At this roundtable discussion, Hila Bernstein from the Cambridge Public Health Department will facilitate a conversation about IRBs, how to determine whether your work needs IRB review, and best practices for working with IRB staff to navigate the process.
Please bring questions and experiences to discuss!
This roundtable will be hosted in Boston's financial district, easily walkable from South Station and State Street T stops. The exact address will be sent to registrants the week of the event.
Join us on November 4th at Clerys for our annual business meeting! We will discuss committee elections, membership, and key GBEN initiatives.
It is also a great networking opportunity to meet other evaluators in the area!
Agenda for the evening:
Appetizers will be provided.
For those attending AEA 2019 in Minneapolis, GBEN will have its annual local affiliate meetup on Thursday evening. RSVP to receive updates on time and location.
This meetup is open to GBEN members and non-members.
Wondering how you would conduct a multi-grantee evaluation with programs implemented in vastly different ways? Join us in December as Lisa Arsenault and Kristin Mikolowsky from Health Resources in Action (HRiA) present on how they have done just that. During their presentation, they will go through the background, planning, implementation, and analysis of how they did this multi-grantee evaluation using the project Health Starts at Home, which is a multi-sector housing initiative funded by The Boston Foundation. They will also discuss lessons learned throughout this project.
Zoom conferencing will be available. Link will be included closer to the presentation date.
Coffee will be provided. This roundtable is open to GBEN members only. For information on how to become a member, check out the Join Us page on the website. If you are new to GBEN, everyone gets to attend their first roundtable free to try it out!
Greater Boston Evaluation Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.