FHI 360’s Research and Evaluation Strategic Initiative team is pleased to report that we have already published 15 posts in FHI 360’s newest blog, R&E Search for Evidence, since its launch in February. The R&E Search for Evidence blog features posts that engage readers with discussions of innovative methodologies, evidence reviews and analyses of recent journal publications. We focus on delivering in-depth coverage of research and evaluation methods and findings to better address the world’s most complex human development challenges.
Stay tuned for what’s to come on “R&E Search for Evidence” in future weeks. Weekly blog posts will continue to feature the analysis of FHI 360 thought leaders to promote a culture of generating and using evidence for making development solutions a reality. Upcoming posts will explore the evaluation of quality improvement programming, additional guidance on sampling, promising evidence on integrated development and much more!
Listed below are a few of our favorite posts from the blog so far:
By Annette N. Brown: This blog post explores designing experiments and their evaluations so they give researchers answers, even from null results.
By Allison Burns: Goldilocks had it easy! Tips for avoiding the predators and finding the journal that is just right for publishing your research.
By Greg Guest: This post explains sampling terminology and describes the most common sampling approaches with emoji-themed graphics.
By Timothy Mastro: PEPFAR is a remarkable success story built on effective use of data. Is it time to change the “Emergency” in PEPFAR to “Epidemiologic”?
By Felix Fernandez and Eleanor Wang: To gear up for FHI 360’s evaluation of the Pennsylvania State Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), we designed a three-pronged approach to handle sample attrition.