Celebrating the Results from the PLDI Impact Evaluation in British Columbia: A Message to Stakeholders and a New Webpage

We are excited to announce that the results from Pacific AIDS Network’s (PAN) impact evaluation of the Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) in BC have been shared with BC’s PLDI community in a blog post and a new webpage on the PAN website!Screen Shot 2017-09-07 at 3.24.19 PM

As described in previous blog posts (see here and here), this community-led evaluation project explored the impacts of PLDI training for PLDI participants, PLDI sponsoring agencies and the ASO sector in British Columbia. PAN staff and a Steering Committee of PLDI stakeholders supported four peer evaluators in designing and conducting the impact evaluation, which collected data through an online survey, in-depth interviews with PLDI graduates and key stakeholders, and a focus group with PLDI trainers. The evaluation also included an analysis of the historical program evaluation data collected after each training session.

Click here to see the celebratory message that Jaydee Cossar, PAN’s PLDI Manager, shared with PLDI graduates when sending out the summary of findings from the PLDI impact evaluation. The results of the PLDI impact evaluation can be found on this webpage, which includes links to a final report for the Public Health Agency of Canada, a two-page summary of findings, a conference presentation, and training resources developed during and as a result of the PLDI impact evaluation.

If you have questions or comments about the PLDI impact evaluation, please contact Heather Holroyd, PAN’s CBR and Evaluation Coordinator, at heather@pacificaidsnetwork.org.

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