Local Affiliate of the American Evaluation Association
In this session, we will read and discuss a chapter in a book entitled Credible and Actionable Evidence, 2nd Edition (SI Donaldson, CA Christie and MM Mark editors, Sage, 2015).
The chapter summarizes research from the cognitive and information science evidence base to outline what elements go into someone judging the credibility of evidence. When I first read this chapter, I found some of the points surprising. It goes beyond the conventionally defined expertise of the evaluator.
Facilitator: Annette Ghee, PhD, MPH
This event is part of our monthly Journal Club. Shortly after registration, you will be emailed resources for reading/watching/listening and the virtual meeting link. The meeting is scheduled over your lunch, so feel free to grab some food before the discussion!
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