: Exploring Challenges and Evaluation Possibilities
The second was on an overview of succesful strategies used in multiple projects in order to maintain high response rates: Enhancing Participant Tracking Strategies To Maintain High Response Rates In Hard To Reach Populations: Successful Techniques in Recent Research Projects
Rita Turner presented and Ignite presentation on measuring academic growth for her Practice Makes Perfect program she is an analyst on: -9hjdf9h23-Evaluation of Summer Learning
Lou Mortillaro presented on the challenges in running a multi-lingual program and what can happen when you are collecting and designing surveys for this population: Multi-Lingual? No Problem: What To Expect When Collecting Survey Data At Multi-Langauge Programs