Adapting the Collective Impact Model and Evaluation Approach to Statewide and Regional Initiatives
Date & Time
Tuesday, April 27, 2021, 2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Junious Williams Jamie Fuega Ifeoma Udoh Luis Ulerio

What does it really mean to develop and implement a "shared measurement system"? This session provides two examples of large-scale HIV/AIDS initiatives to address this often-challenging CI condition. One example will focus on a statewide initiative to support housing access to people living with HIV; the second will center on a multi-state initiative in the US South to address scale up of HIV services. Participants will learn about the nuts and bolts of engaging partners in the need for a shared system; the capacity and learning growth needed to work across multiple partners; and our examples of both routine and complex systems development. We will provide examples of multi partner/multi-level data collection and analysis to support shared measurement and encourage a culture of data use for program improvement.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. To provide perspective on the importance of early, mid-point, and outcome-based evaluation as part of Collective Impact shared measurement systems
  2. Share and provide concrete examples and experiences of equity centered health collaboratives addressing HIV in their stages of developing "shared measurement systems"
  3. To provide experiences and examples of evaluation data use for program decision making in CI collaboratives
Session Type
Concurrent How To Session
Data and Continuous Learning
Health & Nutrition