Join other health justice practitioners and the Health Justice Australia research team for an online conversation about the challenges and opportunities in evaluating health justice partnership.
Bring your knowledge and experience, and connect with others who are grappling with questions about evaluation, such as:
- How do you talk about the challenges of health justice partnership when
- reporting to funders and other decision-makers?
- How do you record data that existing systems aren’t set up for?
- How do evaluations differ across services and what can we learn from
- each other?
We’ll be encouraging registrants to submit any particular questions they have before the event to help guide the conversation on the day.
Bring your knowledge, your experience and your questions, and connect with others grappling with the same.
Questions? Contact Lottie.Turner@healthjustice.org.au
HJP Conversations is an online, group-based technical assistance program for practitioners working or volunteering on the health justice landscape. During the sessions, practitioners will have the opportunity to hear from Health Justice Australia staff, other experts and health justice practitioner peers on a range of topics associated with health justice partnership.
The program is a forum for connection, questions and discussion. Participation is open to anyone working or volunteering on the health justice landscape, however, participants must register. Each session will be capped at 10. Content experts and facilitators rotate depending on the topic. Each session runs for 1 hour. Themes from the discussion will be recorded by Health Justice Australia and used to inform future resources and tools, as well as research priorities and opportunities for policy advocacy.